Health Information Systems Specialist

Department/Program: Health and Human Services


This full time position is responsible for providing education and support to employees on computer software systems, including but not limited to Epic, Dentrix, etc. and plays a critical role in acclimating new employees, introducing process changes to existing employees, developing and administering competency tests and conducting performance audits to identify and address focused optimization needs; responsible to build relationships with all physician office personnel with the assigned regions as optimization needs dictate; will collaborate with SuperUsers in order to understand office workflows, processes and policies.


Associates degree in Nursing, Health Care, Business Administration, Computer Science, Education or other closely related field required.  Successful completion of the appropriate Epic Proficiency course within time limits dictated by Epic, to be completed within first six months of start date.  Must maintain Epic Proficiency status over time.  Valid MI. driver’s license (in compliance with HIC insurance carrier) and dependable transportation required.  CPR certified or ability to become CPR certified within 6 months of hire. Expertise in EPIC system. Three years of experience in the health care industry and/or delivering education and training.  Experience developing adult education curriculum and teaching plans preferred.

Wage: Negotiable

Deadline: 1/19/2022

To Apply:

Submit completed “Application for Employment” to the Human Resources Department within the Tribal Administration building. Applications can be downloaded by visiting Mail original with copy of degree and license to Hannahville Indian Community Human Resources, N14911 Hannahville B-1 Road, Wilson, MI 49896, postmarked by deadline. Please no faxes. If application currently on file, and over 60-day limit, a new application must be submitted.  Call Human Resources with any questions at 906-466-2932.

Preference given to qualified Tribal members in accordance with Hannahville Indian Community Tribal Preference Ordinance Title IV – Chapter 3.