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Programmer/Analyst (ID: 109228) for Summer 2023


Office of Mental Health

44 Holland Avenue
Albany , NY 12203
E-Mail: anthony.califano@omh.ny.gov
Phone: (518) 461-3705

Division/Unit: Chief Medical Information Officer


Web Site: http://omh.ny.gov/(New Window)


School Affiliation

SUNY Albany

Proposal Information


As part of the Technical Services unit in the Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer, interns will participate in the design and writing of data management solutions, creating organized reports, and analyzing relational database structures. Candidates are expected to work in a team environment, present findings to managers in group meetings, and provide end-user support as necessary.

The internship is ideal for someone who'd like to develop real-world experience by working on real projects. You'll have the opportunity to gain practical experience with a variety of tools. The ideal candidate is completing a graduate or undergraduate program in computer science or related technical degree and is eager to get a head-start by participating in the development of real-life technical solutions. This opportunity is intended for an individual who is particularly interested in developing a rather broad range of skills and experience.

Knowledge you'll need for this internship: Object-Oriented Programming Languages, Relational Databases, Logical Flow Models, Excellent Written and Oral Communication and Expertise in Excel.

Knowledge you'll learn in this internship: Python, SQL, Power Automate, Tableau, and more.



Data Analysis

Programming Fundamentals

Software Development Lifecycle Knowledge

Relational Database Knowledge

Written and Oral Communication


Internship Areas: Health Services, Information Technology, Planning/Analysis/Research, Public Policy

Logistical Information

Payment? Paid

Number of Hours: 20 - 30

Location: Albany

Number of Interns Needed: 1

Desired Candidate Profile

Preferred Standing Graduate Student

Minimum Standing: Sophomore

Degree Concentrations: Business Administration, Health Services, Information Technology, Mathematics, Public Administration, Public Health