Business Intelligence AnalystDepartment: Office of Academic Quality and PlanningJob Number: 15095Date Posted: 12/14/2015Status: Accepting applications
The Business Intelligence Analyst's role is to support the use of a campus-wide business intelligence/decision support system; works with members of the entire campus community to define data analytic needs and reporting requirements; designs, test and generates complex analyses, reports, dashboards, and visualizations that support decision making and planning at all levels of university functioning; extracts data from operational systems, moving it into data warehouse structures, reorganizes and structures the data for analysis purposes, and moves it into reporting structures; assures the accuracy and integrity of data; and assists in support and training with end users to maximize their ability to use the decision support system.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems or a related field. A minimum of six years of professional experience in data analysis, writing SQL for data analysis, or related experience in the higher education field. Evidence of the ability to manage multiple projects with strong interpersonal skills required. Knowledge of data Enterprise Systems, data mining and technological tools preferred. Experience working with large complex data sets and with providing complex reports using SQL or other data query tools preferred. Effective communication skills. American Sign Language skills required or a willingness to become proficient within a reasonable amount of time.
Minimum Salary: $60,900
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