IT Business Analyst

Company Name:
Sysazzle Inc
Research data questions/issues - recommend enhancements to data acquisition/movement process to improve data accuracy
Recommend / refine information about the data; define rules to evaluate data quality
Understand, capture, and oversee business rules applied to data / information
Monitor/understand/report data quality levels; proactively recommend action(s)
Provide ad hoc data subsets to meet critical business needs
Align to standards and best practices; document as required
Working knowledge of SPSS Stats required; R Project statistical tool and or SPSS Modeler desirable
Applied experience with descriptive & inferential analysis
Working knowledge of data visualization and storytelling concepts (Tableau)
Commitment to values of Service Excellence, Integrity, Team, Continuous Improvement, Accountability, Fulfillment and Fun with ability to demonstrate those positively and proactively to patients, teammates, management, physicians, and/or vendors (Village Service Partners) in everyday performance and interactions
Self starter with positive attitude and drive
Effective communicator with solid negotiation skills
Experienced with Data Warehouse concepts, capabilities, and limitations
Experienced with data analysis; specifically, using proven scientific approaches (SDLC, SAP, CRISP-DM)
Ability to design complex queries within various query tools; solid knowledge of PL/SQL, MS SQL required
Knowledge of relational/dimensional databases - specifically warehousing and business intelligence
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite of Products
Applied experience performing descriptive and inferential analysis
Ability to design
aids and to teach descriptive and inferential statistical methods
Education:Completed Master's Degree or one of the following levels of experience with a completed Bachelor's Degree:
Minimum 3-5 years of Data Analyst Experience
Minimum 3-5 years of Business Intelligence Experience
Minimum 3-5 years of Data Warehouse Experience
Minimum 2-3 years of Statistical Analysis Experience

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