Develop Business Intelligence (BI) and other analytical applications. Â
Leverage analytical systems and tools to achieve an integrated reporting and analysis environment. Â
Plans and executes requirements analysis, translating requirements into a scope document and developing reporting deliverables based on the design. Â
Works with users to ensure deliverables are meeting expectations. Â
Participates in planning, testing and roll out of patches and upgrades to BI and analytic software. Â
Technical Environment: Implementing ETL with data from multiple systems; writing SQL queries and designing reports; VBA macros; data warehousing; data modeling; SSAS; SSRS; SSIS; Power BI; MDX; Tableau EPIC/healthcare BI.Â
Education, Experience, or Certifications: Â
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related field required.
Three years of experience in BI programming
Two yearsâ™ experience with: data warehousing; data modeling; SSAS; SSRS; SSIS; PowerBI; MDX requiredÂ
Experience implementing ETL with data from multiple systems; writing SQL queries and designing reports; VBA Macros; Healthcare BI requiredÂ
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