Business Intelligence Analyst

Company Name:
Anne Arundel Medical Center
Position Objective
This position is a client facing role working closely with customers to understand, define, and produce reporting requirements including prototypes. Once requirements are defined and approved, the position is responsible for analyzing data and developing analytic reporting/data submission solutions. These solutions are utilized for in-depth evaluation and support of business decisions and processes.
Essential Functions
? Assist end users with the use of the Data Warehouse. Communicate appropriately with end users to understand their needs. Proceed with appropriate actions that include requirements documentation, design and use.
? Perform data investigation, extraction and reporting using advanced SQL through a variety of reporting tools, including raw SQL queries and reporting tools such as SQL Server Reporting Services, Epic Reporting Workbench, Crystal and QlikView.
? Investigate complex table structures to identify data relationships and the location of required data, and validate accuracy of the results.
? Utilize advanced analytics and technologies transforming raw data into information with appropriate business context and opportunities. This includes advanced ETL, data modeling, and planning for effective information delivery methods including ad-hoc, standard reports, dashboards, scorecards, and data visualizations.
? Responsible for planning, installation, setup, configuration, monitoring, and maintenance of servers that make up the data warehouse and other RDBMS Systems as assigned.
? Develop SQL stored procedures, scripts and other administration utilities and install SQL Server upgrades and patches when necessary.
4-year degree in Business Management or Information Systems or equivalent in work experience. Must have 3+ years in database management, development, design and report development. Must be familiar with T-SQL, SSIS and SSRS. Experience with Epic Clarity 2012, Crystal Reports and QlikView preferred.

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