Every successful project has a strong communicator and efficient manager behind it. Someone who is responsible for coordination and reporting. The person who sets the standards and then makes sure they are met. Here that’s the Business Intel Architect. It’s a job that requires good multi-tasking skills, good listening skills and the ability to see the big picture. Think you have what it takes?
Are you able to discern and define the most important aspects of a problem and then develop a solution? Do you have experience with standard project management methodologies? Are you efficient and good at pulling the pieces together? We have some projects that need your skills.
What you will do:
Collaborate with end users and senior management to gather complex requirements from non-technical users and translate them into technical requirements documentation.
Develop, document, recommend, and communicate plans for investing in analytics software and platforms.
Document and develop in-depth knowledge of Franciscan Alliance’s existing analytics portfolio.
Lead and provide technical guidance for the design and implementation of analytical solutions.
Maintain in-depth knowledge of Franciscan Alliance's strategic business plans.
Provide architectural consulting expertise, direction, and assistance to Systems Analysts, Systems Engineers and other Systems Architects.
Work with others in IS to define technical standards and infrastructure requirements for the analytical platforms and databases.
Write queries and using reporting software
What it takes to succeed:
Prior analysis and reporting experience.
Broad based practical business experience within a business unit.
Managed care and data analysis experience.
Knowledge of financial and business management principles.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications.
Demonstrated knowledge of databases, SQL and analytical software.
User Interface Design.
Persuasive Business and Technical Writing.
Lead and coach others.
Solve problems by analyzing information and using logic to address issues and problems.
Work independently with minimal supervision.
March 17, 2020