UC San Diego
RMP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST
Hiring Pay Scale: $80,000.00 – $110,000.00/ Year
This position will work a hybrid schedule which is a combination of working onsite on Campus and Remote.
Under the general direction of the RMP Business Process Officer, the RMP BI Analyst works with RMP Departments to provide timely qualitative and quantitative data and trend analysis that supports the strategic planning and operational effectiveness of RMP Services.The incumbent helps RMP process owners understand and prioritize data and information requirements for operational decision-making, customer support, and compliance reporting. Creates specifications for reports and analysis based on business needs and required data elements with a focus on reporting automation solutions and training support for RMP stakeholders. Train RMP staff on tracking service level, financial metrics, assessment of RMP process performance, and effective utilization of RMP user self-serve reporting solutions. The position works with RMP data consumers to understand and prioritize data and information requirements. Develop reports based on user needs using advanced SQL queries to join various data sources using RMP systems, Activity Hubs, Tableau, and Cognos.
• Thorough knowledge of business intelligence functions, analytics, industry standards and best practices.
• Advanced knowledge of Relational Database Management Systems (RDMS) including ability to use Structured Query Language (SQL), Tableau Developer, and Cognos, or graphical user interface equivalents, to group, analyze and transform data. Ability to generate moderately complex reports and dashboards using diverse data sets.
• Thorough knowledge of relevant internal databases, BI applications and tools. Ability to produce high-quality reports and documentation.
• Thorough understanding of statistical analysis, data mining, and data visualization techniques.
• Fluency in information technologies, including high level of proficiency and understanding with data mapping, data mining and statistical software. Proven statistical and data analysis skills, including high proficiency and understanding with data mapping, data mining, and statistical software tools such as SPSS, SAS, R.
• Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills to manage complex information, assess problems, and develop and effective solutions.
• Detail oriented, with ability to manage time and organize competing priorities. Demonstrated ability to meet project and customer deadlines.
• Strong interpersonal skills for effective collaboration with a broad range of professional and technical staff. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and work with diverse populations.
• Proven ability to serve as a technical resource providing advice and counsel on business intelligence issues.
• Demonstrated skill in presenting data and providing the analytical interpretation necessary for leadership to make well-educated decisions, scope required projects, and determine appropriate solutions.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate technical information to technical and non-technical employees at various levels in the organization.
• Proven ability to stay abreast of continuous education and professional development in the areas of business intelligence, data visualization, data modeling, predictive analytics, accounting or other related areas.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to convey complex information in a clear, concise manner.
• Proven ability to develop training materials and training artifacts, deliver user training, and update content as needed
• DOJ/FBI background checks and clearances required prior to employment.
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