Department Name: H3997:EVPHA Information Technology
UK Healthcare Information Technology Services has posted the Enterprise Data Specialist role. This Role is a critical role in the transformational change at UK Healthcare to enable analytics and business intelligence to function as core infrastructure in support of the strategy: data as a strategic asset. The Enterprise Data Specialist participates as a resource in the analytics structure and data warehousing functions of the University of Kentucky Healthcare. This role serves as the subject matter expert in data analysis, data modeling, data exploration and data visualization and in the sources, business rules and availability of data for analysis. The role keeps abreast of the rapidly changing industry requirements and facilitates the maturation of UK Healthcare in the use of data for strategic initiatives within the Cardiovascular Service Line. The Data Specialist is responsible for maintenance and enhancement of analytical data products, and will provide analytical application guidance and data analysis to business analysts and end users.
Qualified candidates must have demonstrated experience in decision support, data analysis methodologies such as statistical analysis and/or data modeling and data exploration and visualization. This individual must have knowledge of project management methodologies and practices as well as strong leadership and financial management skills. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of Analytics, Business Intelligence and Reporting tools such as Tableau, Qlik, SSRS, etc. as well as an understanding of analysis of structured and unstructured data and of relational databases such as Microsoft SQL. Must be a customer focused and possess strong facilitation, presentation, conflict management, and problem solving and communications skills.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Master’s preferred IT, Data, Math, Finance, HealthCare, Business or related field.
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