The BI Analyst is responsible for providing high-level expertise in the design of reporting solutions, structuring of data for analytics, database usage, and data analysis techniques. Specifically within AAD, this role includes the design and building of technical processes to address business issues, the delivery of reports and insights that analyze key business functions and generate performance metrics.
As such, the incumbent must possess, or develop, a deep understanding of the Division's core business practices, its data ecosystem, and information flow. This position contributes thought-leadership in the translation of data into information and ultimately insights in support of strategic decisions around fundraising and alumni engagement.
The successful candidate will play a collaborative role within the Division, serving on committees, task forces and cross-functional project teams and thus must be an effective builder of stakeholder relationships, representing technical subject matter expertise in relatable, lay terms to non-technical audiences.
Bachelor's degree and 3 to 5 years of related experience with information systems, data architecture and/or report development.
Working knowledge of relational databases and proficiency in SQL.
High-level desktop computing skills and experience with standard business software such as Microsoft Office suite.
Experience in the development and implementation of standards, procedures and guidelines to support business processes.
Demonstrated ability with enterprise applications and database driven applications.
Basic experience with project management frameworks and principles; ability to guide projects to completion, effectively incorporating stakeholder participation and feedback.
Ability to understand and interpret Division's processes and data needs, utilizing strong stakeholder relationship skills, consensus building skills, and ability to establish effective working relationships in a diverse environment.
Strong communication skills - oral and written. Must be able to communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences.
Ability to maintain confidentiality around sensitive information, exercise sound judgement and ethical behavior.
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and deadlines requested by a diverse group of clients with emphasis on a high level of customer service.
Degree in science, technology, statistics, mathematics or computer/information science and systems, business or equivalent.
Experience with Oracle products and services, Tableau a plus.
-Typically lifts less than 10 lbs
-Limited exposure to hazards
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