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Business Intelligence Analyst

Posted on11/8/2017
Job typeFull-time
Reports toDean of Institutional Research
Reports in officeInstitutional Effectiveness
Application due date11/30/17
Job start dateASAP
CityRandolph
State/ProvinceNew Jersey
InstitutionCounty College of Morris
Institution descriptionCounty College of Morris is a comprehensive community college, located on 218 acres of rolling hills in scenic Randolph, NJ,approximately 45 minutes west of NYC. CCM offers a wide variety of degrees and certificate programs.
Job dutiesThe primary role of the Business Intelligence Analyst (BIA) is to investigate, design, plan, conduct, and effectively communicate findings and insights from the thoughtful analysis of large and/or complex databases of information for the purposes of informing decision making and ensuring accurate and meaningful data reporting. Additionally, this position also serves as the primary contact for providing institutional data to the state and federal government and accreditation agencies. The BIA is responsible for Creating and simplifying data flows, data models, designing charts, graphs and dashboards that provide clear, accessible information. Specifically, the BIA is responsible for providing database system support suitable for applied statistical analyses using SPSS, excel, or R, that contributes to the production and efficiency of institutional research and analysis by the development of online data delivery tools (Tableau, SSRS, Amazon) and resources across various database management systems using Colleague, MySQL and SQL Server. The BIA collaborates with key internal peers specifically those in IS (e.g. programmer/analysts), and internal users of CCM data to understand institutional needs, ensuring that BI solutions are a fit to the evolving needs of the college. Participate and contribute in data warehouse architecture design.
Plays critical role in supporting the leadership for strategic planning and institutional improvement.
QualificationsBachelor's degree (master's preferred) in social science, math, statistics, computer science or related field. Coursework in statistics.

Experience with information systems (e.g., Colleague), database management, institutional research, and assessment in higher education preferred.
Experience with qualitative and quantitative research methodology and the scientific method approach is also preferred.
Ethical behavior and integrity
Commitment to quality service, responsible stewardship, continuous improvement
Agility/adaptability/tolerance for ambiguity
Accountability/personal responsibility
Salary range$40,000 - $60,000
Salary benefitsSalary minimum:$54,265

CCM offers a generous benefits package including health, dental, pension & tuition assistance.
Application procedureTo learn more and to apply please visit our website.