Business Intelligence and Data Analyst
This employee serves as the primary manager, developer, analyzer, and coordinator in constructing, maintaining, and delivering data from the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis (OIRA) data warehouse and analytic tools. This employee creates a full range of complex analytical and programming activities; analyzes complex data; determines the priorities of warehousing tasks and communicates priorities to OIRA staff; runs and debugs SAS programs; creates data sets and documentation, develops and maintains SAS data libraries; certifies the validity and reliability of data uploaded, stored and reported in and from the data warehouse; ensures data processes and tools are in place to support data warehouse, analytic tools and the integrity of data; maintains, establishes, documents and implements the appropriate security for the data warehouse; cleans, migrates, synchronizes, and replicates data in a data warehouse; develops and maintains user’s data definitions and security settings; creates and oversees all data visualization activities; maintains and updates analytics on OIRA’s servers; creates a data flow chart to address data integration processes; uses SAS, SPSS, R, or Stata for data analysis and/or other statistical software packages; works with array of business intelligence applications.
- Four or more years of progressively more responsible experience
- Thorough understanding of data warehousing concepts/frameworks
- Proven ability to analyze and manage large complex data sets
- Ability to utilize a diversity of software packages, applications, and automated systems for collecting and managing data
- Experience with data visualization (Tableau, SAS Visual Analytics) and/or other visual analytics tools and creating dashboards
- Excellent SAS programming and analysis skills
- Experience working with student data within a higher education setting
- Experience with Power Query, Power Pivot, SQL, or Power BI is a plus
- Experience with enterprise data management systems such as Banner/People Soft and reporting tools, such as Argos and/or Webfocus
- Experience with statistical software packages such as SPSS, SAS, and/or R
- Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills; ability to work and contribute in a team working environment
North Carolina Central University, with a strong tradition of teaching, research, and service, prepares students to become global leaders and practitioners who transform communities. Through a nationally recognized law school, and highly acclaimed and innovative programs in the visual and performing arts, sciences, business, humanities, and education programs, NCCU students are engaged problem solvers. Located in the Research Triangle, the University advances research in the biotechnological, biomedical, informational, computational, behavioral, social, and health sciences. Our students enhance the quality of life of citizens and the economic development of North Carolina, the nation, and the world
North Carolina Central University, through the State of North Carolina, offers an array of comprehensive and competitive benefits options. The Benefits and HR Services department in the Office of Human Resources is accountable for the design, delivery, and administration of valuable benefits and resources while providing optimum customer service, engaging communications, and program information and education to ensure our employees are well-informed in their benefits decision-making.
Application Due Date: 2022-09-02
Job Start Date: 2022-10-03
Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience.
Institution: North Carolina Central University
Reports To: Director of Institutional Studies
Staff # Reporting to Position: 0
Reports In Office: Institutional Research and Analysis
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