Entry Level Information Analyst
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The Information Analyst provides enterprise and project-level information analysis support that produces consistent, accurate, and complete information requirements that enhances the analytic and reporting lifecycle throughout the enterprise. In support of the analytic and reporting lifecycle, this position will create data definitions that follow established standards and guidelines, develop and manage the logical and physical views of data that are consistent with the business objectives, and provide consulting on new developments within the business intelligence space.
The Information Analyst Consultant II provides a moderate level of expertise in a focused area of the business. The Information Analyst Consultant II will work, under supervision, on medium to high complexity projects for a specific business unit(s) to advance their use of data and analytics. Through analysis, both independently and with some guidance, the Information Analyst Consultant II assists in defining, developing and implementing data and business intelligence solutions for a specific area of a business AoR.
- Provides business knowledge and support for resolving technology issues in their focused area of the business
- Analyzes and translates business, data, functional, and user requirements and/or business rules into analytic and reporting requirements, data models and metadata deliverables
- Produces consistent, accurate and complete data requirements and definitions
- Participates in information gathering sessions
- Constructs and executes simple to moderate SQL queries and review data profiling results to discover semantics, patterns and value domains of data under analysis for projects of low to moderate complexity
- Performs simple data analysis to determine, document and communicate existing data relationships, profiles and quality levels; uncover anomalies and variances in data content from expected results
- Updates and maintains simple logical (conceptual, relational, subject-level and dimensional) data models and other metadata deliverables at multiple levels of detail and functionality for a specific business subject area
- Participates in inspection sessions to validate that modeled data and related metadata deliverables match and satisfy business data requirements
- Participates in reviews of physical data model and related technical detail with database administrators and technical developers as part of a single project’s development life cycle
- Understands and applies the corporate metadata development tools and processes
- Assists with project initiation, planning and estimation for new projects for a specific area of a business AoR
- Assists in the development of an approach to data management for a specific unit(s) of a business AoR
- Demonstrates knowledge of tools and processes required to drive data management
- Contributes to the creation of technical requirements through analyzing business and functional requirements
- Basic SQL skills
- College Degree with EIS or MIS classes or prior experience
- Prior experience in database modeling classes, MIS or EIS, system support, analytics, statistics
- 2-4 years experience
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
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