DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: The work involves creation and maintenance of the enterprise data repositories for administrative applications. Specific tasks involve Enterprise data analysis for strategic decision-making, creation of institution business intelligence tools, support enterprise reporting efforts/data repositories, lead data governance efforts, and ERP Implementation. Work is performed under the supervision of the Executive Director of ERP or CIO designee. Supervision is exercised over applicable staff. Does related work as required.
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:
Lead data analyzation, business intelligence, and analytics to support institution;
Lead efforts to build enterprise data repositories, which collect information from internal and external applications. Create associated data marts/data warehouses as needed to support enterprise data architecture;
Defines and build strategy to store and report on historical information from the legacy administrative applications;
Lead enterprise reporting strategy/efforts. Includes data visualization tools and dashboards used by management and the institution;
Lead data governance effort for the institution to establish data standards, ownership, and processes;
Partner with business areas and defining reporting and analysis requirements;
Assist ERP implementation;
Assist data mapping efforts for administrative applications;
Assist testing procedures for an administrative application implementation;
Assists with business process analysis;
Responsible for learning new business area and may be embedded in that area. Requires strong interpersonal skills to work with various areas and levels of the institution;
Develop online project and user documentation;
Develop Help Desk knowledgebase for FAQ and assist with training material;
Develop change management strategies to accomplish above tasks.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Candidates must be able to:
Demonstrate a track record of data analysis and support for business intelligence tools;
Demonstrate a strong critical thinking;
Familiar with SQL Server or another Relational Database. Object Oriented Databases would be a plus;
Familiar with reporting and data visualization tools;
Familiar with Data Mart and Data Warehouse design strategies;
Utilize prior ERP implementation experience;
Utilize prior change management experience;
Demonstrate awareness and sensitivity towards promoting an inclusive and diverse learning environment;
Ability to handle multiple project priorities;
Good knowledge of educational administrative systems and procedures;
Ability to train others effectively;
Good professional judgment;
Initiative and resourcefulness;
Physically capable of performing the functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation;
Demonstrate having worked with at least one (1) or two (2) ERP implementations or Administrative System implementations, which involved multiple areas of an organization and 3rdparty consulting.
Bachelor's degree and four (4) years' experience in information technology, computer science, mathematics, or related fields or equivalent experience.
Two (2) years of experience as a data analyst.
Worked on at least one (1) Enterprise Reporting Application Implementation;
Worked on at least one (1) ERP or Administrative System implementation;
Working experience with the Workday ERP Reporting;
Prior experience with HR, Payroll, Finance, or Student administrative applications;
Worked on at least one (1) Enterprise Reporting Application Implementation in higher education.
Special Requirements: Official transcripts will be required for successful candidates within 30 days of hire.
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