In this role, you will provide the necessary data to support sophisticated decision and analysis to facilitate objective decision-making related to market share, financial implications and strategic priorities for Upstate.
The individual in this position is responsible for the global architecture, production support, administration, maintenance, upgrades, development and configuration of Business Intelligence Reporting applications and analytics.
The Data Analyst is responsible for performing many of the standard tasks within Data Management (DM), including routine data and image file deliveries, analysis result forms, and first level support for electronic data transfer by Imaging Sites.
In this role, you will perform as a prgram-level subject matter expert (SME) by providing solutions and customizing Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E), Intelink, and content management tools for the US Air Force and Joint and Multi-Agency Programs across DoD organizations and Weapon Systems.
In this role, you will proactively ensure service continuity and improvement through the review of partner improvement plans, the use of Problem Management, quality tools, and report on your activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will support or lead activities relating to end user training, production implementation, transfer of responsibilities to operations, and on-going support of the business intelligence components and solutions .
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for providing maintenance, enhancements and additional functionality to support the Frontier sales organizations of the IBM Sterling 9.2 Commercial Ordering application.
The Provider Data Analysts develop and maintain standards for database integrity and quality assurance, coordinate corrective activities to clean database and retain users, and manage communication processes with other departments regarding database improvements.
In this role, you will promote transparency by creating a knowledge environment, minimize the growth of tacit knowledge, and provide a culture of exposed knowledge sharing to support the AFRL's missions across active programs.