In this role, the selected candidate will create and test stored procedures and triggers with T-SQL; investigate and analyze data for various projects and report results in Excel spreadsheets or other formats.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop and test programs that transfers, combines and generates data and reports; create clinical study-specific programs transforming data to data plan specifications.
The data analyst is responsible for corporate wide reporting. This includes, but is not limited to reporting of premiums and losses at various levels of details. Position works with multiple departments through-out the company, such as finance, accounting, underwriting, and compliance, as well as with external partners, such as managing general agencies, statistical bureaus, and various state departments of insurance.
The selected candidate will propose software solutions that meet business function needs and performance requirements. Analyzes information and provides recommendations to address and resolve business and technical issues and meet performance expectations.
The selected candidate will ensure that both Reporting tools are built to meet the Access/Revenue Cycle team's specifications and the enterprise needs and serve as the primary reporting resources for all reporting components of Epic.
The role will also require interactions with business users and infrastructure support teams so the candidate must have strong communication skills, be a team player, as well as possess the ability to effectively prioritize and manage a wide variety of tasks.
In this role, the selected candidate must have an experience on complex system integration projects; experience in working with business analysts, project managers and technical architects in multiple geographical areas.