EIIA is currently seeking a Business and Data Analyst to perform the design of information in the EDW, the EWS, the enterprise integration platform (EIP), and the BI platform. The analyst’s responsibilities include gathering and documenting requirements, developing conceptual data models, producing data linkage specifications, and prototyping data structure and analytics to meet various business requirements.
The business and data analyst is a data management professional experienced in business and data analysis, data profiling, data integration and design, information delivery and customer experience delivery. The position requires depth of knowledge and skills in enterprise data management methods, relational and dimensional data modeling, source-to-target mapping, and data modeling tools. The incumbent will possess the full range of knowledge and experience in data warehouse development life-cycle and its processes. The incumbent should be familiar with agile project management method and be able to effectively perform needed role in the agile process.
To be successful, the analyst will need to exhibit excellent qualities in attention to detail, analytical acumen, facilitating and communication, collaboration with stakeholders and partners, and competing priority management. The analyst needs to have top communication skills at inter-personal level, and in presentation to large group.
The emphasis and focus of this position is on the “global view” of UW institutional data, the supporting data architecture and blue-prints for this big-picture view, and the task to translate big-picture view into detailed implementation. The position is cross-cutting, requiring coordination and liaison to internal team roles as well as external groups to ensure broad data integration and business value for UW.
The analyst is expected to collaborate easily and effectively with other data managment and design team members, in particular Information Architects & Data Modelers, other Business Data Analysts (BAs) and members of the data integration teams. This position will also be outward facing to UW campus administrative and academic units for the assessment of critical information needs and for the promotion of standards and best practices in data design and modeling.