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IT Business Analyst in Bowling Green, KY

Camping World

Bowling Green, KY 42101
7w ago


$80K - $100K*


Business Analysis


5 - 7 years

Job Description


As we build our new "One Customer Model" featuring MDM and Data Lake, we seek additional staff to monitor and cleanse customer data. Our Business Analyst / Data Steward will lead retail operational business and data-request review sessions in collaboration with the business and application teams across the organization. You'll act as steward of customer data defining customer identification business rules & best practices and ensuring compliance with new customer data handling laws. Reports to the Manager Enterprise Data.

  • Document and steward business data requirements.
  • Gather data request requirements based on data regulation & privacy standards such as CCPA.
  • Analyze personally identifiable information data by customer via website.
  • Analyze and document master data management customer data business rules requirements.
  • Review and analyze data requests from SQL Server databases, Oracle EBS databases, ID
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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Camping World

Camping World is an American corporation specializing in selling parts and service for recreational vehicles and supplies for camping. The company has its headquarters in Lincolnshire, Illinois. In October 2016 it became a publicly traded company when it raised $251 million in an IPO. Camping World operates 120 retail/service locations in 36 states, and also sells goods through mail order and online. It claims to be the worlds largest supplier of RV parts and supplies. The company is also the title sponsor for the NASCAR Camping World East Series, NASCAR Camping World West Series, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Recently, it has become the title sponsor of the Camping World Stadium, home of the Orlando City soccer team. Camping World began in 1966 with a small store in Beech Bend Park, an amusement park outside of Bowling Green which billed its campground as the worlds largest. Campers at the park were requesting a store where they could buy supplies, so David Garvin—son of the parks owner—took out a loan and opened the store. Garvin amassed a large customer list as the years went by, which proved to be a windfall later when he added a mail-order division to the company. That division thrived, fueling the companys growth for years to come. In 1997, Garvin sold the company to the current owners, Good Sam Enterprises (formerly Affinity Group), of Ventura, California.
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