Systems Programmer/Developer II
Internal Title: Business Intelligence Developer
Posting Number: STA00037PO17
College/Division: Division of Development
Department: Development Office
Advertised Salary Range: $44,056 - $60,000
Part/Full-time: Full Time
Job Search Category: Information Technology
Advertised Job Summary: Under general supervision, reporting to the Director of Data Services, the Business Intelligence Developer is responsible to document, design, develop, test and implement complex reporting, scripts, bulk loads, extracts and other software solutions to new or existing systems according to project plans, business requirements and specifications. Works collaboratively with business users verbally and through written communications to understand and translate reporting objectives and business requirements into technical specifications, report design and code. Writes code that is traceable to business requirements, design and technical specifications. Works with the Director of Data Services to analyze and investigate complex reporting requirements and coordinates with requesters to clarify details of the reporting request. Uses SQL or MDX/DAX to develop logic for the requested reports. Designs solutions using Microsoft BI stack (SSIS, SSAS, SSRS) or Power BI to publish on central SharePoint site. Works closely with Director of Data Services, peers and Line of Business (LOB) managers to verify quality of report produced. Consults requester on report definition, collaborates on accuracy of the work performed compared to the requirements delivered. Two positions available.
Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Bachelor's degree in Information Technology Systems or related field and 3 years related experience; or equivalency. Experienced application level knowledge of capabilities, programming techniques, and intricacies of information systems. This position is required to travel overnight to conferences, work evenings and weekends.
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