Information Systems/Business Analyst III

Location
USC Columbia
Posted
Sep 21, 2017
Administrative Jobs
Academic Affairs
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Internal Title: Senior Business Analyst

Posting Number: STA00321PO17

College/Division: Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support

Department: Undergraduate Admissions

Advertised Salary Range: $48,622 - $74,000

Part/Full-time: Full Time

Job Search Category: Information Technology

Advertised Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Associate Director for Strategic Technology Initiatives, the Senior Business Analyst is responsible for managing, troubleshooting, maintaining, and testing data integrations and upgrades for/between USC's student information system (Ellucian Banner) and other databases. This position also assists with reporting activities in Undergraduate Admissions. S/he ensures the consistency and accuracy of data elements affected by all data bridges and writes reports used to verify integrity of data residing in Banner. The Senior Business Analyst will assist with researching industry best practices regarding use and application of technology within a large, high-volume admissions operation. S/he will use such knowledge to guide and automate business processes within Banner. This position also shares responsibility for creating, managing, and producing reports for internal and external constituents. This position supervises one full-time Applications Analyst whom s/he will train to assist with data analysis, reporting, and database testing and integration tasks. Additionally, the Senior Business Analyst works closely with the Assistant Director for Student Information Systems on data security, system access, and system upgrades. S/he will contribute to departmental team activities; limited involvement with recruitment activities such as on/off campus recruitment events is required.

Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Bachelor's degree in Information Technology Systems or related field and 2 years systems related experience; or equivalency.

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