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Business Systems Analyst
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Shared Services
Information Warehouse
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Position summary

Business Systems Analyst (Job Opening 443720) - POSITION SUMMARY Under general supervision, formulates and defines systems scope and objectives through researches and fact-finding combined with an understanding of applicable business systems and industry requirements. With this knowledge, develops or modifies moderately complex information systems. Includes analysis of business and user needs, documenting requirements, and revising existing system logic difficulties as necessary. Provides customer support under direct supervision from experienced business systems analyst. Support includes business intelligence report and dashboard development, one-time data downloads as well as technical support of customer query tools. Provides customer support to current users by report creation, current report maintenance and custom data requests (Oracle Discoverer, Oracle OBIEE suite, SQL reports). Provides ongoing communication with customers on system status and data issues. Performs business analysis functions (e.g. Gather user requirements, business rules, and data sources for new applications, etc?). Provides customer training (e.g. Create training programs and materials, conduct all levels of customer training, schedule and maintain class schedule, etc?).

Education and experience

-A college degree in Computer Science, Management of Information Systems, or equivalent combination of education and experience -Typically has 0-4 years experience in Information Technology (preferably experience in Data Warehousing) -Ability to manage task without direct supervision -Ability and desire to learn -Extensive experience interacting with customers to gather and understand their business and technical requirements. -Minimum 1 years work experience with RDBMS (Oracle 9i and above preferred) -Excellent communication skills -Knowledge and experience with hospital systems and business practices