Job Posting: Job Summary: The position holder works closely with the Business Operations team members and other appropriate staff to specify, design, develop, test, and maintain databases for the department. In addition, the Sr. Analytics Database Specialist collaborates in a similar capacity with other analysts and SAS programmers in the Department. The position also acts as the department liaison with the network operating system and database administration teams in the EIS Division.
B.S. or M.S. degree in computer programming or extensive course work in Oracle programming Experience:
Minimum of 10 years of relational database programming experience such as Oracle, PL/SQL, SQL, MS Access and SAS.
Programming experience within acute care setting with knowledge of healthcare financial and clinical data
Working experience in basic server administration functions within Windows, Linux or Unix environment and database administration tasks
Knowledge in business intelligence tools such as Business Objects, Crystal, Toad, Brio, and Cognos preferred
Strong problem-solving skills and persistence to solve difficult problems
Must possess solid oral and written communication skills for working effectively on cross functional tea Physical Requirements (physical abilities essential to perform the job): Normal physical requirements for routine administrative responsibilities carried out at a desk. Work Environment (work environments, hazards and exposures the employee may encounter on the job): Close contact with LCD computer screens for prolonged periods, routine office environment with prolonged sittin
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