Business Affairs: Financial Management Services (FMS)
Business Intelligence Engineer 3
Job Family: Information Technology Services
Job Series: Business Intelligence Engineer
Job Code: 4778
Note: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description
**This is a 2-year fixed term position**
The BI Engineer is a key member of the Information Delivery, Management and Architecture (IDMA) team and is responsible for driving Business Intelligence (BI) projects that support and complement the Evolve Financial Reporting (EFR) program. This position plays a critical role in analysis, solution design and implementation of the BI reporting projects with responsibility for the dashboard/reporting interface and logical data design. The BI Engineer interfaces with a broad set of stakeholders from across central and distributed business functions and IT departments.
Responsible for performing difficult or complex analysis, design and solution implementations involving multi-project leadership and broad responsibility in support of new and existing Business Intelligence(BI) and other projects.
Duties, Responsibilities and Role:
Lead organization-wide complex data integration and business intelligence initiatives; ensure initiatives directly support the organizational mission and are delivered on schedule.
Collaborate closely with Project Manager/Technical Manager on overall BI architecture, roadmap and implementation.
Supervise/Lead professional staff, as necessary, working on all phases of BI application development process.
Overall solution architect and responsible as SME and Technical lead for projects as assigned.
Provide leadership in performing data integrity and ETL coding utilizing structured programming techniques and tools; provide thorough internal documentation.
Coordinate the development and enrichment of financial data assuring reporting system development builds upon the existing data foundation
Ensure the understanding of alignment across business architecture and technical strategies and vision to project participants.
Convey problems, solutions, updates and project status to peers, and management.
Plan, mentor, coordinate, monitor and review the work of other staff during all phases of a project.
Monitor emerging BI technologies and provide recommendations to senior management with new and innovative ways of BI implementation that helps business community.
Facilitate working sessions with central and distributed end users and management to identify and document current financial information flows, reporting systems, base/user populations, and current and planned initiatives impacting reporting.
Provide analysis and recommendations regarding data management and the design of dashboard and reports.
Identify risks to scope, schedule or budget as they arise; work to mitigate risks.
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