Business Intelligence Developer, Oracle Reporting
University of Chicago
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About the Department
The Business Intelligence Developer will work as part of a team and under specific direction to build Business Intelligence (BI) and other analytic applications, using best practice approaches and a structured project methodology; work under the guidance of a manager or technical lead to support and maintain analytic applications using a coordinated, ITIL-based support model; participate with team members to enhance analytic systems to achieve an integrated reporting and analysis environment; work with University users to effectively leverage analytic systems and tools.
- Designs, builds and maintains beautiful and functional visualizations (reports and dashboards).
- Solves complex problems and identifies opportunities for technical improvement and performance optimization of new and existing systems.
- Reviews and tests code to ensure appropriate standards are met.
- Profiles data and document objects, business rules, and caveats.
- Performs and documents data analysis, data validation, and data mapping/design.
- Partners with IT teams and business professionals to establish data-driven policies and strategies across the organization.
- Works to achieve an integrated reporting and analysis environment, effectively leveraging analytical systems and tools.
- Participates in requirements analysis.
- Engages in translating requirements into a scope document.
- Liaise with users to ensure deliverables are meeting or exceeding expectations.
- Provides break/fix support and communicates issues to users as defined by IT Services standards.
- Administers access control.
- Troubleshoots and tunes BI and analytic applications.
- Implements training and help-desk activities.
- Participates in planning, testing, and roll-out of patches and upgrades to the BI and analytic software.
- Provides support related to software installation and troubleshooting, performance monitoring, data downloads, etc.
- Participates in the development and promulgation of BI and analytic system standards and procedures.
- Works with users to ensure deliverables are meeting or exceeding expectations. Provides support and communicates issues to users as defined by IT standards.
- Plans, tests and guides roll-out of patches and upgrades to the BI and analytic software. Solves problems in the development and interpretation of BI and analytics system standards and procedures.
- Performs other related work as needed.
Education:Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
- Bachelor's degree.
- Background in business, information management, or related field.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
- Designing and building dashboards and reports deliverables using OTBI, BI Publisher and FR Studio with an Oracle Financials back end.
- Working within the ITIL framework including incident, service, problem, and change management processes and procedures.
- Advanced knowledge of OTBI, BI Publisher and FR Studio.
- Familiar with Tableau and Business Objects.
- Working knowledge coding with SQL to profile data and troubleshoot.
- Knowledge of higher education administrative systems, data, and business processes.
- Understanding of project management methodology.
- Application development skills primarily focused on BI tools but are not limited to OTBI, BI Publisher and FR Studio.
- Expertise using both formal software lifecycle development and project management.
- Develop applications (e.g., requirements gathering and analysis, framework, deliverable development, testing, etc.).
- Strong skills with Microsoft Office including Excel.
- Analytic mindset to synthesize technical, functional, and user inputs, and problem-solve.
- Good sense of design.
- Good written and oral communication skills to support users.
- Driven to provide an excellent customer service experience.
- Strong sense of accountability for completing work within defined scope and timeline and within project management.
- Multi-task effectively.
- High attention to detail and accuracy.
- Commitment to working in a collaborative team environment.
- Hybrid work schedule.
- Resume/CV (required)
- Cover Letter (required)
When applying, the document(s) MUST be uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Application Documents of the application.
Scheduled Weekly Hours
Drug Test Required
Health Screen Required
Motor Vehicle Record Inquiry Required
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