Programmer / Analyst

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Safety Management Systems
MicroStrategy Business Intelligence Developer - Programmer/Analyst II
Required Skills
Candidate must demonstrate:
Proven ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple projects and deadlines
Ability to conduct independent research with technical staff and subject matter experts
Strong reading comprehension and active listening skills
Ability to communicate complex information easily
Ability to voice concerns and advise on possible solutions
Ability to work in a team environment
Required Experience and Education
Bachelor''s degree in Computer Science, MIS, Statistics, Engineering,or a related field
1 year of experience with MicroStrategy 9.x and above, using complex metrics, security groups, performance timing, administration, as well as project, dashboard, and report design and development
2 years of experience with BI applications and data warehousing environments
2 yearsof experience using Microsoft SQL Server for business intelligence projects
Preferred Experience
Healthcare industry
MicroStrategy mobile development
MicroStrategy Certification
.NET (C# or VB) or C-based (C, C++, Java) application development
Position Tasks
Work with the BI Architect, ETL Developers, and DBAs to analyze, design, code, test, debug, and implement complex business intelligence solutions using MicroStrategy
Gather requirements for new: reports, grids, graphs, dashboards and database objects
Conduct performance tuning to improve user experience and decrease response time
Assist report consumers in methodology and data research
Provide testing assistance on MicroStrategy upgrades, project rollouts, architecture/project/report modifications
Maintain and update skills in data warehousing, programming, and application development
Provide guidance and consulting required to maintain solutions, mentor peers, define best practices and support overall team goals and objectives
Understands and follow formal project methodologies and change control processes
Create technical documentation for all work

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