We are looking for someone who loves all things data, loves a
challenge and is looking for a dynamic and highly rewarding
position at a nationally respected University. Is this you?
Our Ideal candidates, like you, will help Miami University to
continue to take big steps forward with our data analytic
environment that is unifying multiple successful data-driven
business intelligence and data analysis efforts across campus. This
is a chance to help guide Miami’s data-driven future.
As the Business Intelligence ETL Data Developer and a member of
our team, reporting to the Director of the Business Intelligence
Center, you will have great opportunities to grow technically and
professionally in multiple data driven disciplines.
● As an important member of our agile team you will build, create,
or improve solutions that help analysts transform data into
● Develop and deploy ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) processes and
● Work with essential players to develop custom Business
Intelligence (BI) solutions for the University.
● Lead small projects in the development and use of our BI software
tools and systems.
● Lead proactive change management efforts for BI platforms
integrated with enterprise applications.
● Bring new development ideas to existing applications and
processes, look for ways to enhance existing specifications based
on current requirements.
● Work in partnership with the university offices to optimize use
of data driven solutions, including the development of stories and
● Assist with the development of end-user training and training
materials and provide guidance and mentoring for the campus BI
● Provide documentation and support for deployed BI
Require a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information
Technology, or a related field earned by date of hire and two or
more years of relevant experience.
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