BH 23208 - Metrics Reporting Analyst

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
Metrics Team is seeking an experienced data management and analytics professional to serve as a Metrics Reporting & Data Analyst. The candidate will play a key role ensuring the availability of required data elements in a centralized data repository in support of daily reporting and development of CoB Program metrics, including operational performance and risk indicators.
o Manage data and reporting for the functional area of Metrics and Analytics
o Analyze, evaluate and track metrics such as KPIs, KRIs to measure performance and continuity risk across multiple operational dimensions (business functions, staff, facilities, applications, databases, technology infrastructure-data centers and technology rooms, suppliers/vendors and outsourced service providers)
o Evaluate risk and make recommendations based on data analyzed
o Understand how the Metrics and Analytics function integrates within the overall organization to contribute to achieving business objectives
o Execute daily loads of multiple data files to the Organization's SQL Database
Technical Skills and Experience
o 3+ years of experience in a similar Metrics & Reporting role
o Continuity of Business (COB) experience a plus
o Skills in technologies such as SQL Server, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, VBA Scripting & Excel is required
o Good understanding of data models and querying databases (SQL server)
o Creating Business Intelligence Reporting is required
o Data analysis experience is required
o Experience with Data Marts - Both Star and Snow-flake Designs
Non-Technical Skills
o Interacting with business users as needed
o Managing and reporting the project deliverables
o Analytical and "quick thinker" - demonstrated ability to quickly respond and perform within a fast-paced and changing environment with little supervision
o Self-motivated and able to take the initiative to resolve technical issues

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