This senior position provides technical analysis, design, and development leadership within the Reporting and Data Services team (RADS) in the system office – ITS division. The RADS team manages the Minnesota State system-wide Reporting and Data Services Platform (the RADS Platform) which provides data warehousing, data modeling and transformation, data integration, operational reporting, system-wide dashboards, and business intelligence services. This position is responsible for recommending and leading the adoption, design, and development of technical solutions and services, managing projects that design and construct solutions to fulfil the requirements of business partners, and designing and developing technical solutions including relational and dimensional models, ETL processes, operational reporting, and business intelligence reporting, so that Minnesota State stakeholders of all types are provided timely, accurate, and meaningful business intelligence, reporting, and data services
Bachelor's degree in an IT, computer science or management related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Five (5) years of experience working in information technology or related area managing requirements, developing business intelligence data models, and developing business intelligence solutions.
Success working in close relationships with business partners in designing and delivering solutions that implement requirements of diverse stakeholders.
Experience with project management principles sufficient to assist in planning projects, developing work plans and goals, and monitoring project progress.
Effective written and verbal communication sufficient to ensure clear, accurate, concise and timely communications between team members and all stakeholders.
Two (2) or more years working in higher education.
Experience working with a geographically dispersed team.
Experience with Microsoft's business intelligence and reporting products.
Four (4) years of experience working in higher education managing requirements and developing business intelligence data models and solutions.
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About Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
With its 31 institutions, including 24 two-year colleges and seven state universities, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system is the largest single provider of higher education in the state of Minnesota. The colleges and universities operate 54 campuses in 47 Minnesota communities and serve about 250,000 students in credit-based courses. Overall, the system produces about 33,500 graduates each year. In addition to credit-based courses, the system offers customized training programs that serve about 153,200 employees from 6,000 Minnesota businesses each year. The law creating the system was passed by the Minnesota Legislature in 1991 and went into effect July 1, 1995. The law merged the state's community colleges, technical colleges and state universities into one system. The system is separate from the University of Minnesota.