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If you are a dynamic and motivated individual who embraces IT change and challenges as opportunities, and wants to lead, collaborate and influence in your next role, then the Visual Analytics Developer role just may be the perfect opportunity for you.
As a member of Cornell Information Technologies' Analytics and Reporting team, the Visual Analytics Developer is responsible for developing analytic solutions for various constituents across campus using best practices with visualization tools such as Oracle Analytic Server & Tableau. The Visual Analytics Developer works daily with customers and colleagues to develop project requirements, and build solutions using best practices for analytics and data warehousing. Responsibilities include enhancement, maintenance, troubleshooting, performance and security of analytic solutions.
Have aptitude at data analysis, data visualization and data preparation methods/
Learn quickly and provide solutions.
Translate business questions into Analytic solutions.
Present to audiences on solutions and technologies.
Provide the organization with ad hoc reporting, analysis, and data visualization support as needed to support day-to-day activities.
Interact with business and information technology personnel.
Work collaboratively with other developers to evolve development standards and overall Analytic competency at Cornell.
Develop, maintain, and use documentation and standard operating procedures.
Review and evaluate other tools such as Microsoft Power BI and AWS Quicksight to determine 'fit' with Cornell.
Work effectively in a fast paced, deadline driven, extremely complex, and rapidly changing environment.
This position is located in Ithaca, New York. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the University's decision to limit the number of on-campus employees, the successful applicant will be asked to perform this role remotely at a location of their choice in the United States for a limited time, only until the University can permit more employees to work on campus. Once the University permits more employees to work on campus, the successful applicant will be expected to work on the Ithaca campus, although they may be permitted perform a portion of their work remotely.
The New York Convenience of employer guidelines require New York State individual tax reporting and withholdings for this position. Additional individual state income tax filings may also be required if working temporarily outside New York State.
You should have...
Bachelor's degree with 3 to 5 years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to explore and prototype solutions with visual tools such as Tableau and Oracle DV.
Experience with SQL and data reporting.
One to two years of related experience in at least 2 of the following: data analysis, data lake/data warehouse design/construction, or report/dashboard development
Experience/understanding of visual representation of data concepts desirable.
Must have a strong desire to become highly proficient in a new and rapidly evolving technology.
Strong development skills (e.g. ability to quickly learn specific functional need and effectively and efficiently apply solutions to desired outcome).
Must enjoy and have demonstrated successful experience in a rapidly changing, continual learning IT/Business environment.
Demonstrated proficiency developing technical skills and performing problem solving.
Demonstration of excellent technical, verbal and written communications skills and ability to multi-task within a team-oriented environment.
Higher Education experience
Experience with Analytic tools such as OAS, Tableau helpful
Understanding of dimensional modeling concepts
Experience and knowledge of data lake and data warehousing initiatives
Exposure to PeopleSoft, SAP, E Business suite or other complicated ERP system helpful
What we offer:
Great benefits that include educational benefits, access to a plethora of wellness programs, employee discounts with local and national retail brands, health care options to choose from, generous paid leave provisions: 3 weeks of vacation, 12 university paid holidays (including end of year winter break through New Year's Day) and superior retirement contributions.
An active and diverse community to work and thrive in! Cornell is situated in picturesque Ithaca, New York, the heart of the Finger Lakes. Ithaca is home to two academic institutions, state parks, waterfalls, gorges, and a wide range of art galleries, theaters, eateries, wineries, and breweries. Ithaca has something to suit all ages and interests!
No Visa sponsorship available for this position.
University Job Title:
Business Intelligence Eng III
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