University of Pittsburgh seeking Data Analyst/Programmer

The University of Pittsburgh is seeking applicants for a Data Analyst/Programmer position.

Job Summary
The Data Analyst/Programmer will work in the Office of Provost to improve existing data management systems and provide business intelligence support to the office. Duties include designing new database management systems to automatize the production of existing reports, developing and implementing programs to process and manipulate large datasets, writing queries for extracting data, preparing static reports with both tabular and graphical presentations as well as web-based active reports, and providing data programming and analytic support on a range of research projects. In developing new systems, the candidate will be responsible for the needs assessment, analysis, design, testing, and documentation. Candidate must have experience working within a team environment, be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously, and work well under pressure to meet deadlines. The incumbent must be proficient in report generation software (e.g., Crystal Reports), query writing (e.g., SQL, Cognos), web crawling, relational databases (e.g., Access), visualization software (e.g., Tableau), and web publishing. Knowledge of statistical software (e.g., SAS, R, SPSS), program management software, sharepoint, and data analytics a plus.

Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Science, Business Information Systems, or related field. Two to three years of experience in database management, business intelligence, or information technology, or some combination of related experience and graduate education required.

To Apply
Please complete an application on Pitt’s online employment system—PittSource, https://www.pittsource.com/postings/111081. For more information about employment at the University of Pittsburgh, please visit http://www.hr.pitt.edu/careers.

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