Business Information Analyst

Location UK / Antrim

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary See description

Updated 2 days ago

Reference 1351059

 Job Description

The Information Systems Analyst will play a key role in the analysis, and presentation of information and proposed recommendations through dashboards and reports in order to support management decision making and forecasting.

REFERENCE: 2634

POST: Business Information Analyst

DURATION: PERMANENT

HOURS: 36         

BAND: 6

SALARY: £29,323 – £31,601

LOCATION: Newtownabbey

JOB SUMMARY: The Information Systems Analyst will play a key role in the analysis, and presentation of information and proposed recommendations through dashboards and reports in order to support management decision making and forecasting. This information will be derived from a range of College databases, predominantly the student records system, and will utilise several business analytics reporting tools.

Eligibility Criteria

  • A Degree in one of the following disciplines: Computer Science; Information Management; Business Information Systems; Computer Software / Systems Engineering; Information Technology; Mathematics / Statistics; or, Operational Research.
  • At least 1 years’ experience in a role using a SQLServer relational database as primary data repository either for application development or data manipulation and analysis.
  • At least 1 years’ experience in a role using data analysis tools and techniques.

Desirable Criteria

  • At least 2 years’ experience in a role using SQLServer relational database as primary data repository either for application development or data manipulation and analysis.
  • Advanced level knowledge of T-SQL.
  • Advanced level knowledge of at least one business analytic tool, e.g. PowerBI.

Competencies

  • Interpersonal effectiveness: ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, and to present and facilitate workshops and team meetings, as well as one-to-one coaching.
  • Problem solving: ability to define a problem, determine the root causes; and create, evaluate and recommend innovative solutions.
  • Developing self: ability to reflect on and identify own learning needs, and committed to learning new skills and keeping up-to-date with new technologies.
  • Developing others: ability to facilitate and support the development of others within the team ensuring that knowledge and responsibility is shared.
  • Planning and delivering: ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritising where appropriate while ensuring quality is maintained and continuously improved.

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Completed application forms must be submitted not later than: 17 August 2018 at 1.00pm

All staff have an obligation to comply with the statutory duties relating to Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 and will be required to contribute to the implementation of the College’s Equality Scheme drawn up in accordance with this legislation.