|Posting Number: YUSA-8497|
|Position Title: Business Systems and Statistical Analyst|
|Department: Systems, Office of the Registrar|
|Salary: $54, 534|
|Duration: Continuing Full-Time|
|Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.|
The Business Systems and Statistical Analyst assists with the business analysis of the student record, participates in work process reviews, generates reports, researches information related to new initiatives, projects and/or activities related to the administration of modules within the Student Information System (S.I.S) York’s online enterprise data base system. This is also responsible for testing of new S.I.S. modules, bug fixes or general enhancements. Under the direction of the Assistant Registrar, this position will provide feedback between client user groups and the technical developers and programming teams, by communicating requirements for new systems and testing results to both groups.
Operating systems Microsoft Windows (Basic)
Database Management/Design Microsoft Access (Advanced), Microsoft SQL (Basic), Oracle (Basic).
Application Packages Word Processing (Intermediate) (e.g. Word), Spreadsheets (Advanced) (e.g. Excel), Email (Intermediate) (e.g. Lotus Notes), WWW/Web Design (Basic) (e.g. Web browsers, Web authoring tools).
Enterprise Dbases/ SIS Modules (Intermediate)
File collaboration tools and problem ticketing systems (Basic)(e.g. spaces, sharepoint, Remedy, Mantis etc.) for the purposes of system maintenance and testing.
Community College in a related discipline or equivalent.
2-3 years related work experience supporting a computerized student information system or large enterprise database system; generating reports, updating tables, testing new applications.
Excellent oral and written communications skills; good problem resolution skills; ability to elicit good problem descriptions; Exercising good judgement; dealing courteously and effectively with people; exercising tact and diplomacy; attending accurately to detail; good organizational skills; ability to communicate technical material in an easily understood manner; ability to establish cooperative and effective working relationships; working independently; performing effectively in small group or technical team situations; showing initiative; providing high level of service(s) to the community; good knowledge of academic rules and legislation; good knowledge of policy making processes; ability to maintain confidentiality.
|Cover Letter Required: Yes|
Please Note: All applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the posted deadline date.
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