Cedars-Sinai Senior Report Developer (SAS skills/cert highly preferred) in Los Angeles, California
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Our Information Technology department is looking for a Sr Report Developer to join their team.
SAS skills/certification highly preferred
Summary of Essential Job Duties:
Triages intake of data requests and seek understanding of technical requirements.
Uses SQL programming code to develop required reports
Responsible for the development and delivery lifecycle during the following phases:
Requirement Assessment: Works with enterprise data intelligence analysts to analyze and understand business requirements.
Development: Based on requirements, develops functionality by following internal development standards. Technical solution to include detailed design documentation, code, configuration, and other supporting technical documents.Incorporates end-user requests and requirements to develop enterprise reporting solutions
Testing: Performs unit, regression, connectivity and full end-to-end integration tests, when it applies; Supports quality insurance effort to gain user acceptance.
Delivery: Works collaboratively with inter-departmental and cross-departmental resources to migrate new or enhanced functionality from test to production. Provides effective communication across the team as appropriate. Follows change control standards and processes for release to production.
Facilitates design and technical meetings. Provides technical documentation to internal business and design teams.
Writes and optimizes moderately complex to advanced queries.
Deploys reports electronically using the appropriate enterprise reporting environment and strategy.
Manages the process of moving reports into a production mode.
Facilities the validation and testing of new or revised reports. Works with user to verify results and content, develops errors or exception reports when applicable and receives official user sign off on completed work.
Tracks, documents, and facilitates resolution of all reporting technical issues. Keeps problem resolution log and proactively manages growth and utilization of analytic reporting products.
Maintains technical and end-user documentation.
What else will be involved?
Utilizes a wide-range of business intelligence tools SAS, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Access and Business Objects.
Maintains the business objects "universe" that supports report writing in that tool.
Primary/Secondary responsibility for maintenance of all on-line production reports and associated user accounts used throughout the organization. Includes scheduling of reports, monitoring report updates from source files and notification of report availability and refresh schedule. User account management includes creation of new accounts and deletion and revision to existing accounts.
Follows team standards, development methodology and processes for specification, implementation, testing, change management, distribution, and documentation of reports.
Educational Requirements: Bachelor's Degree- required; Master's Degree preferred
Experience: Minimum- 5 years
What else are we looking for?
Experience with SQL and expertise with a range of query tools such as Oracle, SAS, Crystal Reports, Business Objects, Microsoft SQL, Tableau, etc. (experience in a production environment preferred)
Experience converting from one PI platform to another (conversion projects)
Hands on experience performing reporting analysis and developing custom reports.
Experience with patient care-oriented databases, hospital-based administrative database applications and data warehousing technology
Experience in system analysis, user relations, and vendor interactions
Knowledge of relation database technology and client-server applications
Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of the race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law.