Job ID: 7569 Location: Austin, TX Full/Part Time: Full Time Regular/Temporary: Regular
FLSA Status Exempt
Earliest Start Date 03/14/2022
Hours per Week 40.00 Standard from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Hiring Department Institutional Research and Analysis
Required Application Materials A resume and letter of interest is required in order to apply. Candidates under final consideration will be required to submit references and college degree information through an online third-party vendor.
About Us Established by the Texas Constitution of 1876, The University of Texas System consists of eight academic and five health institutions. The University of Texas System is primarily based in Austin, TX, and is responsible for the central management and coordination of the thirteen institutions. Diversity and inclusion are core values for UT System, which serves the needs of a diverse and growing state. To that end, our review of applications will embrace the principles of the veterans and former foster children employment preferences (state laws), all of which are intended to promote diverse interview pools.
We are pleased to offer a variety of benefits to our employees. Please visit Benefits Summary to view information on health insurance, retirement savings plans, paid leave, paid holidays, wellness/gym facility, covered parking and more.
Purpose of Position Participates in data acquisition, transformation and delivery within the data warehouse environment. Supports Business Intelligence services such as dashboards, user interfaces, stored processes, cubes, and associated data structures. Researches applicable new technologies, tools and methodologies.
Manage the compilation of an information repository from national, state, component, and internal database system.
Work with Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) and reporting tools to load data into the warehouse and extract data for various usages. Identify issues, action plans and implemented changes.
Identify and lead implementation of best practice. Ensure accuracy and integrity of data and applications through analysis, coding, writing clear documentation, and problem resolution. Define format for documentation.
Restructuring of data files, merging of data files from multiple sources, and data cleaning.
Fulfill ad-hoc reporting requests.
Collect, gather, and analyze data independently through utilizing the UT System data warehouse and other sources to extract data, external data collection and mining, and working directly with the campuses to obtain data, when necessary.
Maintain comprehensive and accurate documentation of data sources and methodological decisions, including the logic/reasoning for the choices made about the research approach taken. Appropriately sourcing all products, including clear explanations of any data limitations.
Assist in the decisions regarding architecture, development, and maintenance of OSI data warehouse, which includes data integration, data quality, data cleansing, and other ETL-related activities.
Lead meetings with analysts to identify areas of data warehouse improvement and efficiencies.
Develop and maintains information systems and software, including problem identification, analysis, database structure design, testing, and implementation.
Manage, create, and maintain development, test, and production environments; implement appropriate tools and technologies; and establish users and permissions as required.
Provide end user training on application software, data warehouse usage, and develop user manuals.
Serve as liaison and technical resource in the administration and backup of Windows and Linux servers and applications on these environments.
Assist in the visual and technical layout of the dashboard and interfaces, web development of portals, reports, data dictionaries, and additional links. May develop and edit website content. May act in a consultation role with outside department/entities.
Other duties as assigned.
Five years of experience with data warehousing, data mining, query, and data analytics tools.
Three years of experience performing ETL activities in a dimensional data warehouse environment.
Five years of experience performing ETL activities in a dimensional data warehouse environment.
Experience developing reports using data visualization tools, such as PowerBI, Tableau, or SAS Viya.
Experience extracting and analyzing data from national and state data base higher education systems. Experience working with highly sensitive data (FERPA, HIPAA, etc).
Experience with ETL development using tools such as SAS Data Integration Studio, Informatica, Data Stage, etc.; and RDBMS tools such as MySQL or MSSQL Server as well as writing SQL queries.
Experience with Base SAS.
Experience with SQL Server Integration Packages.
Experience with programming languages, R, Python, C#/Asp.NET.
May work around standard office conditions.
Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation.
Use of manual dexterity.
Additional Information The retirement plan for this position is Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), subject to the position being at least 20 hours per week and at least 135 days in length. Please complete all sections of the application including your address, email, phone number and the questionnaire. You may edit your contact information at any time by updating your profile. Candidates under final consideration will be required to submit references and college degree information. A criminal background check will be conducted on applicants under final consideration. Reference, education and criminal background verifications will be completed by third-party vendors. Security sensitive; conviction verification conducted on applicant selected.
EO/AA Statement The University of Texas System is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. Reasonable disability accommodation may be requested by contacting the Office of Talent and Innovation.
The University of Texas System has served Texas for more than 135 years, improving the lives of Texans—and people all over the world—through education, health care and research at 13 academic and health institutions across the state. With an enrollment of more than 243,000 students, the UT System is one of the nation’s largest public university systems of higher education.
The UT System also is one of the largest employers in the state with 21,000 faculty – including Nobel laureates and members of National Academies – and more than 85,000 health care professionals, researchers and staff.