Job Description - Business Reporting Analyst (19000P0R) Preferred Qualifications
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Primary Focus The Business Reporting Analyst, along with the team, is responsible for providing analytical and business intelligence support to OU Executive Management through designing and developing metrics, reports, and analysis, to help drive key business decisions.
Apart from excellent Excel skills, good knowledge of OBIEE, Oracle Analytics and Excel macros will be very beneficial. Job Responsibilities
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Knowledge & Skills Qualifications Detailed Description and Job Requirements Develops courseware to support new and existing products, often though not exclusively in conjunction with Product Division.
Coordinate and evaluate development contributions from other courseware development team members. Develop certification questions for use in the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) exams.
Solicit & incorporate feedback from reviews and training events. Deliver training at train-the-trainer and pilot events.
Job duties are varied and complex, needing independent judgment. May have project lead role. Bachelor*s Degree in Computer Science or Instructional Design.
Four years adult education experience (as teacher or curriculum developer). Seven years technical or professional experience using Oracle products or related software.
Strong SQL and PL / SQL knowledge and experience. Knowledge of XML, Java, and J2EE technologies. Experience with Oracle9i Database administration.
Knowledge of Oracle9i Application server.