Serve as OBIEE developer, analyst and systems administrator to implement and support Oracle Business Intelligence Applications and Student Information Analytics initiatives. Deliver reliable data, reporting and analytics. Understand data analysis requirements, data definitions, and security/access requirements to develop new standard or ad-hoc reports and dashboards and modify out of the box reports. Participate in requirements and support the update of DW conceptual data models. Participate in translating reporting requirements into a scope and delivery strategy. Profile data and document objects, business rules and caveats. Develop, configure and test reporting framework and reporting deliverable. Implement security in RPD. Perform technical and systems administration of Oracle BI Server, Web Catalog, OBIEE reports, WebLogic Server and Oracle Enterprise Manager. Technical Environment: OBIEE RPD, OBIEE 11G Web Catalog, Oracle BI Server, WebLogic Server, OEM, MS Office, including: Excel, Visio, UNIX Server, Windows Workstation, Windows Server.
Education, Experience or Certifications:
Bachelorâ™s degree in Computer Science or related field (Electronics Engineering accepted as related field) plus seven years of progressive experience in the job offered or as BI developer required. â‹
Five years with: develop and administer OBIEE RPD, standard and ad-hoc reports and dashboards; three years with: technical/systems administration of Oracle BI Server & Web Catalog. Experience must include: OBIEE 11G developer/administrator; two successful enterprise BI initiatives.
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