Sr. Reporting Analyst
at Northbay Healthcare

Date Posted: 7/29/2020

Job Description


Sr. Reporting Analyst

Full Time, FTE: 1; 
Administration Center
Fairfield, CA


Individuals in the Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Senior Reporting Analyst role will work onsite at our corporate office in Fairfield, California identifying business intelligence (BI), reporting, and analytics needs. They work closely with business users and IT teams to turn data into actionable information and knowledge that can be used to make sound business decisions. It is essential that EIM Senior Reporting Analysts build an understanding of the business at a level of detail that enables them to identify and address critical issues. They provide information that is accurate, congruent and reliable, and ensure the information is easily available to users, preferably in a self-service format. EIM Senior Reporting Analysts educate and train business users to use the data as an analytical tool.

EIM Senior Reporting Analysts work with business users to determine business requirements and establish priorities. This includes working with stakeholders to identify and document the transactional systems; create and maintain core definitional information through, master data management (MDM), data quality management, and information governance functions; and define, build, and manage analytics environments through the building of data models, data marts, and the use of BI tools. This individual is accountable for facilitating information gathering, documentation and presentation of findings to all levels of management, and will be considered a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the information contained within the Enterprise Information Management team as appropriate.

EIM Senior Reporting Analysts understand how data is turned into information and knowledge and how that knowledge supports and enables key business processes. They must have an understanding of the business environment and an interest in going beyond the obvious, delving into the source, the definition, philosophy, and foundational roots of a data element in order to create actionable information. The individual in this role must demonstrate a proficiency level sufficient to apply competencies effectively in the following domains: Business Intelligence; Analytics and Reporting, ETL Processes, Enterprise Data Warehousing, Information Quality; Master Data Management and Information Governance. They must work well within a team environment.


Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, business administration, information systems, computer science, or related field.
Master’s degree preferred.

None required.

Minimum of one year of healthcare experience in a reporting analyst role.
Five (5) to seven (7) years of experience with business intelligence, relational databases, data mining, analytics and report writing.
Three (3) years of experience with master data management, data quality, and data governance functions.
In-depth knowledge of one or more healthcare business functional areas.

Experience with understanding business requirements and collaborating in finding technical solutions.
Experience creating ad-hoc reports and analyses and writing SQL queries.
Ability to extract data from databases and data warehouses for reporting and to facilitate sharing between multiple data systems.
Proficient in the use of query and reporting analysis tools. Business Objects: WebI, Universe Designer, Central Management Console a plus.
Experience with Cerner Reporting tools including Discern Analytics (DA, DA2), CCL, and Explorer.
Experience with Tableau or QlikView a plus.
Ability to standardize data collection by developing methods for database design and validation reports.
Proficient in writing requirements and other technical documents, functional specifications and preparing business process flows.
Ability to communicate effectively with both business partners and IT professionals. Strong ability to explain advanced data concepts to database architects, non-technical end users, and senior executives.
Ability to apply analysis and creative thinking when solving problems.
Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, prioritize requests, and work independently.
Familiar with systems development life cycle (SDLC), change management and agile methodology.
Ability to foster and support a culture of innovation and excellence in the Enterprise Information Management group.

Interpersonal Skills:
The NorthBay Way is a set of value-based behaviors that are to be consistently demonstrated and role modeled by all employees that work at NorthBay Healthcare.The NorthBay way principles consist of Caring, Communication, Collaboration, and Competence.
Able to communicate in an effective and professional manner with co-workers, vendors, associates and other departments.
Able to control tense situations to remain focused on the problem at hand.


Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Location: Fairfield, CA
  • Job Type: Health Care
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Date Posted: 7/29/2020

About Us

At NorthBay Healthcare, we are committed to upholding the health, wellness, and vitality of the California community members throughout Solano County and beyond. Tracing our roots back to 1960, we are the area’s only locally-based, locally-managed non-profit healthcare organization. Our presence as a leader in innovative healthcare solutions is made possible by a talented team of professionals who enjoy making a difference as well as a living. We call it “The NorthBay Way.” The principles that lead our work include:

  • Caring– be friendly, be helpful; treat others in the way they want to be treated. Be compassionate; demonstrate genuine concern for the well-being of others. Affirm the worth and potential of others, and encourage caring behaviors.
  • Collaborationhonor promises and commitments; work in a spirit of cooperation. Establish and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. Appreciate and use the knowledge and experience of others; fully support decisions once they are made. Be fair, be equitable, and be aware in all actions affecting others.
  • Communication be consistent; earn and maintain the trust of others. Listen first; strive to understand events as they have meaning to others. Provide frequent, direct, and truthful communications. Ensure a clear and compelling purpose for the work that needs to be done. Show appreciation, recognize results, and celebrate accomplishments.
  • Competence – take personal responsibility for uncompromising levels of service, quality, and safety. Be accountable for problems that cross your path: do whatever it takes to do the right thing. Manage resources with prudence and responsibility; encourage innovation and risk-taking in others. Engage in lifelong learning to grow more skilled, professionally and personally.

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