Health Information Analyst
$54,414.97 - $62,042.70 annually
3 positions available
As a Health Information Analyst, you will be responsible for retrieving and validating data from various databases, developing reports, and working with clients to determine information needs and requirements. You may also develop presentations and provide appropriate interpretation and value-added knowledge based on your experience and understanding of the data. Your talents will be utilized towards the development of new reporting methods and options that provide executives with high quality data for decision making.
This position requires you to apply your high standards and attention to detail, while working independently and as part of a team of analysts, health consultants, and senior management. You will rely on your writing, organizational and problem solving skills, as well as your ability to learn quickly, to successfully manage multiple concurrent and overlapping projects that include cross-program areas and diverse stakeholders.
The ideal applicant will have developed an expertise in a range of computer applications (e.g. Microsoft Office suite of products) and data analysis and reporting tools such as MicroStrategy, Oracle Discoverer, SAS, SQL, Tableau, allowing for a high level of comfort and ease working with new technology. The ideal applicant is also able to create visual analytics.
This role is ideal for a skilled analyst, adept at researching, interpreting and summarizing large volumes of quantitative and qualitative information.
To be considered for this position your resume must clearly demonstrate that you have the following:
· Degree in statistics, mathematics or social/health science field, or related field and a minimum of 1 year progressive and recent, related experience*.
· Diploma in statistics, mathematics, social/health science field, or a related field and a minimum of 4 years progressive and recent, related experience*, OR
· No degree or diploma and a minimum of 6 years progressive and recent, related experience*.
*Recent, related experience must include some of the following: · Experience with visual analytics programming (e.g. Tableau). · Experience in data analysis, conducting qualitative and quantitative research, and providing advice and recommendations; health sector preferred. · Practical research experience gathering, synthesizing, evaluating and interpreting information, preferably in a health or social science setting. · Experience with analytical and extraction software (e.g. SAS, SQL, MicroStrategy, Oracle) to write computer programs to extract and manipulate data.