Director, Business Intelligence/Analytics

College Park, Maryland
Mar 05, 2019
Apr 09, 2019
IT, Analyst, IT Architect
Full Time

The Director, Business Intelligence, Analytics and Decision Support provides strategic planning, operational planning, implementation oversight, leadership, and management of all activities to drive the business intelligence and analytics program. This is a management position in the Division of Information Technology (DIT) at the University of Maryland, College Park, and reports to the Executive Director. The Director has specific responsibility for:
- Planning, designing and implementing the technical infrastructure to support business intelligence.
- Creating and expanding the capabilities of BI technologies that deliver enterprise-wide reporting, analytics, and data warehousing solutions.
- Working collaboratively with service offices and administrators throughout the university for successfully supporting the use of data for improved decision making.
- Implementing best practices in business intelligence


Minimum qualifications: 


Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Information Technology or a related field.


Minimum 10 years of IT enterprise related experience. Proven experience managing large, complex, distributed projects with multiple teams.

Familiarity with current architectural directions and industry standards related to development of business intelligence platforms and data warehouse. 
Demonstrated track record and commitment to delivering successful projects.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong interpersonal skills.
Supervisory experience, including hiring and mentoring a high performance team.



Master’s Degree in Information Technology or related field.
Experience with a higher education institution. 
Experience in cloud computing technologies such as AWS.
Experience with data analytics technologies/projects.
Experience with building a data warehouse to support ERP systems.
Experience with Data Governance and supporting data quality initiatives.


Additional information:  this position does not provide sponsorship for work visas.

Physical demands:  sedentary work. Employee will need to be able to sit for long periods of time to work on a computer, as well as travel occasionally to meet with clients and customers on and off campus.

Best consideration date: 03/26/2019 or open until filled.

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