As a Data Analyst, you will analyze, prepare, and process data sets to be consumed for direct insights, statistical modeling or other analytical exploration for internal and external clients. You will be responsible for accessing and compiling data sets from various sources for exploratory and pre-defined analyses, audit data sets for completeness, validity and other pertinent data health measures. You will also support evaluation of data sets for analytical possibilities and pitfalls, transform data for specific team functions or process as appropriate and conduct basic statistical testing and exploratory data analysis. Your responsibilities will also include creating basic data visualizations as well as consulting with stakeholders or clients on data availability, quality and outcomes of analysis. You will also support Business Intelligence applications.Qualifications Basic Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Analytics or related field, or equivalent relevant work experience
At least one year of data analysis work experience including data management, transformation and visualization, or successful completion of Cerner's Analytics Learning Lab
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