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Information Management Analyst (ETL focus)

Company Name:
Automotive Resources International
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ANALYST
ARI (Automotive Resources International), a billion-dollar fleet leasing and management company, headquartered in Mt. Laurel, NJ has an outstanding opportunity for a motivated self-starter with a passion about information and uses their analytical capabilities to turn data into business value for ARI.
You should stay abreast of the latest data movement, reporting, profiling, and predictive technologies relevant to their work and apply them where applicable. You will work with the business units to understand their information analysis requirements. Will be responsible for making recommendations to analyze and depict information in new and creative methods relative to objectives. You will investigate, analyze, and document report defects. You will create, document, and implement test plans and harnesses to ensure high quality work products. Experience using SQL Business Objects, Crystal Reports, Cognos or similar software is a plus. Must have the ability to gather, document, understand and translate requirements into system design as they relate to assigned tasks and projects to resolve the business needs. Need to possess strong organizational, analytical & communication skills with the ability to meet deadlines, work independently and stay current with software development trends. Some travel required. A Bachelor's degree in Computer Sciences or Certification is preferred, but not required.
ARI is 2,800 employees strong, with revenues exceeding $1.2 billion and offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Europe. Benefits include competitive pay and bonus, health, dental, and life insurance, tuition reimbursement, 401(k), pension and much more.
Date: 2014-08-22
Country: US
State: NJ
City: Mount Laurel
Postal Code: 08054
Category: IT

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