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Data Operations Analyst

Company Name:
Fisher Investments
Business Information Analyst
Fisher Investments is a privately-held investment management firm who manages portfolios for high-net-worth private clients and some of the world''s preeminent institutions. We''ve grown significantly over the past decade and are now searching for highly talented individuals to join our team as Business Information Analysts in our San Mateo, CA and Vancouver, WA offices.
Opportunity
Extensive Learning opportunities
Dynamic, energetic work environment
Performance-based culture with excellent lateral and vertical opportunities
Competitive salary plus full suite of benefits and 401k
Job Summary
We are looking for dynamic individuals who possess strong analytical, technical, and communication skills to join our Business Information Team as a Business Information Analyst . As the firm's main source for business intelligence, the team provides comprehensive, precise, timely, and insightful data analysis and reporting to support business groups across the firm.
A Business Information Analyst is responsible for the successful execution of recurring reports and tasks for various business groups. He/she provides recurring reporting operations for the firm and critical support to business unit Management.
Responsibilities
Generate and deliver recurring reporting for Business Information Team supported business units within predetermined deadlines
Daily use of Access databases, Excel workbooks and SQL tables
Manage existing documentation and create new documentation in response to changing business needs and processes
Coordinate with IT to remedy technical issues impacting mission-critical data sources or output
FISHER INVESTMENTS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Date: 2014-04-29
Country: US
State: WA
City: Camas
Postal Code: 98607
Category: Project Management - Business Information

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