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Data Quality Analyst

About Solera

Solera Health connects a nationwide network of community organizations and digital solutions for chronic disease prevention programs (including the CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program) with technology that manages service referrals, reimbursement and payment, aggregates data and reporting simplifying enrollment and supporting increased consumer engagement and choice. 

About the Role

The Data Quality Analyst will be responsible for the analytic, quality, compliance, and/or operational activities of our data workflow.  Apart from identifying and triaging issues along the workflow, and bringing the appropriate external and internal resources together to resolve issues in a timely manner, the Data Quality Analyst may also be involved in ad-hoc data projects.  The ideal candidate will enjoy a high-energy environment and working in an agile cross-functional team setting.

Key Responsibilities

  • As a member of the overall development team, contribute during all phases to ensure comprehensive software QA test coverage, and assist team leads in risk management, planning and scoping of projects.
  • As a member of a Scrum team, help create test automation plans and automations from test cases, contribute to developing and maintaining a repository of regression automation test cases; contribute to developing and maintaining a repository of performance/stress automations, as needed.
  • Write scripts, code, database queries and database procedures to analyze issues and automate testing the integrity of backend systems; use practical knowledge and understanding of SQL and relational database systems in the creation and execution of automated test case and ad-hoc data projects.
  • Assess and document the structure, quality, and compliance of data source data and coordinate with business and technology staff to identify and resolve issues.
  • Perform various data profiling and data discovery talks to identify and/or reconcile issues, to facilitate design and requirements, and perform ad-hoc projects.
  • Monitor and administer automated and manual data integration and ETL jobs to verify execution and measure performance; build reports to audit, monitor and validate data.
  • Take ownership of, or participate in, ad-hoc data projects.

​Qualifications and Skills

  • SQL Server, MS Office, Salesforce.com, C#/.NET environment, Microsoft Azure
  • Knowledge of databases, normalization, data preparation and ETL processes
  • Experience using Microsoft Team Services or similar Scrum tools
  • Exposure to healthcare IT industry standards

Preferred

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in experience
  • 4 or more years in QA and software development role(s)
  • Experience working in, and a solid understanding of Agile/Scrum environments and the SDLC
  • Demonstrated proficiency with QA concepts, issues, methods, and tools
  • Demonstrated an understanding of variety of systems (e.g., Windows, Salesforce, Cloud Systems, SQL Server and/or other platforms and technologies)
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skill using multiple scripting languages, including those commonly used in test script automation
  • Exceptional focus on detail, with a willingness to dive deep into the data
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Passionate and obsessive about quality, efficiency and the customer

You Also

  • Take initiative, communicating project statuses and asking for help
  • Have a sense of humor
  • Are mature and have sound judgment
  • Have a desire to learn and grow professionally
  • Have a can-do attitude
  • Have a passion for the data quality discipline

Benefits and Perks

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, LTD, STD, Life Insurance
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Parental Leave
  • Casual dress code
  • Healthy Snacks
  • Flexible work schedules
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