IT Data Analyst

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CVS Caremark Professional
The IT Analyst will be working on the Retail Pharmacy Data Warehouse (RxDW), a 75 plus Terabyte Oracle and Teradata database system. The Rx Data Warehouse Analyst comprised of several applications that support the Pharmacy Operations, Legal, Risk Management, and PBM business units as well as several other departments (both in IT and the business) at CVS. These applications are based on SQL/PLSQL, ETL (Informatica) , and Unix technologies.Working in a team atmosphere, the Analyst will be participating in the CVS software engineering processes, Business Intelligence (BI) processes, and software development best practices during their employment. The Analyst will work with other team members in deploying and technically supporting several business critical new projects as well as modifications to existing applications that will be deployed throughout the year. These projects and existing applications directly impact and interact with our stores, patients, and various corporate departments. While working on these projects, the candidate will be exposed to CVS Business best practices.The Analyst will be working directly with the business in supporting SQL performance tuning, more complex data extracts, and deliverables associated with overall business data needs.The Analyst will be mentored to utilize technical abilities to be applied in triaging more complex system issues, working and shadowing other team members on best practices and methodologies. This effort will require working with various business units as well as CVS operational Support Staff (OSS).This position is centered on working with 'data ; the extracting, storing, and processing of large volumes of data. Data management best practices are reviewed and adhered to.A key benefit of this position is the potential to work closely with the business, gaining an understanding of CVS best business practices, and, more importantly, understanding how IT can best support the business.
Job Function: Information Systems
IT Data Analyst

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