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Data Transfer Analyst

Job ID
1886
Department
Information Technology
Type
Regular Full-Time
US-IN-Indianapolis

Overview

Analyzes data files and processes and maintains application components specific to data formats (input/output/reconciliation) for file processing.  Works with the IT team and other related systems processes as needed to support operational initiatives and requirements.

 

 

EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vet

Responsibilities

Primary Job Function

 

  • Process client data files.
  • Develops and maintains all necessary documentation for data/interface processing.
  • Serve as process SME on data files processed by the department.
  • Communicates with all operational departments as necessary regarding file status.
  • Communicates with clients, as needed, regarding file processing.

Secondary Job Function

 

  • Work with the IT team on any modifications to data files and formats as needed/requested by clients.
  • Develops and maintains requirements necessary for automation of file processing.
  • Train other in the department on file processing.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  1. EDUCATION

 

MUST HAVE:

  • High school diploma.

 

PREFERRED:

  • Associates degree in Business, Computer Science or related discipline.

 

  1. EXPERIENCE

 

MUST HAVE:

  • Experience following and writing detailed procedures.

 

PREFERRED:

  • Data file processing
  • Experience with FTP/SFTP file transfer
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills
  • Experience with PGP/GPG encryption software
  • FACS experiences
  • Collection agency experience

 

  1. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:

 

MUST HAVE:

  • Time management skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Ability to work in a stressful environment
  • Ability to communicate effectively with non-technical personnel, highly technical vender representatives, and other IT department professionals
  • Ability to focus in a busy environment
  • Ability to work in a team based environment
  • Attention to detail

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