The Senior Analyst, working with the Data and Analytics team and other EIA staff, will help design, implement, and support a variety of data driven applications for CSAC-EIA. These applications will improve information access throughout the organization and provide improved information products to the EIA membership. The Senior Analyst will be involved in many Data and Analytics activities which include the integration of claims, exposure, membership, and program data; development of dashboards, reports, analysis, and benchmarking tools for the EIA membership; creation of tools for Underwriting, Actuarial, Finance, and Loss Prevention; and improving program management reporting.
The Senior Analyst position has the following primary responsibilities:
Developing business requirements and specifications.
Managing project timelines, goals, tasks, and deliverables.
Testing, verifying, and reconciling data and information products.
Supporting online reporting and analytical applications.
Developing reports, dashboards and other analytical tools.
Designing and developing data visualizations, data analysis / data mining models and processes, and data access interfaces.
The ideal candidate for this position will have a degree in Management Information Systems, Computer or Data Science, Statistics, or Mathematics and preferably two to five years of progressive experience as a data, business, or systems analyst, or as a report / dashboard / data visualization developer. Experience in the insurance or risk management field is beneficial. We are looking for an individual with the following skills and abilities:
Energetic self-starter with the capacity to independently manage responsibilities, tasks, and goals.
Creative, and capable of looking at new and different approaches to solving problems and resolving issues.
Strong written and verbal communications skills with the ability to communicate technical issues with non-technical customers and staff.
An in depth knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
Experience using reporting and analysis software.
Knowledge of SQL, and preferably experience in either R or Python.
Experience in insurance, risk management, and/or claims management.
Interested persons must submit a resume and a completed application to the Human Resources Manager at CSAC Excess Insurance Authority by Friday, June 23, 2017. Please visit our website at www.csac-eia.org to obtain an application. Submit all application documents to email@example.com.
Additional Salary Information: The full salary range for this position is listed to provide information on earning potential; the hiring salary is based on skills, knowledge, ability and experience. A generous benefit package is provided including Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) health benefits, dental, vision, long-term disability, life insurance, PERS retirement, deferred compensation program, sick leave, vacation leave, and section 125 cafeteria benefits. EIA employees do not pay into Social Security except for the Medicare portion of the cost.
The EIA is a joint powers authority of California public entities, which was established in 1979 to provide insurance and risk management services to California’s counties. Since then, our membership has expanded beyond the counties to include numerous other public agencies such as cities, schools, joint powers authorities, fire districts, special districts, etc.
The EIA operates various risk...-sharing pools, which provide insurance and risk management services to its members for lines of business including workers’ compensation, general liability, property, medical malpractice, and employee benefits.