The Business Intelligence Analyst position in Data Management is an excellent role for an individual wishing to join a team of hard working and future-focused data and analytics professionals. The successful candidate will work collaboratively as a member of the Data, Analytics, and Institutional Research (DAIR) team and will interact with internal and external stakeholders to support a variety of data management, training, analysis and benchmarking initiatives at The University of North Texas (UNT). The person in this role will assist with the ongoing development and implementation of SAS Business Intelligence tools (SAS Visual Analytics, SAS Visual Statistics, SAS Business Data Network, SAS Workflow Studio, and SAS Data Management Studio) to promote data warehousing, data governance, data quality and the development and use of analytic dashboards (known collectively as the Insights Program) designed for wide distribution to the UNT community. The primary functions of this role will be to 1) assist the Director of Data Management with building relationships with functional and technical Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop documentation of data resources and institutional processes, 2) assist with training and knowledge transfer activities related to the Insights Program, and 3) perform data analysis, generate analytics, and communicate results involving external benchmarking and peer comparisons. The successful candidate will join a strong team of data modelers, analysts, and institutional researchers to provide direct support to internal and external stakeholders, manage relationships with data providers and end users, and assist with communication and collaboration to notify the user community of changes, enhancements and new analytics and data resources. Finally, the successful candidate will be tasked with monitoring security roles and permissions of individuals who are provided access to the Insights Program and provide regular audits to the Director. DAIR is focused on helping all employees expand their skills and encourage technology adoption through formal professional development.