SEDC is seeking a Data Analyst II in Implementations to be part
of the success in our Vision 2025 mission. This position is open to
As part of SEDC's Implementation Services organization, the
ideal candidate is a customer oriented, self motivated and
intellectually curious team member who uses subject matter
expertise to independently extract, transform and load billing and
accounting data on a customer-by-customer basis for proprietary
utility software applications.
The candidate will be responsible for the data component of the
implementation life cycle for utilities of low to moderate
In addition to extracting transforming and loading customer
data, the ideal candidate will also have the ability to analyze,
identify, troubleshoot, research and resolve issues throughout the
implementation life cycle including after the customer is live on
the new software platform.
The data analyst works effectively with other team members to
perform in depth data analysis to write detailed project
specifications which meet the customers business needs.
The data analyst is responsible for identifying and working to
resolve performance gaps and issues.
The data analyst candidate uses organizational tools effectively
in conjunction with sound judgement to independently make
reasonable assumptions and decisions.
Leads quality assurance testing throughout the implementation
lifecycle utilizing both SQL as well as application knowledge to
Delegates tasks to other team members as appropriate. With
minimal oversight supports the implementation life cycle for the
cross functional or interdepartmental teams.
Exhibits excellent customer service skills with both internal
and external customers, which includes cross functional teams.
Ability to collaborate effectively in a team environment.
Effectively communicates both verbally and nonverbally to both
technical and non-technical internal and external customers.
Bachelor's Degree; with 3-4 years of equivalent professional
Must have: SQL, Relational Databases, Troubleshooting issues in
a Client/Server environment, logistical analysis, Alteryx
Guided by the SEDC Vision 2025 strategy, our leaders have
developed 5 stretch goals to achieve a best-in-class organization
for our members, customers, and employees.
It is a priority that our future team member embraces these
goals and demonstrate the behaviors to guide the company to realize
- Act as One Unified Company
- Put Our Members/Customers First in All We Do
- Be Known for Our Innovative Products and People
- Grow our Reputation and Market Share
- Compete on Culture
SEDC was formed in 1976 by a group of Electric Membership
Cooperatives with a vision for a single enterprise solution
provider to serve data processing, IT, and operational needs to
cooperatives, public utility districts, and municipal utilities.
Through carefully curated acquisitions and partnerships, SEDC has
unified multiple leading-edge companies under its umbrella in order
to truly execute that vision. Today, the SEDC Suite serves over 500
utilities across the country with industry leading enterprise