UnitedHealth Group Associate Data Analyst - Chennai in Chennai, India

Role & Responsibilities:

  • The ADA, using technical and analytical skills, is responsible for supporting ABC’s members on, not limiting to, ongoing data refreshes, support requests, troubleshooting and implementations – which are delivered on time and with utmost quality.

  • Associate Data Analysts must have ownership of complete analysis and implementation of an issue to its final solution, including creative problem solving and technical decision making.

Implementation

  • Completing file mapping based on layouts and requirements provided by Business Analysts/Project Managers

  • Writing business logic (in SQL or other languages as appropriate to the particular business intelligence technology) for transforming data into product specifications

  • Running and interpreting quality checks against loaded data; spinning up the product front-end; completing quality testing and articulating potential issues back to the BA/PM

Production:

  • End-to-end management of the ongoing data load process, including monitoring of feeds and outreach when data is delayed- creating customized reports based on specifications provided by Business Analysts

  • Completing configuration, mapping, or logic changes as described and prioritized by BAs

  • Troubleshooting issues raised by BAs from root cause identification to resolution

  • In all phases of the client life cycle, the Data Analyst is responsible for writing complex SQL queries to complete business requirements.

  • He/she must have the ability to analyze and understand data to support decision making. He/she is also responsible for working on projects focused on continuous improvement to improve team’s effectiveness.

  • Experience working with ETL & Data warehousing services

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Passion to work with lot of data in a challenging environment

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or any engineering

  • Technical aptitude for learning new technologies