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CareOregon Inc. Data Science Analyst III in Seattle, Washington

Career Opportunities: Data Science Analyst III (24262) Requisition ID 24262 - Posted 05/02/2024 - CareOregon - Full Time - Permanent - Portland - Multi Location (9) Job Description Print Preview Candidates hired for remote positions must reside in Oregon, Washington, Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Montana, or Wisconsin. Job Title Data Science Analyst III Exemption Status Exempt Department Business Intelligence Manager Title Healthcare Analyst Manager Direct Reports n/a Requisition # 24262 Pay & Benefits Estimated hiring range $120,000 - $145,200 / year, 5% bonus target, full benefits. www.careoregon.org/about-us/careers/benefits Posting Notes This is a fully remote position, but you must reside in one of the listed 9 states. Job Summary This position is responsible for proactively identifying opportunities and developing algorithms, models, data structures and data products to facilitate production of insights from healthcare claims, enrollment, and other related data. The core function of this position is to lead efforts to translate complex data into meaningful information for decision makers. Focus areas include cost and utilization of health services, financial trending, member, and provider experience. In addition, the position is responsible for ensuring the completeness and integrity of data used for analysis and collaborating across departments within a multi-function, mission critical environment. This position is also responsible for training and mentoring other analysts and staff in the organization and act as subject matter expert for their domain. Essential Responsibilities Lead in the development of research methods and data analysis plans related to healthcare utilization, cost trends, financial forecasting, member, and provider experience. Lead and direct efforts for complex analysis projects, such as building models, algorithms, data products, etc.; expertly manage stakeholders, cross-functional team relationships and set appropriate expectations; summarize and communicate outcomes of analysis projects. Expertly use appropriate software tools to retrieve, edit and tabulate data from various databases and files. Conduct descriptive, prescriptive, predictive analyses. Lead in the summarization of complex data for leadership in the appropriate form (e.g., statistical summaries, narratives, charts, tables, graphs, etc.) to convey meaning, significance, and actionable information. Lead in the research and development of models, algorithms, and analysis tools to mature the use and creation of self-service data products at CareOregon. Develop visual reporting (e.g., dashboards, scorecards, etc.) using data visualization tools such as Tableau when appropriate. Develop appropriate subject matter, domain expertise and serve as an expert resource. Collaborate with other subject matter experts to identify opportunities for building repeatable data products. Collaborate with business teams to understand business needs and to illicit and document requirements for analytics, algorithms, models, etc. Lead in the development of reporting tools to comply with regulatory reporting requirements. Lead in the review and assessment of data completeness, validity, and reliability used for analysis and reporting. Create and maintain technical documentation such as data dictionaries, business glossaries, metric definitions, and other data resources. Thoroughly document models, algorithms, data products, processes and any analysis, reports developed. Contribute to, and actively participate in, community of practice to improve the skil