University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA) to research, recommend, implement, test, and administer several new information systems and reconcile and maintain additional information systems across multiple departments to maintain or improve seamless operations and ensure continuity of operations across changes in personnel, workflows, and administrative structures as they arise. Apply knowledge of information storage and retrieval to database management systems; modifying and coordinate changes to existing databases and addressing staff protocols necessary to secure and protect these databases. Train faculty and staff in proper use of protocols and serve on workgroups and teams for integration of new systems and processes. Conduct analyses of data from any or all of these sources for senior administration to use in the planning and justification of resources. Serve as the lead administrator of new system implementation and training of faculty, staff and students on current and new systems and processes for school. Apply understanding of the University's student, financial, operations, and faculty/staff processes, systems, and workflow, PeopleSoft, ImageNow, ITWorks, Hobson's and GATS. Master's degree in Computer or Information Science. Must know (through academic training or work experience) Microsoft Access and Excel (writing advanced queries, crosstabs, writing or utilizing ad hoc code to clean up large data sets), structuring and writing data to multiple proprietary database systems and creating interfaces for end users to extract that data, utilizing multiple descriptive and inferential statistical analysis techniques to generate business intelligence for senior administrators to use in strategic decision making.