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Posted: Thursday, January 4, 2018 12:03 PM

Requisition :
Name of Location: Park West
Work Schedule: Day
Employment Type: Temporary
Work Days:
Monday : Friday
The program allows interns the opportunity to gain hands:on experience related to their field of study by working on meaningful projects alongside Childrens professionals. Interns may explore career paths and apply for full:time positions upon successful completion of the program. The Business Intelligence : Data Services team is seeking one intern to assist in a technical discovery and documentation project in Childrens Business Intelligence department. The Data Services team is responsible for designing and maintaining data solutions used by business applications as well as for reporting and analytics throughout the organization. SQL Server and Oracle solutions integrate with numerous enterprise systems, supported both internally and by various vendors.
Internship: Sept. 18 : Dec. 22
:Progression toward an undergraduate or graduate degree in Computer Science, Technical Writing, MIS, or similar is required 13;
:No professional certifications required 13;
:Progression toward an undergraduate or graduate degree in Computer Science, Technical Writing, MIS, or similar is required
:Strong work ethic and demonstrated initiative
:Strong writing, communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
:Solid process, analytical, problem solving and time management skills
:Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
:Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
:Ability to interpret and create structural models including class diagrams highly preferred
:Prefer at least some of the following (the more the better)
:Experience with modeling tools such as Visio or ER Studio
:Ability to interpret and create common UML models including activity diagrams, swim lane process diagrams
:Understanding of OO concepts
:Understanding of basic networking concepts
:Understanding of typical database and application server implementations
:Ability to perform basic SQL queries
:Ability to code in PowerShell, Bash Scripting, and/or Python
:Classroom or work experience with MS SQL Server or Oracle preferred
:Technical writing experience a plus 13;
:NA 13;
:Organized, detail oriented; Able to prioritize time sensitive assignments.
:Creative and flexible; Able to adapt to change.
:Self:starter; Able to make decisions independently.
:Strong verbal and written communication skills; Strong interpersonal and presentation skills.
:Able to work well with diverse groups; Comfortable interacting with all levels.
:Able to represent Childrens in a mature and professional manner.
:Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, Outlook) or other applications as required.

The goal of the Technical Discovery and Documentation project is to consolidate existing environment and process information into standards:based artifacts for future utilization. Some of the information is not documented at all and must be elicited from technical staff and various SMEs. There are three main areas of focus for this project:
:Data Environment Documentation
:Database and server environment maps
:Data asset inventory
:Data flow diagrams
:Vendor dependencies

:Data Services Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
:Scenario:based process documentation for standard tasks performed by technical staff, including DBAs and Data Warehouse Engineers.

:Major System Dependencies and Data Flow
:UML:based mapping of major underlying systems and their dependencies
:Inventory of automatic processes including their trigger conditions, supportability, dependencies, and other key information
After initial training and orient


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