Sr. Business Intelligence Engineer at Accompany Health

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Sr. Business Intelligence Engineer Accompany Health. Accompany Health is on a mission to give low-income patients with complex needs the dignified, high-quality care they deserve but rarely receive. A primary, behavioral, and social care provider, Accompany Health walks alongside patients for their entire care journey, offering at-home and virtual care, as well as 24/7 support. Partnering with innovative payors, Accompany Health is powered by remarkable care teams, elegant technology, and a commitment to evidence-based practice. . We build long-term relationships with our patients so they know, without question, that our team is here for them day or night, year after year. We focus on the health outcomes most important to our patients to make it clear that they lead the way.. To achieve our mission, we collaborate with community-based organizations, local providers, and health plans. Led by our empathetic care teams, guided by proven care models, and powered by our own technology, we deliver a level of service that our communities rightfully deserve but rarely receive. . While our headquarters is in Bethesda, MD, our teams are distributed across the country.  If you’re eager to make a tangible difference in people’s lives, to help correct long-standing disparities in health care, join us. . About the role:. The senior business Intelligence Engineer will help build robust analytical pipelines and downstream reports that support data-driven products and operations. They will use their technical expertise to identify opportunities to improve critical outcomes and operational efficiencies, helping to drive a data-driven culture. . You will report to the engineering lead and work alongside product managers and operational/clinical leaders to solve critical company challenges. You will convert requirements into functional, scalable analytical solutions, keeping performance and security in mind.. Responsibilities will include:. Working closely with clinical and business stakeholders to understand the analytical needs of the business and providing insights in a rapid, iterative and collaborative process. Data Profiling on complex healthcare data sets to identify data quality issues, root cause analysis, patterns, and insights. Communicate these findings to an audience of varying levels of technical expertise to ensure clear understating.. Building insightful reports and interactive dashboards that help the Clinical and Operations teams in their decision-making while ensuring data accuracy and quality results. Contribute to improving our tooling (data pipelines) and processes so that we can deliver results more quickly and accurately.. Implement best practices and innovative solutions to streamline data management and reporting workflows.. What makes you a fit for the team: . Your ability to work in a fast paced, collaborative environment. Your curiosity and desire to face complex challenges head on. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills. . You are a driven BI professional with a passion for leveraging data to drive healthcare excellence. Desired skills and experience:. Required. Advanced SQL skills  and experience working with relational databases.  Solid foundation of data lake and data warehousing concepts. Experience with AWS services like Glue, S3, Athena. . Proficiency in using modern reporting tools (like Tableau, PowerBI, Looker or similar ) to build dashboards and reports for KPIs and doing deep-dive data analysis . Experience with cloud-based data warehouses like Snowflake or Redshift. Experience supporting and working with cross-functional teams in a dynamic environment independently. 7+ years of experience in a Business Intelligence Developer or similar roles, who has attained a Graduate degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Informatics, Information Systems or another quantitative field. Preferred.  . Experience working with healthcare data like Eligibility, Claims and have a deep understanding of underlying data issues. In-depth understanding of healthcare data standards and regulations (e.g., HIPAA).. Experience with programming languages such as Python, R, or similar.. Experience with data pipeline and workflow management tools like Airflow. Experience with big data tools: Spark, Kafka, etc.. Certifications in BI tools or data management (e.g., Tableau Certified Professional, AWS Certified Data Engineer/Developer).. #LI-LB1. #LI-Remote. For Patient Facing Roles. To keep our patients, communities and each other safe, you'll be required to comply with Accompany Health’s medical clearance requirements, including completing a TB screen and providing proof of immunity or vaccination for certain conditions. You will also be required to be vaccinated and up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccinations, including boosters. This is a condition of employment, and we make exceptions as required by law. Accommodation for religious and medical beliefs will be provided on a case by case basis.. For Non-Patient Facing Roles. To keep our patients, communities and each other safe, you'll be required to comply with Accompany Health’s medical clearance requirements, including receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. This is a condition of employment, and we make exceptions as required by law. Accommodation for religious and medical beliefs will be provided on a case by case basis.. We embrace diversity and believe it creates a healthier atmosphere:  Accompany Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.