Hybrid/Local Healthcare Data Analyst with data migration, data mapping and WebLogic Experience

Job ID: MS-122593 (90090926)

Hybrid/Local Healthcare Data Analyst with data migration, data mapping and WebLogic Experience

Location: Jackson, MS (MDHS)
Duration: 24 Months
Position: 1

Required Skills/Experience
Provide the minimum required skills and/or experience the contractor must possess to qualify for this position. These
requirements will be transferred to the Score Sheet and candidates without these requirements reflected on their resume will
NOT be presented to the manager for consideration.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field.
Five years proven experience in data migration, data analysis, or database management.
Proficiency in data mapping and transformation tools and technologies.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment.

Preferred/Not Required
Provide any skills/experience that would be helpful for the candidate to possess but not required. Examples: Previous supervisory
experience, WebLogic experience helpful, etc.

The Mississippi Department of Human Services is dedicated to serving others while providing a wide range of public
assistance programs, social services and support for children, low-income individuals and families. The agency seeks
to empower families so they can become self-sufficient and responsible for their future success.
We are currently seeking a Data Migration Analyst to be will be responsible for planning, executing, and managing the
migration of data from one system or platform to another. Your role is critical in ensuring data integrity, accuracy, and
successful transfer of data during organizational transitions or technology upgrades.
Key Responsibilities:
Assessment and Analysis:
Assess existing data structures, formats, and quality to determine migration requirements and potential challenges.
Analyze source and target systems to identify mapping requirements, data transformation needs, and ensure alignment
with business objectives.
Data Mapping and Transformation:
Define data mapping strategies to effectively translate data from the source to the target system, considering data
types, formats, and business rules.
Develop and execute data transformation processes to cleanse, convert, and validate data for migration, ensuring data
consistency and accuracy.
Migration Planning and Execution:
Develop comprehensive migration plans, including timelines, resource allocation, and risk assessment, to achieve
successful data migration.
Execute data migration tasks according to the established plan, monitor progress, and address any issues or
discrepancies that arise during the migration process.
Collaboration and Communication:
Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including IT, business stakeholders, and data owners, to ensure smooth
migration processes and minimize disruption to operations.
Communicate progress, challenges, and resolution strategies to stakeholders, ensuring transparency and alignment
with project objectives.
Data Verification and Validation:
Conduct thorough data verification and validation post-migration to ensure data integrity, completeness, and accuracy
in the target system.
Address any discrepancies and perform necessary adjustments to ensure the migrated data meets the defined quality
Documentation and Reporting:
Maintain detailed documentation of the entire data migration process, including mapping, transformation rules,
migration steps, and issue resolution.
Generate comprehensive reports summarizing the migration process, outcomes, and any lessons learned for future

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