The Data Coordinator I, reviews, cleans and audits the data so that the appropriate data can be shared. The Data Coordinator extracts data and generates basic and moderately complex reports as required. The Data Coordinator ensures the accuracy of the data and acts as a resource to all users of the database.
- Collects data and generates basic and moderately complex reports as required, including internal reporting as requested by management.
- Assist in tracking, trending, analyzing key quality metric reports and make recommendations as necessary.
- Assist in the preparation of reports for regulatory/ accrediting agencies.
- Submits reports timely and accurately according to current standards and regulations.
- Develops and maintains database. Reviews and audits database on a regular basis to ensure accuracy of data. Makes corrections and additions to database records as required.
- Recommends solutions for any quality data management issues.
- Assists in training of staff with varying degrees of knowledge to effectively use the database system. Acts as a resource to all database users in order to assure consistency and accuracy of data.
- Assists staff with technical issues related to the database.
- Uses knowledge of the database to extract data and generate required reports and queries for statistical analyses in varying formats as requested.
- Updates database as required and acts as a liaison with IT with any more complex technical issues or software updates.
- Oversees data entry staff to ensure quality data accuracy.
- Oversees access data in the Data Warehouse.
- Performs other duties as required.
-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience required.
-One year of database application management experience preferred.
-Experience in MS Office Suite is required.
-Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy is required.
Mount Sinai Health System is an equal opportunity employer. We promote
recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to
make our employees feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender,
background, or sexual orientation.