The Information Management Analyst reports to the Director, Information Management, and is responsible for supporting strategic and transactional work using internal database resources. This individual gathers, validates, and transforms data for use in strategic Benefits Team decision making and daily operational tasks. The Information Management Analyst supports Medical Plan pricing through the maintenance and execution of related processes, and collaborates closely with the Data Operations Manager on testing and maintenance of eligibility files. The Information Management Analyst works effectively with all levels of Board staff, adhering to standard operating procedures for internal processes and data security requirements. This individual also works with external vendor representatives, using various data sources to deliver accurate and timely reporting, reviews, reconciles, and prepares vendor claims and service fee invoices, ensures the Board pays appropriate claims and fees per contracted agreements, and identifies and resolves issues.
The Ideal Candidate Possesses
- A bachelor’s degree;
- 3 to 5 years of experience with health data intelligence solutions, including HRIS-type systems or similar;
- An understanding of medical plan design and self-funding concepts;
- Knowledge of report writing tools and concepts;
- Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications including Access, Excel, Word, and other software packages applicable to data collection and analysis; and
- Familiarity with standard medical coding such as ICD10, HCPCs, etc.
The Ideal Candidate Strongly Desires to Serve the Board of Pensions with
- An ability to take initiative and work independently with minimal instruction and supervision, and be an effective contributor in a team environment;
- An ability to adapt to changing priorities;
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communications skills;
- Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills; and
- An ability to make informed decisions and sound judgments regarding complex issues.
The Ideal Candidate Would Receive
- Medical, other health and welfare, and retirement benefits, including a defined benefit pension plan and a 403(b) retirement savings plan, along with:
- A minimum of 22 days’ personal leave, paid sick time, and paid holidays
- Generous tuition assistance
- Health and well-being resources
- Satisfaction gained from working for a service-oriented employer; and
- Volunteer and other service opportunities in the community at large.
The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
, an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, traces its roots to 1717, when Presbyterians established the Fund for Pious Uses to financially assist ministers and their families. It is a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and one of six national agencies of the General Assembly, the governing body for the PC(USA), which is the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States. The agency administers the church Benefits Plan and Assistance Program, provides educational opportunities, and manages investments of approximately $10 billion. The Board’s 185 employees view themselves as part of the ministry of serving others who serve the Church. Every employee is focused on our members, PC(USA) church employers, and other PC(USA)-affiliated organizations that we serve.
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