Utah Retirement Systems (URS) provides benefits for state and other Utah public employees. It has two divisions. The Retirement Office administers pension and retirement savings plans. PEHP specializes in medical, dental, life, and other benefits.
Performs a variety of systems/analyst functions involving complex technical duties related to the timely and reliable functioning of business and computer software systems for the use of others. Manages the implementation of computer systems throughout the development life cycle. Incumbents at this level develop more complex long-term projects and are required to develop program and system design and coding specifications. They may function as team leader and supervise a project team on an occasional basis.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or equivalent; AND five (5) years of progressively responsible software application experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Specific experience in systems analysis, design and programming preferred.
Experience with SQL Server Reporting Service preferred.
Knowledge of institutional investment management principles and practices and platforms (DTC, SWIFT, FIX, OASYS, CTM) preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
This list contains knowledge, skills, and abilities that are typically associated with the job. It is not all-inclusive and may vary from position to position:
Required technical skills include:
Requires competency with T-SQL as well as stored procedures and functions, ability to thoroughly investigate and understand data, capably manage complex data relationships, and efficiently implement robust and accurate query logic.
Required mathematical skills include working knowledge of:
Must possess excellent communication skills:
Must have the ability to:
The incumbent must always demonstrate judgment, high integrity, and personal values consistent with the values of URS.
Incumbent performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require a variety of physical activities which do not generally involve muscular strain, but do require activities related to walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required to perform essential functions.