Hot Jobs in IT and Customer Service

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Check out American Fidelity’s hot jobs this week in IT and Customer service in Oklahoma City. Apply now or share with your friends!

Data Warehouse/Business Intelligence Developer

American Fidelity is hiring a DW/BI developer to develop ETL processes and work in relational and multi-dimensional environments. This position will develop basic business intelligence applications and be responsible for testing, monitoring and validating data warehouse activities.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field and five to 10 years of experience. If you understand these acronyms and have experience with these programs and tools, this might be the job for you: SQL Server, Access, Oracle, Essbase, ETL, ERD and OLAP. Skills needed include communications, organizational, collaboration, project management and time management. Candidates will also be expected to teach end users how to use the business intelligence tools and associated data sources.

Customer Service Team Leader

Looking to grow your career while helping others? Apply now for our Customer service team leader opening. This position will coordinate and monitor daily service team activities to achieve Customer service objectives and provide guidance to team members and external Customers.

Candidates need three to five years of experience, with experience in insurance administration and/or leadership. You also need supervisory, diplomacy, communications, leadership, motivational, organizational and time management skills.

Job Openings and Hiring Process

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