As a Safety and Health Data Analyst, you’ll champion the workforce safety improvements by using your strategic, forward-thinking ideas, process/data-driven analysis and database management skills to create customized safety and health reports and help us fully utilize our safety and health data management system.
How you’ll enjoy spending your day:
What you’ll bring to the table: Ideally you will have a bachelor’s degree in business information management or a related field and offer at three or more years experience in data analytics.
We are also interested in your skills in the following areas:
Come be part of an amazing team that makes a difference in our community every day! Our employees are the heart and soul of Colorado Springs Utilities and we prove it every day by investing in them through training and development and helping them achieve their goals.
Join the Colorado Springs Utilities’ team today! For more information about our organization, visit www.csu.org
ATTENTION: During the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Colorado Springs Utilities will continue advertising open positions. However, in-person interviews will discontinue for most positions until further notice. Instead, our hiring process will leverage remote technology solutions, to include the enhanced use of email, telephone and video solutions where possible. Additionally, we anticipate delays confirming start dates for successful candidates until we are able to resume more normal business operations. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.
All postings will close at 11:59pm on the Posting Close Date. Candidates must apply for the position prior to this date and time. If the Posting Close Date is blank, the position will remain open until filled.
Actual starting pay will be determined at the time of offer based on the experience, education, and training of the successful candidate.
Colorado Springs Utilities is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Our differences make us richer. Learning and growing from one another makes us more than what we were. We want our workforce to be as diverse as our business and recognize the limitless benefits of this commitment. Our desire is to have the organization reflect the diversity of the Pikes Peak Region. As an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, it is our commitment that no person shall be unlawfully discriminated against because of race, color, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, religious convictions, veteran status, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation or gender identity. Affirmative Action is Colorado Springs Utilities’ effort to ensure positive steps are taken to have a representative workforce reflective of the relevant available labor force.
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Job Type: Business Operations