Junior Analyst

  • New Jersey Hospital Association
  • Princeton, NJ
  • Mar 04, 2020
Research

Job Description

The New Jersey Hospital Association, a leading healthcare policy and advocacy organization in the State, is seeking a self-starter to work in its Center for Health Analytics, Research & Transformation (CHART). The Junior Analyst functions as a staff analyst to provide data analysis and reports for use in meeting the department’s objectives for the healthcare industry.  Individual will gather data for analysis, compile statistics and information including hospital financial statements and financial ratios and will assist in preparation of various decision support reports.  Will analyze and summarize components of the healthcare reimbursement system, monitor and review comments on regulations that would impact healthcare organizations’ financial position.   Candidate must be technically proficient in data software such as Microsoft Excel. Knowledge of relational databases such as Microsoft SQL Server preferred. Associate or Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance with previous healthcare experience preferred.

Qualified candidates should send resume with cover letter via email to NJHAJobs@njha.com or via fax 609-243-9349.  In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), should you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a currently open position with NJHA, please call 609-275-4004. 

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