The Best Business Decisions Are Based On Business Intelligence

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Consider yourself a “big data” geek? Then imagine getting to work with the trove of data that the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has access to through their consumer brands and products around the world.

That’s exactly what you get to wrap your brain around in a new, open position at J&J. Their Architect role for Business Intelligence & Analytics is based in Morris Plains, New Jersey and gives the right person end-to-end responsibility for designing and guiding the technical architecture for how to capture and analyze all the business information, data and trends J&J has access to. It’s an international role too: with management over both North America as well as Latin American systems.

J&J is an employer renown for it’s committing to supporting families. Recently they expanded their parental leave policies to include 17 paid weeks of maternity leave as well as 8 paid weeks of paternity for new parents. Many roles at J&J provide flexibility, and they even offer support such as adoption and surrogacy assistance as well as a global breast milk shipping program for working mothers who travel.

Learn more information about the qualifications for the BI & Analytics role, or read more about what it’s like for women working at Johnson & Johnson!

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