Job ID :
Company :
DC Government
Location :
washington, DC
Type :
Duration :
1 Year
Status :
Openings :
Posted :
7 years ago
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Est. Start Date 6/25/12
Est. End Date 6/21/13
Medicaid Business Process Analyst 
Level of Request Normal
Incumbent Resource? No
# of Openings 1
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) is seeking a qualified Business Process Analyst (BA)
with experience collecting and cleaning data from a variety of sources and creating user friendly data files. Also
candidate should have experience working with large and complex data sets. Also have knowledge of the Federal
government education environment including relevant statutes, regulations, and guidance; familiarity with national
and local education advocacy groups and stakeholders a plus. Should have the ability to review technical
correspondence sufficient to recognize and propose solutions to complex and unusual data requests
Requested Skill/Experience Required?
Amount of
Experience Expertise Rating
Experience in Federal government education environment Required 6 Years 3 - Expert
Experience in reviewing technical data correspondence Required 5 Years 3 - Expert
Experience working with large and complex data sets Required 4 Years 2 - Proficient
Knowledge of Medicaid Billing systems as it relates to Educational entities. Required 3 Years 2 - Proficient
Microsoft Excel 2010 Required 2 Years 3 - Expert
Microsoft Word 2010 Required 2 Years 2 - Proficient
Propose solutions to complex and unusual data requests Required 4 Years 2 - Proficient
Knowledge of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Highly desired 4 Years 2 - Proficient
Short Description Business Process Analyst with knowledge and experience in the areas of Medicaid Billing and the related
processes. This will involve services and transportation Medicaid Billing for OSSE.

Candidate must possess outstanding verbal and written communications skills, demonstrate superb leadership,
planning, organizational, and communication skills.