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Competency: Analytical

Job Skills
Analytical
Administrative Skill
Decision Making
Quality
Problem Solving
Initiative
Innovation
Goals
Time Management
Change Management
Juggling Multiple Responsibilities
Achievement
Results Oriented
Commitment To Result
Technical
Technology Use/Management
Clarity
Excellence
Objectives
Managing Risk
Safety
Regulatory/Compliance


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Data Driven
  • Analyzes data and information from several sources and arrives at logical conclusions.
  • Connects experiences, analyzes the facts and spots issues across a wide array of legal and business issues to see patterns and draw conclusions not readily apparent to others.
  • Is comfortable working with numbers and data.
  • Uses analytical techniques to assure that adequate resources are available to meet the needs of the department.
  • Examining problems in depth and from multiple points of view.


Develops Knowledge
  • Identifies the root cause of a problem.
  • Understands complex issues and problems.
  • Understands and capitalizes on relationships between conflicting goals.


Problem Solving
  • Analyzes issues and reduces them to their component parts.
  • Divides complex problems or tasks into components/parts for further analysis.
  • Uses appropriate techniques to solve problems.
  • Determines important parameters or issues to take into account when solving problems.


Detail Oriented
  • Identifies discrepancies and inconsistencies in reports.
  • Selects the appropriate techniques for analysis.


Interpretation
  • Able to interpret financial data, reports, balance sheets, and cash flow analysis.
  • Can effectively interpret and analyze data.
  • Organizes information for decision making.


Comparative Analysis
  • Evaluates the integrity and comparability of data and identify existing gaps.
  • Identifies patterns in conflicting information, events, or data.
  • Identifies deviations from stated goals and objectives.
  • Balances risks and costs with the rewards and probabilities of success when decisions.


Understands Business Impact
  • Prioritizes various actions to be taken when solving a problem.
  • Identifies the part of the business value chain that is affected by a particular decision or action, diagnoses the situation, and prioritize what needs to be done and who needs to be involved.
  • Recognizes patterns, draws logical conclusions, and makes recommendations for action.