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Two new health analyst jobs of the week

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It's almost the end of what has been a strange, at least referring to the weather, week in Chicago. We are going to conclude the week with two health analyst jobs that are hiring at two healthcare-related companies. Here are the brief details each position has to offer.

The first position of the week is an opening for a CRM/ERP Analyst at Collabera. The candidate for this job will be responsible for configuring objects to support requested Business Functionality according to development standards. He will also be working with documentation such as unit test cases. To qualify for this complex job, you must have a Bachelors degree in Computer Science or Engineering along with 3 years of solid work experience in Information Technology and/or Health Care. For more information on this job opening and the company, visit its posting on

The second job of the week is an opening at Aetna's Chicago office. This office is looking for a Healthcare Data Analyst that has the potential to be a telecommuter role. Some of the duties include creating ad hoc reports, develop and deploy analytic and strategic analytic and account plans for each client and conducting client contracting process. The requirements for this position include having 3-5 years of health care data analytics and consulting, time management and negotiation skills. You must have a Bachelors degree for this position as well. Visit the Monster jobs website for more information.

Those were the two new jobs of the week. For more information on these openings and other related job openings, visit



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