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Business Intelligence Developer

  • Location: Addison, Texas, 75001
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 6 months ago

Our client is seeking a Business Intelligence Developer for a permanent role in Addison, Texas.

Position Summary:

  • Translate business needs to technical specifications
  • Evaluate and improve existing BI systems
  • Design, build and deploy BI solutions that provide accessible information for decision making.
  • Create relational and dimensional models for BI related projects.
  • Develop reports to support business decision making and business performing monitoring.
  • Identify data quality issues and work with appropriate teams to resolve them.
  • Conduct unit testing and troubleshooting
  • Communicate effectively across multiple departments and with stakeholders to review business requirements and propose reporting solutions.
  • Analyze product, market, and share trends to build warehouse data.
  • Develop and update technical documentation

Qualifications & Experiences: (Includes but not limited to)

  • Proven experience as a BI Developer or Data Scientist
  • Advanced SQL development skills/knowledge
  • Strong understanding of relational databases
  • Background in data warehouse design and data mining
  • Experience with BI Reporting tools, including Power BI.
  • Experience creating reports for presentation to Sr. Leadership, Board of Directors, Committees, etc.
  • Analytical mind with a problem-solving aptitude
  • Proven ability to take initiative and be innovative
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work well and contribute in a team environment
  • Expert knowledge of Microsoft Office tools to include Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Proficient knowledge of data reporting/analysis tools and techniques

Preferred skills/experiences:

  • Industry experience in Financial Services
  • ETL development experience
  • Bachelor Degree in an analytical field
  • Previous experience working in an agile development environment
  • Experience writing stored procedures