Business Intelligence/ SSIS Developer

Business Intelligence

The Business Intelligence Developer is responsible for converting data into information the business can leverage. Using industry standard ETL tools ,SQL and Cloud technologies the BI developer sources data across multiple complex systems in order to produce valuable business information.

Your mandate:

Using both industry and domain knowledge:

  1. Add value by converting data into information
  2. Build supportable, re-usable shareable data pipelines
  3. Work with our BI Analysts to complete projects which deliver business value.
  4. Turn Data > Information > Knowledge

You will be a skilled data engineer, capable of a high degree of logical, process driven problem solving. Able to deliver to business specifications including KPIs’, Facts, Dimensions and Measures you provide technical skill and Data modelling abilities which make it easy for our end users to access information via Business Intelligence Front end Tools.

Knowledgeable in Kimball (Dimensional Modelling) you strive to turn complex source data structures into simple outputs. An expert in SQL you are comfortable exploring data and delivering findings.

Technically you will have demonstrable experience of the following;

Datawarehousing

Kimball methodology

SSIS or other ETL

Business Intelligence

SQL Server.

You will be joining an existing development team with several interesting projects approved and a move into new cutting edge technology.

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Reference: AXWJ-841227

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Consultant Andy Milford

Our Blockchain and BI specialist Andy has been recruiting for over 15 years so knows his stuff. He’s an avid hoarder (you should see under his desk) and a keen rugby union fan supporting Ireland. He occasionally pretends to know what he’s talking about regarding football (he really doesn’t) but is more likely to be found reading a book than on the terraces.