Cognos V10 Developer

Business Intelligence

Are you a Business Intelligence (Cognos) Developer with experience of Cognos V10, Data warehousing, Cognos Framework Manager and High-level SQL Scripting? Then this could be the perfect role for you.

Essential Experience:

  • Data Warehouse experience
  • IBM Cognos BI v10
  • IBM Cognos Connection
  • Framework Manager High level SQL script writing
  • Knowledge of relational databases

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Design, develop unit test and support of Cognos v10 reports
  • Providing second level support to all IT Reports and tools
  • Liaise with business partners and their teams, to interpret client needs
  • Create design specifications and develop Cognos reports to meet the needs of a fast-paced, quickly changing business in a timely manner
  • Adhere to the project plan timelines
  • Document the reports and tools so they can be supported and enhanced by other developers
  • Unit test the report/tool to minimize bugs found in user acceptance testing
  • Support of all in-house reports & tools and prioritise fixes to bugs as required by the business
  • Ensure knowledge of all in-house reports & tools built by the team and support as necessary

If you think this role could be of interest or you would like to find out more, please get in touch. 

Tags; Cognos, TM1, Cognos planning analytics, Cognos Business Analytics, TM1 Consultant, Cognos Consultant, Analytics Consultant, Enterprise Planning, IBM Cognos, Cognos V10, Cognos v11, Business Intelligence, Cognos Reporting, Dashboards, ETL, SQL Server, Cognos Framework manger, Data Manager

Reference: ABUQ-435618

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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.