Senior BI Developer

United Kingdom
£45000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
30 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Business Intelligence Developer - Central London - circa. £50,000

Your new company

A large public sector organisation based in Central London is looking to recruit an experienced BI developer to help drive their data and capabilites. This role will be key in helping this organissation drive their digital and data strategy.

Your new role

As a Senior Business Intelligence Developer, you will be responsible for designing, developing and implementing a new cloud based managed datawarehouse solution. Working in a team of 9, you will provide key technical expertise around Data and Buisness Intelligence

As the lead on the project, it will be your responsibility to design and implement the Datawarehouse Solution using Azure and traditional BI tools such as SQL Server, MS Stack as well as visualisation software such as Tableau/PowerBI.

What you'll need to succeed
Previously designed and implemented Data Warehouse Solutions
Excellent SQL Server and MS Stack (SSIS, SSRS and SSAS) knowledge.
Experience using Azure (or similar Cloud based technology).
Working knowledge of Visualisation tools such as Tableau (Qlikview or Power BI are possible alternatives)
Experience of working within agile methodologies

What you'll get in return
A salary package of up to £55k and the opportunity to work within a large public sector organisation who offer a great benefits package including 28 days holiday. The organisation is continously embracing new technologies so there will be constant opportunity to expand on your skills.

What you need to do now
We have interview times as early as next week so if interested, click 'apply now' ASAP.

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