Reporting Analyst

Sheridan Maine
02 Feb 2017
02 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Sheridan Maine are currently recruiting for an exciting and rapidly expanding company within the retail sector who is currently recruiting a Reporting Analyst to join their Portsmouth offices. Dynamic in nature you will have the opportunity to work alongside the BI Manager and business partner internally to support the business in using the latest Oracle BI technologies.

The business is a unique within its field and has grown expediently with more foreseen growth to come. Sheridan Maine are extremely excited to be representing this fun, funky and fresh company that boast a working environment that is something to be admired.

- Assist the BI manager in making new data available for the business to analyse.
- Support the BI Manager to ensure consistency across reporting via set up of a formal BI governance process.
- Assist the business super-users in developing approved reports and visualisations.
- Work with and challenge the business on the purpose of reporting requests, ensuring publish reports deliver clear actionable insight.
- Support the data governance team with the presentation of data quality statistics and reporting.
- Act as a reporting subject matter expert for new systems.
- Help with the design of key trading reports.
- Manage and maintain BI publisher reports used for operational reporting in B&M and Finance functions.
- Support in OBIA (finance BI tool) report writing and publishing.
- Assist the BI manager in the development of a BI competency centre.

If you are a personable and enthusiastic Reporting Analyst with strong experience using Oracle then Sheridan Maine would love to hear from you.

SM- Agy

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK full time without restriction.

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