Integration Analyst

Recruiter
Anatwine
Location
Cheltenham
Posted
11 Jan 2018
Closes
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Anatwine is an exciting and fast-paced software company working with the world's largest online fashion retailers and global fashion brands. Its mission is to connect all the stock of the world’s leading brands to the world’s leading retailers. Anatwine enables brands and online retailers to integrate their business processes, systems and stock files to eliminate inefficiencies and maximise sales.

The first integrated service was completed between Superdry and Zalando back in 2013 and Anatwine has since grown to over 120 staff across 3 global locations (Cheltenham HQ, London and New York,) servicing markets across Europe, US, and Asia.

Due to unprecedented growth Anatwine are looking to add a number of Data Integration Analysts to their project teams. You will be at the forefront of multiple complex projects, involving the world's most famous fashion brands and retailers who wish to be integrated via Anatwine's online platform.

Your involvement will begin at the implementation phase after a handover from the business analyst. You will then see the integration through the remainder of the full project life cycle. This role would suit someone who loves data, but also someone with the hunger to grow internally, a large number of our Integration Analysts are now Business Analysts, Product Owners or Solution Consultants.

Skills required:

  • Good working knowledge of data structures and the mapping of data between systems.
  • A strong understanding of SQL databases.
  • A good understanding hierarchical data in XML file format.
  • A basic understanding of JSON data objects.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Mine and analyse large datasets, producing gap analysis reports.
  • Data migration project experience.
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to simplify complex issues to someone that is not technically minded.

  • This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/79164215