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BI Qlikview Analyst

Job Title: BI Qlikview Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £250 - £300 per annum + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months+
REF: SD02
Contact Name: Samuel Dinnadge
Contact Email: samueld@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

Contract length: 6 months

Montash have been engaged with a leading pharmaceutical company in order to source a BI Analyst with ESSENTIAL Qlikview experience.

You will be responsible for moving data and producing dashboards and reports out of Qlikview, also will be extracting data with SQL then representing this through Qlikview.

Experience using Workday would be great, but not essential.

This is an initial 6 month contract with great possibility for extension and permanent opportunities.

Ideal Experience

  • Data extraction skills
  • Qlikview experience
  • Building dashboard and reports using Qlikview
  • Experience using WorkDay would be nice
  • SQL experience

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