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BI Technical Analyst

Job Title: BI Technical Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,Leeds
Industry:
Salary: £200 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J3007_92916
Contact Name: Pardeep Gill
Contact Email: pardeepg@montash.com
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Job Description

BI Technical Analyst - 3 months - Leeds - £200 - FTSE 250 Global Technology Client - ASAP

Montash have been engaged by a FTSE 250 global technology client to secure an BI Technical Analyst for the creation of documentation for Business Intelligence technical analysis and requirements.

Key Skills

  • An experienced BI Technical Analyst of +4 years actual structured business process analysis (across core business functions)

  • Experience in documenting BI Needs and reporting.

  • An accountable a self-starter who can work alone or as part of a wider project team

Bonus Skills

  • Consolidating different data sources into one customer data source.

  • Experience with Hyperion, Qlikview or SharePoint

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