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Business Intelligence Analyst

Job Title: Business Intelligence Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Berkshire, Berkshire
Industry:
Salary: £37000 - £43000 per annum + competitive package
REF: BIRepAn
Contact Name: Barty Isola
Contact Email: barty@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

BI Reporting Analyst

Berkshire

£37,000 - £43,000

Montash have an exciting new opportunity with a large UK Utility company. As a Business Intelligence Reporting Analyst, you are to act as a key input to reporting developments and projects to maintain consistency and standards. This is a role for someone who would pride in delivering excellent service to over 10 million customers nationwide.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Working closely with the business in defining the key reporting problems to solve
  • Setting standards for reporting tools and techniques, advises on their application, and ensures compliance
  • Developing new universes and ETL transformations
  • Working with the BI architect to design the vision for Business Objects development across the company
  • In partnership with the Data Team in IMCC ensuring the accuracy of reporting
  • Managing the relationship with our IT partners to keep accurate system information and design and content documentation
  • Managing the investigation of corporate reporting requirements, and co-ordinates the application of data analysis and reporting techniques with the IT Partner
  • Creating and running best practice workshops with business users to teach and inform them on the tool capabilities and best practice to maximise the power of reporting
  • Developing proof of concept reports and promoting new ways of reporting using the Business Objects 4.1 toolset
  • Advocating the use of advance techniques in the Business Objects 4.x toolset
  • Drive initiatives to maximise the key features and components of the Business Objects platform and drive initiatives to standardise, optimise and innovate

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
  • Previous experience in reporting analysis
  • Experience in Stakeholder management and engagement
  • Knowledge of the uses of IT in the Utility sector
  • Experience of Business objects, Qilksense or similar reporting tools
  • Knowledge and experience of Business Analysis Techniques, Application Development methods and Information Capture Techniques
  • Experience in using Business Objects 3.0 or higher, Advanced Report Design and Universe Design Business Objects 4.x, Webintelligence 4.x, SAP Dashboards or Application Systems

If this opportunity Interests you please contact Andreea Antoniu on andreeaa@montash.com, or Barty Isola on barty@montash.com or call 0207 014 0230.

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