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Business Intelligence Business Analyst

Job Title: Business Intelligence Business Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £50000 - £65000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: JS-CM-BIBA
Contact Name: Colin McGill
Contact Email: colinm@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Business Intelligence Systems Analyst - Business Intelligence Business Analyst - BI Business Analyst - BI BA

My client, a leading FTSE250 organisation and recognised leader in its field, is seeking a Business Intelligence Business Analyst to join its rapidly expanding Global Business Intelligence team which has recently been centralised into one team.

The successful BI Analyst will have deep technical knowledge of Business Intelligence but also the ability to interact and engage with senior business stakeholders. You will have a solid track record of designing and delivering BI solutions to large volumes of users.

Skills:

  • Over 5-7 years of BI experience
  • Strong experience of requirements capture, analysis and design
  • Excellent experience with Business Intelligence tools and technologies
  • Extensive experience using prototyping approach to sanction requirements and designs
  • Experience training and supporting senior business stakeholders in BI solutions
  • Strong stakeholder engagement, ability to build relationships with senior users
  • Ability to challenge the status quo when needed
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Experience with any business intelligence application like Hyperion, Cognos, Business Objects, or preferably OBIEE.

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