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Business Intelligence Consultant

Job Title: Business Intelligence Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £50000 - £65000 per annum + competitive package
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Contact Name: Barty Isola
Contact Email: barty@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Business Intelligence Consultant

London Area

Salary: £50,000 - £65,000 + Bonus + Benefits

An opportunity has arisen within one of the fastest growing companies in the US today. With increasing demand for their services in the UK and Europe they are growing their UK office and making key strategic hires to continue to expand their market presence. You can be a key part of this fast growing team of smart and passionate people, who have successfully built a world-class analytics and planning capability as well as a great place to work.

Currently, there is an opportunity for a BI Consultant to play a key role in the UK team. You will be responsible for finding creative solutions to tough problems and designing new applications and offerings for the organisations clients. You will need to be resourceful, versatile, and unafraid to jump all in.

Desired Skills

  • BS in Computer Science or other Engineering disciplines
  • Experience with one or more of the following: Java, J2SE, J2EE, Spring, Hibernate
  • Experience with PL/SQL, Oracle, SQL Server, Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) and/or Informatica
  • Abiltity to gather and process raw data at scale (including writing scripts, web scraping, calling APIs, write SQL queries, etc.)
  • Experience with one of the following Business Intelligence platforms (Birst, Qlikview, Tableau, Business Objects, Cognos, OBIEE, Pentaho, etc) a plus
  • Understanding of data warehousing and data modeling
  • Practical knowledge of data structures and algorithms
  • Ability to take responsibility and work independently in a high pressure, time-critical environment
  • High attention to detail
  • Process unstructured data into a form suitable for analysis - and then do the analysis

 

If this opportunity is of interest then please get in touch. Call Barty Isola on 02070140230 or email your CV to barty@montash.com

 

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