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Senior Bi Cognos Developer - Belgium - €650 - €700 per day

Job Title: Senior Bi Cognos Developer - Belgium - €650 - €700 per day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: €650 - €700 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-01024584_1496832845
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Senior Bi Cognos Developer - Belgium - 6 Months - €650 - €700 per day

Montash have been engaged by global travel organization, who are looking to acquire a Senior Bi Cognos Developer based in Belgium.

As a Senior Bi Cognos Developer, you will be based in the Product Development team that is in charge of developing the company's Global Information Systems and maintaining them aligned with company's business needs.

The Senior Cognos Developer is responsible for developing Cognos (v10.2) reports according to specifications. The Senior Cognos Developer will be a member of an Agile Scrum Team.

Main responsibilities of the Senior Cognos Developer:

  • Express issues in a clear, consistent and understandable manner (written, verbal)
  • Liaise with the UI development team to undertake Proof of Concept/interactive design tasks as necessary to prove dashboards and reports will meet requirements and can be integrated in the User Interface package/custom layout.
  • Effectively communicate with the rest of the Scrum team (Product Owner, Developer, QA Analyst and Business Analyst).
  • Effectively communicate with the rest of the Scrum team (Product Owner, Developer, QA Analyst and Business Analyst).

Technical skills required:

  • Excellent track record (5 years+) with IBM Cognos (v10.2 a plus) suite
  • Proven track record (5 years+) with IBM Cognos (v10.2 a plus) suite
  • CSS and Javascript (JQuery)
  • Cognos generated SQL review / tuning
  • Experience in the travel industry would be beneficial

Please get in touch if you are available and open to be a big challenge within one of the largest travel organizations operating globally - 0207 014 0231 or

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