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£35,000 - £45,000 per annum + pension + benefits - Business Intelligence - East Anglia
Ref: 98 Date Posted: Friday 26 May 2017

I am currently recruiting for a BI Analyst – PowerBI, Tableau, SQL to play a critical role within a growing team for a multi-award winning business.

My client is looking for someone who can come in and help to drive the future direction of a key business area. This is an amazing time to join this business as you will be playing a critical role, in which you will be responsible for the collation, analysis and presentation of KPI’s. Your contribution will ensure that business-critical information is delivered on time, ensuring that the Data Quality is of the highest standards and will play a key part in the delivery of my client’s Data Strategy.

The role is mainly focused on the analysis of core business KPI’s and the delivery to stakeholders in a visually creative and effective manner.

What you will do:

  • You will be responsible for the creation and analysis of multiple reports and dashboards as required from the business.
  • You will work with different internal stakeholders to identify and analyse key performance data understand future trends, innovation and opportunities. 
  • You will provide training and support to develop understanding across the organisation.

The skills you will need:

  • A proven track record of BI analysis including manipulating databases and spreadsheets using SQL.
  • A strong understanding of automating reports and self-service dashboards.
  • A proven track record of collating data from multiple sources and presenting relevant information to technical and non-technical stakeholders.

What you can expect:

  • You will receive a competitive salary with a fantastic benefits package.
  • Proven career progression.
  • Continuous training and courses on the latest tech.

To be considered for this amazing opportunity, please click on the link below with a copy of your CV.

Ethan Clark looks after this role for KDR, if you have a question get in touch...

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