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£40,000 - £50,000 per annum - Bedfordshire - BI & DW - South East
Ref: 355 Date Posted: Tuesday 02 Oct 2018
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Fancy working for a company who’ll really take your career to the next level as a client-facing Senior Data Analyst; creating ETL processes, manipulating data with SQL and working with your very own portfolio of customers? If you’re thinking yes, this could be just the role for you!

Our client is an innovative software company based in the Bedfordshire geography, now looking to make their next hire and bring in a real database professional into their professional services team. 

You’ll need to be a hands-on ETL professional, no specific tool – (although if you’ve used Talend this would be a real advantage) with extensive experience of SQL Server for Database querying. You’ll be a natural communicator, with a flair for building strong relationships with both internal & external stakeholders. This role will see you playing a pivotal role in helping our client to enhance their in-house award-winning product.

Key Skills and Experience:

  • The ability to articulate analysis to a non-technical audience
  • Most recent hands-on experience of database design, development & implementation
  • Experience in a Business Intelligence or Data Environment
  • Strong SQL skills
  • ETL experience
  • You will need excellent communication skills both written and verbally
  • Ability to work quickly under time constraints in a fast-paced & demanding environment 
  • You should be a natural relationship builder and should have the desire to work in an autonomous close-knit team.

In return, you can expect a competitive salary, free on-site parking + other benefits, as-well as the chance to learn new skills with Big Data. 

To be considered for this role, please click on the apply link below with your updated CV and salary expectations.

Amy Saulino

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

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