Consultant, Data Engineering

About the job

As a Consultant, Data Engineering, you know the importance of data to business. You design and set up projects that bring together information from a variety of sources, to enable analysis and decision-making. You make sure that data is accessible and easy to use, so that it can be used for routine and ad-hoc analysis.

Day to day, you will:

  • Use your knowledge to plan and deliver data warehouse and storage

  • Take part in designing and running bespoke data services for individual projects

  • Stay up to date with business best practice in using and retrieving data

  • Design, develop, adapt and maintain data warehouse architecture and relational databases that support data mining

  • Customize storage and extraction, metadata, and information repositories

  • Create and use effective metrics and monitoring processes

  • Help to develop business intelligence tools

  • Support deal teams by providing subject knowledge and solutions for client proposals

  • Author reports that include key performance indicators, show where current operations can be improved, and identify the causes of any problems

  • Create and maintain report forms and formats, information dashboards, data generators and canned reports, as well as other information portals and resources

  • Travel as required.

Your skills

You' re got great experience in data and analysis, and how to source, store and share information . You're a problem solver who's happy to work autonomously and to share their knowledge and skills, as well as guiding other team members.

Your skills and experience include:

• Database, storage, collection and aggregation models, techniques and technologies - and how to apply them in business

• Employing statistical and data visualization tools and techniques

• Experience in structured problem solving

• Great project and people management

• Using SharePoint, PowerPivot, SRRS, Excel - including pivot tables and macros

• Working with SQL .

You're likely to have a Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics, Statistics or another relevant field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. You als o have three to five years of relevant professional experience.


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