Sr Reporting Developer BI&A
Description: JOIN US AS A SENIOR REPORTING DEVELOPER BI&A
Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Business Intelligence, Analyst
Gather and analyze data to solve complex problems and generate actionable insight in support of data driven decision making.
Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As a Senior Reporting Developer BI&A, you'll take the lead as you...
• Interface with the Target business representatives to validate business requirements/requests and present minimum viable product iterations.
• Determine best method to gather, model, manipulate and present data. Gather business requirements and translates business questions into requirements
• Performs statistical analysis to support business needs. Designs, develops, and delivers analytical solutions, resulting in decision support or models.
• Communicates to share knowledge and findings. Presents results in a manner that the business partners can understand, ensuring interpretation, appropriate detail and usability.
• Builds visualizations of results and report requests consistent to clearly articulate outcomes to business users at all levels
• Documents methodologies used in the execution of projects.
• Collaborates with an agile team and clients to define, size and prioritize tasks
• BA/BS Required
• Quantitative related degree preferred (e.g. math, econ, statistics)
• 2+ years relevant experience (e.g. reporting)
• Programming exposure (e.g. R, Python, Java)
• Strong problem solving and analytical skills
• Exposure pulling and joining datasets using PostgreSQL or Hive SQL
• Experience/Exposure to: Visualization, Database Architecture, Data Mining, Ability to use the various tools we are engaging: (Postgres, Python, Hadoop, GitHub, Teradata Studio, R Studio, DataStream, Domo)
• Curiosity/willingness to learn new tools and techniques
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