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BI Report Developer

  • Job reference: 29643
  • Location: Oxford
  • Job type: Contract
  • Start date: Not specified
  • Contact: Not specified
  • Sector: BI, Data & Analytics
  • Salary: £350 - £375 per day

I'm looking to speak with Report Developers / Visualisation specialists from a Financial Services background who have experience with designing & developing dashboards with Isense or similar reporting tools.

Experience:

  • Sisense or similar (Tableau. Qlik, SSRS or Power BI)
  • Experience with cleansing data
  • SQL Server 2012 +
  • Previous experience in facilitating workshops
  • Understanding of DWH tech (Kimball)
  • Someone that can communicate with users as well as the business

If you feel you meet these requirements or would like more details on this contract, please click apply.

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