Job ID 337125
IntaPeople are proud to be partnered with an established client within a market leading industry who offer life-changing services within their sector. Due to a large amount of growth, they now require a Business Intelligence Developer to join their team who are spread across the globe.
As the successful candidate you will be responsible for developing and maintain the data models required to generate reports for business users using Power BI. Supporting a globally based function you will also provide technical support throughout the entire Business Intelligence system and database to ensure Group activities are achieved world wide.
You will work closely with other IT Developers and report to the Director of Technology whilst building, developing and maintaining reports, dashboards using Power BI based on the business requirements and functions. Identifying data sources to support reports to add these to the Data warehouse. You will ensure all requests and change management processes are followed whilst ensuring all key data sources and models are documented and organised.
Experience and requirements:
4-5 + years’ experience within a Business Intelligence or relatable role
Extensive experience working with Power BI or similar tools
Experience of reporting data from CRM systems
Experience reporting data from ERP systems
Strong knowledge with Microsoft SQL
Knowledge with Azure Data Factor and SSIS
Package at a glance
A Competitive salary depending on experience
Hybrid or very flexible remote working position – Travel to ‘Wales’ will be needed on a Ad hoc/case by case basis
Discretionary Bonus incentive of up to 10%
Holiday allowance of 25days + Bank Holidays
An additional 3 days shut down over Christmas/New Year
Matched Pension scheme contribution up to 10%
Private Medical Insurance
Eye care vouchers etc
Travel to European cities to visit other teams/offices
For more information or a confidential chat please call Nathan Handley on (phone number removed) or click APPLY now for an immediate response.
We are not able to provide sponsorship to candidates who do not hold the relative working rights within the UK at present