Power BI Developer - Microsoft BI - Greenwich - Permanent
Are you a BI Developer who is looking for a new and exciting role within the Greenwich Area? Or are you a Junior Developer career looking to take that next step within your career?
My client is looking for a Power BI Developer to join their expanding team within a company that is known throughout the UK as an industry leader in employee training, benefits, and career progression plans. Most of the current team have been with the company for over 5 years and some have been there for over 10 years!
This role will also involve a candidate utilising Power BI and SQL and will require regular stakeholder interaction across all teams.
Along with the above responsibilities the client requires the following experience and skill set:
- Experience with Power BI and DAX
- Experience with SQL, specifically SSIS and SSRS
NICE TO HAVE SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
- Azure Data warehousing (Data Lake or Databricks preferably)
- SSAS (Tabular)
- Relational and Dimensional Data Modelling
- ETL (Data Cleansing/Quality)
- Data Visualisation and Design
- Experience working in an Agile environment utilising Agile SCRUM
SALARY & BENEFITS:
Up to £55,000 per annum
Comprehensive Initial Training Structure
Defined and achievable bonus and promotion targets
Continued inhouse and offsite support for all employees
Industry leading benefits and employee retention
This role will not be around for long so if you are interested, please send an up to date CV to Alex Nuttall email@example.com or call 0203 826 6686 for a catch up in complete confidence. Also, this company is hiring at different levels, so if you feel that you could be a better fit for a more Senior or Junior level, please still get in contact so we can discuss how your background in more detail.
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