BI Developer - £55k
Fully remote (occasional travel to client sites)
Nigel Frank are partnered with a MS Gold Partner that specialises in Microsoft Business Intelligence Solutions. Built on the Azure Data Platform and SQL Server, they are looking to add consultants experienced in the aforementioned technology, joining them at a very exciting time in their growth. Over the past few years they've increased their workforce considerably, working with clients across a range of industries including finance, retail and the public sector.
During this period of growth, they have received, and will continue to receive, huge investments. They will continue to expand by developing further specialised teams in Power BI, Power Platform, Data Engineering and Data Science. There couldn't be a better time to get involved.
As a BI Developer, you will be expected to get involved in everything, everyone pitches in everywhere. This is an end-to-end BI & Data Warehouse Developer position. As a consultant, this role will be very people facing.
For this role, the experience required includes:
* SQL Server
* Data Warehouse development
* Power BI
* Azure Data Platform (desirable)
Ideally previous consultancy experience would be beneficial, however this is a great opportunity for someone looking to get into a consultancy.
This is a salaried position paying up to £55,000 and offers a fully remote working model. However, to proceed with this role you would have to be willing to travel to client sites when needed, with expenses paid for
* Up to £10,000 bonus per year
* Good pension contribution
* Flexible working hours
* Paid MS certifications and exams
To apply for this role, please send an up to date CV to L.firstname.lastname@example.org or click apply.
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