BI Analyst

About the Position

Database & Business Intelligence
Ipswich, Suffolk
£40,000 - £50,000 per annum

Job Role

The business operates in a consultancy style fashion, working with lots of clients across different industries and they’re looking for a BI Analyst to join their Data & Applications team. You’ll be joining an existing team Data Analysts, and you’ll be responsible for the collection, understanding and presentation of customers data which in turn will help them in making better decisions to help them achieve their goals.

Once the data has been understood and interpreted, the BI Analyst will need to be able to build a reporting dashboard to present to the client and communicate effectively, talking the client through their findings, what it means to them and ‘telling a story’ with the data, quantifying the impact of recommended changes and utilising best practice tools and techniques.

Requirements & Experience

Technology wise, we’re looking for good working knowledge of one data visualisation tool (PowerBI, Tableau, Qlik) as well as the likes of SQL, Excel, SSIS / SSRS and other ETL tools.

You will also be comfortable discussing and presenting your findings as this is a position that actively talks to the business and clients, explaining and contextualising data findings and insights.

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