BI Analyst

About the Position

Database & Business Intelligence
Ipswich, Suffolk
£35,000 - £45,000 per annum

Job Role

The business operates within the Financial Services industry and their looking for a BI Analyst to join their Data & Reporting team to help support the digital transformation of the business through the development of customer-centric data procedures, which in turn will help the senior management team in making better decisions to improve operational effectiveness and efficiency.  This is a role where your work will have a real impact on the overall business.

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

Requirements & Experience

You will be responsible for identifying data sources for the effective analysis and review of various business functions, documenting activity and making recommendations on potential improvements. The BI Analyst will lead these reviews from strategy to execution whilst monitoring and quantifying the impact of recommended changes, utilising best practice tools and techniques to communicate business data and insights to non-technical stakeholders at all levels.

Technology wise, we’re looking for the likes of SQL, Excel, Power BI, SSIS / SSRS and other ETL tools.

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