BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENGINEER, Information Systems and Technology (IS&T), to work closely with customers and BI analysts to turn data into critical information and knowledge that can be used to make sound business decisions. Will be responsible for the full life cycle development, implementation, production support, and performance tuning of the enterprise data warehouse, data mart, and business intelligence reporting environments and for supporting the integration of those systems with other applications; and for designing and implementing reporting and analytical solutions, including the design of table structures and the processes used to populate those structures with data from internal and external sources. Position involves interacting with various development teams, project managers, internal and external customers, senior management, and external vendors.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree (or specialized training/certifications) in computer science, information systems, business management, mathematics; at least seven years' related technical experience and at least five supporting a major system; in-depth knowledge of the industry and multiple business functional areas; expert-level data analysis and data mining skills; hands-on experience supporting or working with business intelligence/data warehousing environments; experience leading and ability to work effectively with teams; and strong analytical and communication skills. Experience in a Unix/Oracle environment and experience supporting ETL processes in an Oracle environment preferred. Experience with the following would be a plus: database technologies (MySQL, MS-SQL, etc.); enterprise business intelligence/reporting tools, (IBM Cognos, SAP Business Object, Oracle OBIEE); visualizations and interactive reports (Tableau or similar); scripting languages (bash/Bourne shell, Perl, Python); C/C++/Java; and agile methodology (Scrum). Job #15115-R
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