My client based in the Midlands are recruiting for a BI Developer with T-SQL. There will be extensive training and development and this position is on a permanent basis.
The suitable candidate will have solid database development skills, in Microsoft SQL Server, and have a good understanding of Reporting principles ideally with some exposure to SQL Administration. The successful candidate will be working within a team structure responsible for providing reporting services.
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