My Dublin based client is looking for a BI Tech lead with Teradata SQL + ETL experience to join the team permanently
Business Intelligence Specialist
-Technical design and implementation of Teradata SQL applications, ETL development and Big Data analytics
-Information and analytics delivery to business users as required using Business Intelligence tools and/or other software tools.
-Technical lead for the Delivery of the Data and the Reporting elements of IT/Business Projects by gathering requirements, sizing and designing solutions, overseeing development tasks and creating reports.
-Develop new reports and analyse existing reports using MicroStrategy.
-Cross functional stakeholder management including requirements gathering and analysis.
-Maintenance of formal Data Model, and database entity relationships.
-Provision of periodic weekend / on-call support.
Role & Responsibilities:
-Help develop Teradata applications to meet business requirements using Teradata SQL, ETL and MicroStrategy.
-Responsible for delivering end to end solutions using Agile methodology with optimal performance and data storage.
-Accountable for delivery of the Data and Reporting elements of IT projects across each stage of delivery lifecycle via resource management, requirements management, project plan, design, development and testing.
-Project sizing and feasibility studies.
-Efficiency tuning of Teradata (Statistics / Partitioning / Join indexing / Parallelism).
-Production and review of design documents.
-Undertake ad-hoc data analysis and reporting using SQL and MicroStrategy.
-Support of mission critical, near real time processes and resolution of issues.
-Deliver software and hardware upgrades to Data Warehouse and ETL tools
-Ensure sufficient quality checks in place to detect or resolve issues with input data
-Database and Virtual server space analysis and maintenance
-Develop and execute detailed Test Plans
-Maintain Teradata Data Model using Erwin
-Strong focus on adherence to standards/methodologies (Sarbanes Oxley)
-Support implementation of solutions for Business Unit Reporting needs (using Microstrategy BI query tool)
-New jobs / Modification of existing jobs – Unix scripts
-Report and query outputs, using SQL and MicroStrategy
Combination of technical and business skills
2-3 years technical experience, in a data analytics or data scientist role
Knowledge of reporting tools an advantage
Working knowledge of complex data models
Experience of complex solutions and full project management lifecycle development/methodologies
Experience on at least one large Data Warehouse or MIS project
Experienced at debugging complex logic
Strong communications skills
3rd Level Degree in IT
Hands-on experience of UNIX, TERADATA and AB INITIO, MicroStrategy while not essential, would be a distinct advantage.
Knowledge of Telecommunication industry (Fixed Line and Mobile), not essential, but a distinct advantage.
Programming background – database knowledge; Strong SQL, ETL tools, file manipulation eg Unix skills
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