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Data Warehouse Developer

  • Location:

    Horwich

  • Sector:

    IT Recruitment, Other Tech Jobs

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £38000 - £40000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Brendan Cross-Williams

  • Contact email:

    brendan@rgrecruitmentgroup.com

  • Contact phone:

    0161 394 2110

  • Job ref:

    BH-60118-6

  • Published:

    24 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-01-30

  • Startdate:

    2020-01-02

  • Consultant:

    Brendan Cross-Williams

Data Warehouse Developer

Bolton


£38,000

RG Recruitment is looking for a Data Warehouse Developer to work with an Award-Winning Finance Company in the North West. 

This company is going through a period of growth and are looking for a Data Warehouse Developer to join their team. You will be working in a new Business Intelligence team and you will be focussed on looking to integrate all their product together and helping with the reporting capability. This company consist of 100 members of staff and the BI team you will be working in is a small close-knit team with 3 other people. This is a new team and growing.

ETL task will be included in your day to day tasks and you will be responsible for developing ongoing Business Intelligence solutions using the underlying tech. As the Data Warehouse Developer, you will be contributing to the design, development, testing, documentation, and maintenance of reporting and analytic solutions. In addition to generating critical reports and developing extraction processes, the role will be required to be proactive in terms of responding to issues, engaging in capacity planning exercises, collaborating across the technical teams as well as with non-technical teams, automating processes where possible, and participating in business continuity tests.

As a DWH Developer you will have worked with
  • MS SQL BI Stack
  • SSMS
  • SSRS
  • SSIS
  • SQL Server
  • ETL
You will be passionate on keeping in with the trends surrounding emerging data warehouse modelling techniques i.e. Kimball and Inmon