Data Warehouse Developer

Ref No. CLGNATIBIDEV
Salary £55,000 - £65,000/annum
Location City of London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status

Introduction

A SQL Data Warehouse Developer is required to develop, support and maintain BI solutins in line with the company's architectural vision.

Important

SQL Data Warehouse Developer

The Job

A SQL Data Warehouse Developer is required to work for a leading financial services client of mine based in the City of London. The successful candidate will develop, support and maintain BI solutions in line with the company's architectural vision. My client are looking to migrate to SQL Server 2017-19 and are looking for a BI Developer with experience of IT development processes and delivery lifecycles. previous experience of SQL Server platform upgrades would be advantageous.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Demonstrable skills in SQL Server 2012, 2016, T-SQL, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS, DQS, MDS , Power BI
  • Demonstrable skills in Data warehousing, data lakes and big data solutions.
  • Demonstrable experience within Microsoft applications and platforms.
  • Azure experience beneficial.

Experience

  • Good proven experience of SQL Server 2012, 2016, T-SQL, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS, DQS, MDS , Power BI
  • Good experience and knowledge of Microsoft development, test and project technologies

If you are a SQL Data Warehouse Developer keen to be involved in greenfield projects and have a strong SQL Server and Microsoft BI skill-set please apply below.

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