Lead BI Analyst - PowerBI, Azure - Remote - £55k

  • Job Reference: 00039611-1
  • Date Posted: 18 February 2021
  • Recruiter: CV-Library
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Salary: £45,000 to £55,000
  • Sector: I.T. & Communications, Covid-19
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Lead BI Analyst - up to £55k
SQL, PowerBI, Azure, Data warehousing
Hampshire offices with remote working options

A fantastic opportunity for an experienced BI Analyst / Data Analyst to join a business at a time of growth. The Lead BI Analyst will join a skilled IT team focussed on the evolution and enhancement of the companies services, the role offers scope for progression and would best suit candidates with 5 years commercial experience in a similar role.

The Senior BI Analyst will contribute to better communication and forecasting of the companies data, with an initial focus on data warehousing. The role will be heavily involved with data visualization using PowerBI and preferred candidates will also have experience with Azure Data warehousing and Analysis services.

This role will be offered fully remote initially with very flexible home working options once back to 'normal'.

Technical Requirements:

Commercial experience in a similar BI Analyst, Senior Data Analyst role.
Strong SQL Server skills, T-SQL
Experience with Data Warehousing - setting up data warehouses
Commercial experience with PowerBI, Tableau or similar
Understanding of Agile, SCRUM
Experience with Azure is highly desirable
Experience in a formal DevOps environment is desirable
Degree educated, IT or similar is essential This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing company, one which really cares about their employees and offers a strong benefits package and scope for progression.

The company offices are in Hampshire; commutable from Basingstoke, Southampton, Fareham but due to Covid-19 restrictions, this role will be onboarded remotely.

Please apply to this advert or contact me via our website or LinkedIn, Paul Grace, SpectrumIT

All candidates applying must be eligible to work in the UK