BI / SQL Developer / Data Platforms Manager - £35k - £40k + excellent benefits - London (Waterloo)
TSQL, SSIS, SQL Server, Microsoft BI Stack, Data Delivery
Avanti Recruitment is working with the largest, most exciting advertising and digital media company in the world. If you would like to work for an amazing global company in a fantastic culture, this is a perfect role for someone who is a true data specialist.
You will join the Data Platforms team, which sits in the Data and Technology department within the TAPP (Technology, Audiences, Platforms, Products) function.
The core responsibilities of the Data and Technology department include the design and delivery of data management and BI solutions, provision of technology and data consultancy to clients and digital ad operations.
As BI / SQL Developer / Data Platforms Manager you will be responsible for installing, maintaining and developing existing end-to-end data solutions for a number of agency clients. This includes data acquisition from 3rd party platforms, enterprise-level ETL, SQL Server data warehouse schema and SQL Server OLAP cubes, all the way through to supporting the end client data delivery (reports, ad-hoc cube queries etc.).
Must be numerate, data savvy and have 3+ years of experience in data management, specifically in development context (version control, testing, documentation, deployment processes)
Be fluent in TSQL concepts and syntax
Display a solid understanding of ETL processing, with significant experience in SSIS
Demonstrate experience in at least one programming language; preferably Python, C#.
Strong expertise in data solution architecture, preferably based around Microsoft technologies (SQL Server, SSIS, Analysis Services, SharePoint etc.)
For more information on this exciting role, please feel free to contact Mike Walton at Avanti.
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