Business Intelligence Analyst

New York
US$121925 - US$146310 per annum

$100,000 - $120,000


Are you a BI analyst looking to change the e-commerce industry? If so, this opportunity with a growing SAAS company is the one for you.

This rapidly growing e-commerce, digital marketing company is looking for a young, tech-savvy, skilled BI analyst to join their team in the heart of New York! You will have the opportunity to work in a fun-fast paced environment at this SAAS company and work closely with their teams from all over the world.

Working with a vibrant team in the heart of New York, you will be challenged in the right way and work with some incredibly bright colleagues that will encourage your work and provide stimulating commercial discussions. You will have the opportunity to work on many different components that influence consumer interactions and experiences online.

As a Senior Business Intelligence Analyst, your responsibilities will include:

  • Utilize data visualization tools to promote the use of data driven decision making
  • Meeting and working with stakeholders to understand business needs
  • Pulling data from Redshift in an AWS environment using SQL
  • Creating pipelines and dashboards in tableau

You will need:

  • Educated to a degree level in a numerate discipline (Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Computer Engineering)
  • Proven experience with a Business Intelligence Tool
  • Advanced SQL experience
  • Proven commercial experience with tableau
  • Advanced experience with sales and marketing data

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Caroline Schlueter via the Apply link on this page.

Analyst, Business Intelligence, SQL, Data Visualization, Tableau, QlikView, Sales, Marketing, SAAS

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