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800,000 - 850,000 SEK
Are you a Data Designer / Engineer passionate about making data more accessible and straightforward? Do you want to work in an eclectic team for a global company leading the way in the digital world, providing smart solutions to clients to optimise their operations? This is a great opportunity to get involved in an ever-growing market with a well-defined career development path!
As a Data Designer for this company, you will be part of an established (and still growing!) global company that currently lead in providing solutions to their clients and customers using their wide base of employees with expertise in technology, business, and industry. They strive to provide new ways of presenting data to clients, making it easier to use and more accessible for anyone, not just the experts! The company offers room for development in your career, with opportunities to take on further responsibilities if you so wish.
Your responsibilities as a Data Designer will be to make sure that data is presented in a way that provides ease to use it in analysis and decision-making. This will include but not be limited to daily tasks such as:
* Planning and bringing data warehouses and storage to delivery
* Engaging in individual projects where you will be responsible for designing customised data services
* Liaise with clients to ensure you understand their needs and demands
* Maintain data warehouse architecture
* Assist in the development of business intelligence tools
* Report on KPIs and indicate opportunities for improvement and highlight any issues
YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
The company utilises some programs you will be expected to have some professional experience with:
* Good knowledge and experience with Azure Cloud Platform
* Knowledge of how to apply certain models, techniques and technologies to a business setting
* Comfortable with statistical and data visualisation tools
* Experience working with SQL, R, DAX or equivalent
* Can speak both Swedish and English
* A Bachelor's degree in a computational degree OR a combination of education and experience
* Mid-level professional experience in a relevant industry
The successful candidate will receive a salary, dependent on experience between 800,000 and 850,000 SEK. On top of the salary, you can expect some extra benefits such as:
* Holiday allowances
* Flexible working
* Passionate culture
* Extensive training
* Opportunity to travel
HOW TO APPLY:
Please register your interest by sending your CV to Ella Scroby via the Apply link on this page.
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