MICROSOFT BI-KONSULENT

Oslo
55000kr - 650000kr per annum

MICROSOFT BI-KONSULENT


KONSULENTSELSKAP


OSLO

Vil du jobbe som Microsoft BI-konsulent i et av norges fremste konsulentmiljø innen digitale løsninger? Som Microsoft BI-konsulent vil du jobbe på mange spennende prosjekter, hvor du vil hjelpe kunder med implementeringen av fremtidens analytiske løsninger. Du vil bli del av et sterkt faglig miljø, hvor du vil sammarbeide med dyktige kollegaer på tvers av avdelinger, som for eksempel Data Science og Grafisk Design.

SELSKAPET:

Konsulentselskapet er et av de beste fagmiljøene i Norge for rådgivning innen blant annet E-handel, Kunstig Intelligens, og Business Intelligence. Her vil du få muligheten til å jobbe tverrfaglig over 20 avdelinger, hvor verktøy og metoder blir satt sammen for å skape helhetlige løsninger. Som ansatt i avdelingen Innsikt & Analyse, vil du bli del av et positivt og inkluderende arbeidsmiljø som gir muligheter for både faglig og personlig utvikling.


ROLLEN:

Om du skulle lykkes i søknaden din som Microsoft BI-konsulent, vil ditt ansvar omfatte:

  • Å analysere kundens behov/utfordringer, og levere innovative teknologiløsninger som gir kunden økt forrestningsverdi
  • Rengjøring av data og sammenslåing av datasett, skriving av spørringer i SQL og visualisering av data i Power BI
  • Å jobbe på et mangfold av prosjekter innenfor ulike bransjer, både privat og offentlig
  • Holde tekniske work-shops for kunder for å sikre en omfattende brukeropplevelse på tvers av plattform og kanaler

DIN ERFARING:

Som Microsoft BI-konsulent, ser vi for oss at du:

  • Har erfaring som konsulent
  • Er kundeorientert med god forretningsforståelse
  • Har god teknisk forståelse, og interessert i å jobbe med analyse
  • Har kommersiell erfaring med SQL, SSAS, SSIS, SSRS og BI-verktøy (QlikView / PowerBI / Tableau)
  • Har en akademisk utdannelse med gode resultater innen en IT-relatert universitetsutdannelse, eller lignende
  • Er engasjert og har evnen til å vise initiativ
  • Har kjennskap til og gjerne erfaring med datavarehus-utvikling
  • Kommuniserer godt på norsk både skriftlig og muntlig

FORDELER:

  • Overskuddsdeling: felles flat bonus delt på de ansatte
  • Sjansen til å jobbe i et selskap med en flat struktur, kort beslutningsvei og muligheten til å påvirke egen hverdag
  • Flott kontor sentralt i Oslo

SØKNAD:

Vennligst registrer din interesse ved å sende din CV til Elise Myhren via Apply linken på denne siden.

NØKKELORD:

Business Intelligence Konsulent, SQL, SSAS, SSIS, Konsulent, Power BI

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