SENIOR BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE KONSULENT

Oslo
600000kr - 700000kr per annum

SENIOR BI-KONSULENT


KONSULENTSELSKAP


OSLO


Vil du jobbe som Senior BI-konsulent i et av norges fremste konsulentmiljø innen IT-løsninger? Som Senior BI-konsulent vil du jobbe på mange spennende prosjekter, og hjelpe kunder til å implementere fremtidens analytiske løsninger. Du vil bli del av et sterkt faglig miljø, hvor du vil sammarbeide med dyktige kollegaer på tvers av avdelinger.

SELSKAPET:

Konsulentselskapet er et av de beste fagmiljøene i Norge for rådgivning innen blant annet Business Intelligence, digitale løsninger, og analyse. 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 Senior 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 Qlikview, Tableau eller PowerBI
  • Å Jobbe på et mangfold av prosjekter innenfor ulike bransjer, både private og offentlige
  • Holde tekniske work-shops for kunder

DIN ERFARING:

Som Senior 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, avansert Excel- 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

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 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, Excel, Konsulent, Tableau, BI-konsulent

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Oslo
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