Lead Dashboard Developer

New York
Benefits

Lead Dashboard Developer
New York
$160,000 + Benefits - Remote working to begin with

A leading Insurance company is looking for a Lead Dashboard Developer to join them in NewYork! You will work with stakeholders to gather requirements and build visualizations and dashboards from scratch using a combination of Tableau, R Shiny and Python! It's an excellent opportunity to work closely with Data Scientists and really see the impact of your work in a fast tech driven company.

THE ROLE - Lead Dashboard Developer
As the Lead Dashboard Developer, your responsibilities will include:

  • Creating bespoke Tableau and PowerBI dashboards and reports from scratch and automation
  • Team Lead
  • Working with both present and legacy datasets
  • Data manipulation, ETL and database coding in R & Python
  • Liaising with both technical and non-technical stakeholders from C-Level down to gather requirements and build dashboards
  • Working on several projects simultaneously

You will need:

  • Ability to build Tableau dashboards and reports from scratch
  • Ability to work with complex, legacy datasets
  • Experience using R or R Shiny

HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply for this position, please do so via this site.
For information on this role or other roles in the BI Analytic market please get in touch with Sandra Namatovu at

KEYWORDS

SQL, Excel, VBA, Data, Developer, Reporting, BI, Analytics, Qlik, Tableau, Looker, Developer, Python, RShiny, Powerbi

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