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MSSQL Database system analyst

Населено мястоSofia grad, Sofia, Bulgaria PP Adecco

ПозицияSpecialist

Дата2019-06-19

КатегорияIT and Telecommunications




MSSQL Database system analyst


We believe our that high business results and a stable presence on the market are the results of the talent and all the hard work of our employees. That is why we strive to build and maintain a supportive environment and support an organizational culture that is based on equal opportunities for development, regardless of age, experience or qualification.

You can become part of our amazing team and dynamic, young and friendly environment with many opportunities.
Key Responsibilities:

• Designs, maintains and administers the databases of the reporting team;
• Develops and modifies all ETL processes, SQL queries, VBA scripts and stored procedures to meet business requirements;
• Manages projects;
• Works closely with Business Unit leaders to identify and maximize opportunities to improve service and/or business processes; presents findings addressing strategic goals;
• Prepares routine reports (financial, quality, customer service, operational, efficiency, etc.);
• Automates existing reporting and establishes reporting best practices; analyzes trends
Skills and Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree - focus in Information;
• 1 -3  years relevant analytics and/or reporting experience required;
• Written and spoken English at minimum B2 level;
• Experience in MS SQL Server, SSIS is a must;
• Very strong writing T-SQL, Store Procedures;
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills issues;
• Effective analytical/problem solving and research skills;
• Ability to work both as a member of a team and independently, as required
Nice to have:

• AWS RDS or/and Redshift
• Python, VBA, VBScript experience
• Qlikview experience
• SAP experience
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. All applications will be treated in strict confidentiality. Recruitment license from National Agency of Employment №1814 from 08.12.2014