Business Intelligence Developer within dynamic Financial Services firm Business Intelligence Developer within dynamic  …

First Trust Global Portfolios Limited
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 16 Nov 21
Competitive + bonus
First Trust Global Portfolios Limited
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 16 Nov 21
Competitive + bonus
Posted by:
Caroline Smith • Recruiter
Posted by:
Caroline Smith
Recruiter
World Leading ETF provider seeking Business Intelligence Developer to join European based team. First Trust are one of the most innovative and fastest growing ETF managers globally with over a $175 Billion in managed and supervised assets. We aim to replicate our success in the US and grow our thematic, smart beta and actively managed investment strategies in the European markets. To that end we are looking for an enthusiastic Business Intelligence Developer to join our entrepreneurial team.

Description:

BI developer sort to join a market leading ETF provider with BI experience within Azure and Power BI or similar tools.  The ability to design, build, deploy, and maintain numerous dashboards as well as create analytics solutions for multiple teams and internal stakeholders.

This is an opportunity to build out an SME’s business intelligence within a small team to fundamentally affect and change how the business operates.

Skills:

  • Experience using tools such as Power BI or Tableau to create visualisations that turn complex data into functional insights.
  • Experience in Dashboard performance tuning.
  • Work with multiple stakeholders to help use data to adjust business processes
  • SQL
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Python
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work in a team but also be self sufficient

 

Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Training
  • Access to professional certifications
  • Opportunity to make yourself part of the core of the business
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