Sunday, 21 May 2017

Required SQL Developer/Analyst in Madison,WI for 6+Months Contract/GC OR GC-EAD OR US Citizens are Required for this Role

We currently have an exciting opportunity with a great client; you’ll find details of the position below. Even if you’re not a fit for this particular position, we welcome a current copy of your resume and look forward to working together on future positions.

Title: SQL Developer/Analyst
Duration: 36+month’s contract 
Location : Madison,WI

 GC OR GC-EAD OR US Citizens are Required for this Role



Description:

Duties include:  dashboard development and testing, identification and implementation of design standards, requirements gathering for dashboards and reports, dashboard development including development of core semantic layer objects.  You will create, maintain and utilize a comprehensive test plan and test cases, coordinate testing and quality assurance activities, and create project documentation as necessary including technical documentation related to the dashboard.
Dashboard Analysis/Development 5+ years.
Non Local willing to travel/relo -- Dashboard Analysis/Development 8+ years. Preference given to candiates with Education or State Government experience
Data Warehouse -- Requirements Gathering
Experience with dashboard tools, reporting tools, and/or analytical tools including use/development of a semantic layers and metadata repositories
Team Foundation Server (TFS)
Star/Snowflake dimensional data models
SKILLS - MAJORITY REQUIRED:
SQL Server 2008 and/or 2012
Database -- Oracle
SQL
Reporting and Business Intelligence tools (ie Oracle BI, Microsoft BI, MicroStrategy, Cognos, Business Objects)
Excellent organization, analytical, and communication skills
Experience in SQL Server; database design, T-SQL, stored procedures, and views
Experience in data warehouse design and development
SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services)
Experience with data warehousing / Business Intelligence
Ability to perform testing of applications, facilitate testing by others, document results and facilitate efforts to uncover and fix issues found during testing.


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