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PROGRAMMER ANALYST MICROSOFT BI

Activity

Business Intelligence - PM

Location

Canada (Québec)

Duties and responsibilities

In a team and working in collaboration with the Project Manager, the Programmer Analyst Microsoft will be engaged in the conception and development of applications in the BI field. As the technical expert among various projects team, you will be self-directed with a good ability to develop and implement applications using Microsoft tools. The primary functions of the Programmer Analyst Microsoft BI are:

  • Design and implement reporting and analysis of Microsoft BI solutions from data warehouse, datamarts or any other data sources.
  • Ensure detailed and functional analysis.
  • Apply best practices and methodologies in the development of Microsoft BI framework models.
  • Develop reports, dashboard, analysis and scorecard.
  • Develop multidimensional cube or relational dimensional model (RDM).
  • Create and execute unit, functional and integrated testing
  • Optimize performance requests.
  • Write all technical documentation.
  • Work closely in collaboration with the client team in order to reinforce the business partnership.

Qualifications, experience and skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated track record in scalable and performing application design.
  • Expertise with the Microsoft BI security application.
  • Minimum 5 years experience in SQL Server development.
  • Minimum 2 years experience with Microsoft BI tools: SSIS, SSAS, SSRS.
  • Minimum 2 years experience with Microsoft BI modeling tools.
  • Knowledge of the administration of Microsoft BI (portal and security).
  • Demonstrated experience with at least one of the major RDBMS systems: Oracle, MS SQL or DB2.
  • Knowledge with JavaScript and HTML.
  • Experience in development with MDX, an asset.
  • Experience in consulting, an asset.
  • Mobile within the Great Montreal Region.
  • Proficiency in French and English; oral and written.
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