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Business Intelligence Specialist


This position is responsible for the development, monitoring and distributing of reports using a variety of reporting software from a set of requirements, they will create and maintain reports using Microsoft reporting suite and/or SQL, as well as work with the database to create stored procedures, functions and views. This job requires interfacing with business owners, internal and external groups to understand requirements’ and suggest solutions troubleshoot problems and support business reporting needs.


  • A minimum of two years work experience in recent versions of SQL, SSRS, SSIS, and SSAS
  • A minimum of four years experience in designing, building, and maintaining data warehouse and technical reports. 
  • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) preferred;


  • Ability to write SQL queries and stored procedures with joins and aggregation
  • SQL server management including scheduling and management of SQL jobs
  • Database structure and relationships
  • PowerBI
  • Experience with data extraction and imports for SAP and Microsoft Dynamics is highly desired

KEY POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned)

Report Design and Build 

  • Develop data scripts using SQL, SSIS
  • Develop and analyze reports in SSRS, SSAS, Excel, Access, Tableau, PowerBI, Visual Studio and other applicable applications.
  • Develop automation using existing in-house applications and work flows including but not limited to database design, application development using VBA and Microsoft Office, etc.

Data Maintenance

  • Manage incoming MIS requests and develop reporting solutions as needed
  • Design, build and maintain data warehouse for reporting purposes
  • Design and manage data loads via SSIS automation to support various departments and systems, including SAP and Microsoft Dynamics
  • Design, build and manage cubes using SASS
  • Perform complex data analysis of multiple systems to ensure integrity of underlying reporting and automation processes
  • Build, implement and monitor data scripts to ensure data integrity

Internal Customer Relationships 

  • Use customer requirements to improve functionality (speed, performance / usability).
  • Collaborate with business owners, subject matter experts, and other team members to determine data extraction and transformation requirements
  • Communicate results of metrics to staff and management

Team Relationships 

  • Assist others in the using, updating or writing reports, documentation, instructions, and procedures.
  • Collaborate with IT, Development, Sales, and Business Excellence to ensure timely releases of projects and make sure database requirements for report production are sustainable
  • Work on multiple improvements tasks/projects simultaneously and participate as a strong individual contributor to assigned projects
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