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SQL Reporting Analyst in Hartford, CT at SNI Technology

Date Posted: 2/10/2020

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Job Description

Full Time opportunity with a long time client of ours in the Greater Hartford area.

No 3rd parties or Sponsorship options at this time.

This is a full time opportunity for a SQL Reporting professional. Ideally looking for experience developing reports using SSRS and/or Crystal reports. Bonus experience for Tableau, PowerBI, and any other enterprise reporting software.

Required Skills:

  • Proficient in Crystal Reports and SSRS
  • SQL Server - Can write ad-hoc queries
  • Proficient in Excel, Visio and PowerPoint
  • Understanding of Business Intelligence best practices

Responsibilities:

  • Designing, developing and maintaining Business Intelligence solutions
  • Crafting and executing queries upon request for data
  • Presenting information through reports and visualization
  • Serve as subject matter expert (SME) for the organization's data, both structure and meaning
  • Create data models, visualizations, charts, tables, and other report part objects for use by non-technical users in self-service reporting tools such as Crystal Reports, Power BI and SSRS
  • Provide expertise in writing and editing queries that read, manipulate, and analyze data from business intelligence and relational databases
  • Perform data analysis with appropriate programming and analytic methodologies; present data or reports in a meaningful fashion; work collaboratively with teams and leadership; formulate recommendations for further refinement
  • Responsible for business intelligence quality testing, stakeholder approval and user acceptance testing
  • Conduct periodic analysis of infrastructure and application performance and contribute to the IT strategic plan
  • Provide support for and implement data driven technologies and platforms such as workflow and CRM tools
  • Write and edit automated jobs that import and export data between systems
  • Provide end user support for reporting tool usage and data interpretation