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Job Title: Tableau/SSRS Developer
Company: Confidential
Country: USA
Publication Date: 17/07/2017
ID: 107558803



Title: Tableau/SSRS Developer
Location: New York City, NY
Duration: Full-time Permanent Position

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4 to 7 years of experience
strong in BI and Report development concepts
Should be able to coordinate with client and offshore based team
Very Strong experience in tableau - dashboard designing
Strong in ETL Logic ,design and solution building using MSBI- SSIS
Reporting generation experience in SSRS & SSRS report models
Have solid knowledge on all the available connections, transformation and workflows available in SSIS including the third party components
Experience working with SQL Server 2012 and above versions
Have Knowledge of developing Complex SQL queries to attain desired results
Have experience in building tableau Dashboards is must
To communicate with Client stakeholders for requirement clarifications, queries and analysis
Ability to provide work around
Good Communication and analysis skills
Advertising domain knowledge will be useful but not mandatory

Roles and Responsibilities
Requirement gathering & documenting from business
Design & Develop Tableau dashboards based on requirements and KPIs need
Perform and bridge gaps in ETL requirements based on reporting needs - SSIS
Optimize performance; Creating best practices/ principles and standards/procedures
Hands on Tableau & SSRS development, Document analysis, design, test cases, perform unit testing
Coordination with other data & BA teams for requirements
Bug fixing to existing production processes, dashboards & reports
Demonstrates a personal commitment to technology
Client and offshore coordination

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