Associate Consultant – BI/Analytics
Primary job role
Fortude is looking for a talented, self-driven business intelligence/analytics engineer who has a passion for solving problems. You will get to build solutions as a full-time associate consultant with a highly dedicated, dynamic team. You will be involved in designing, developing, implementing, and supporting complex BI solutions across multiple geographies.
What we expect
- Minimum 2+ years of experience building business intelligence and/or modern analytics solutions encompassing:
- Developing data warehouses, data integrations, data models, and business data visualizations
- Developing on the traditional Microsoft business intelligence stack: SQL Server database engine, T-SQL, Integration Services, Analysis Services OLAP & Tabular, Reporting Services
- Experience with data modeling and data visualization using Power BI
- Knowledge of Azure-based analytics/database development based on Data Factory, Databricks, SQL Database, SQL Data Warehouse/Synapse Analytics, Analysis Services, and Machine Learning will be an advantage
- Flexibility to work on support projects around the clock
What you should have
- One or more of the following certifications:
- Microsoft Certified: Azure Data Engineer Associate/MCSA: SQL 2016 BI Development
- Microsoft Certified: Azure AI Engineer Associate
- Microsoft Certified: Azure Data Scientist Associate
- Microsoft Certified: Data Analyst Associate/MCSA: BI Reporting
- Bachelor’s degree in IT or computer science would be an advantage
What makes you different
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Demonstrable passion for technical excellence in business intelligence and/or related technologies
- Strong collaboration and organizing skills
- Self-starter mentality
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