Senior Business Intelligence Consultant

Job Summary
Fortude is looking for a talented, self-driven BI engineer who has a passion for solving problems, to join our team. You will get to build solutions as a full-time consultant with a highly dedicated, dynamic team. You will be involved in designing, developing, implementing and supporting complex BI solutions across multiple geographies for various business domains.The role will be based in Australia.

What we expect
• Minimum 6+ years of experience building business intelligence solutions or data warehousing solutions encompassing experience in the following:
o Designing and developing data warehouses, data integration, data modeling, and business data visualization solutions
o Experience with at least one leading BI platform from vendors such as Infor, Microsoft, Tableau, SAP, MicroStrategy, Qlik, or an equivalent platform
o Experience in R, Python or Machine Learning will be an added advantage
o Experience with Tabular data modeling and cloud-based BI development will be an advantage
o Experience in the healthcare, finance or manufacturing domains will be an added advantage
o Ability to work with different BI tools and platforms
o Ability to work alongside US time zone when required

What you should have
• A bachelor’s degree in IT or computer science

What should make you stand out
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Proven client-facing experience
• Strong collaboration and organizing skills
• Demonstrable passion for technical excellence in business intelligence or related technologies is a must
• Self-starter mentality

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.


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