Business Data Analyst - W2 Only Apply In Charlotte

Published 2020-05-22
Expires 2020-06-22
ID #108786580
Business Data Analyst - W2 Only Apply In Charlotte
United-states, North Carolina, Charlotte,
Published May 22, 2020

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Contract
Occupation: Business data analyst - w2 only

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Title Business Data Analyst Location Charlotte NC Duration - 12+ months Seeking a BADA with 7+ years of experience in this area. Additional requirements for this role Strong data warehousing backgroundknowledge (understanding concepts and knowing about dimensional vs relational databases) Strong relationaldimensional understanding of data structures Strong data analysis, profiling and exploratory skills Must have strong SQL skills (7 or 810) ndash will be working on Teradata platform (Teradata not required) Experience writing BRDFSD Will be doing Data remediation, data profiling, data cleansing Microstrategy reporting is a plus but not required - Ganesh ganesh at gang-board dot com

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    Gangboard, Llc
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