The Business Intelligence (BI) Specialist is responsible for the design, development, implementation, management and support of mission critical enterprise BI reporting.  Working with cross-functional teams, you will be required to gather, document, and approve business requirements for data analysis and reporting projects, as well as use BI, database, and ETL tools to develop reporting solutions to meet business needs.

Our Commitment to Diversity

Charles River Associates is an equal opportunity employer. As part of our focus on equity and inclusion, we work to ensure a fair and consistent hiring process. We celebrate diversity and we are committed to an inclusive work environment.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Collaborate with business units and Business Analysts to understand and develop business and functional requirements for new BI system requirements.
  • Translate business requirements into specifications that will be used to drive data mart design and configuration.
  • Provide a user-experience that incorporates best practices and current industry trends.
  • Use ETL tools to load data marts.
  • Develop technical documentation to accurately represent application design and code.
  • Must be able to perform duties with moderate to low supervision.

Technical Skills

  • Proficiency with Tableau
  • Tableau Prep Flow, Tableau Administration and Tableau Security Management is a plus
  • Demonstrated ability with ETL tools. Familiarity with SSIS is a plus
  • Relational Databases (e.g. SQL Server, Oracle)
  • Operating Systems (e.g. Windows, UNIX, iOS)
  • Cloud Services (e.g. Azure)
  • Experience using software project lifecycle tools (e.g. TFS, GitHub)
  • Ability to work and thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Soft Skills

  • Able to work closely with Business Analysts and clients to understand business requirements
  • Demonstrated problem solving and analytical skills
  • A team player with excellent verbal, writing and listening skills
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities, and assess and adjust quickly to changing priorities
  • Demonstrated ability to complete projects and tasks by agreed upon deadlines
  • Able to operate independently

Education and Experience Requirements 

  • BS in Computer Science or related field.  5+ years of experience

About Charles River Associates

For over 50 years, Charles River Associates has been a premier consulting firm that offers employees a place to learn from a diverse group of consultants, industry experts, and academics.  At CRA you will be exposed to leading minds who use economic, financial, and business analysis to solve complex world problems for an impressive roster of clients, including major law firms, Fortune 100 companies, and government agencies.  Through a collegial environment, formal and informal training opportunities, and a broad array of professional development resources, your experience at CRA will open doors for you as you launch your career.

How to Apply

To be considered for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter.

Work Location, Flexibility, and COVID Safety

We believe that an in-person environment provides the best opportunity for CRA to deliver on its promise of career growth and development for all colleagues. As we transition back to our offices, we will continue to monitor local government and regulatory guidance and adapt our safety guidelines, including proof-of-vaccination requirements, accordingly.  We provide our colleagues with the day-to-day flexibility to periodically work from home.  For those who begin the interview process with CRA, your recruiting point of contact will be available to answer any questions about work location and COVID safety you may have

 

The statements included in this job description are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

 

 

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