Job Description

The Business Intelligence Architect will design, develop and deploy actionable analytics throughout organization. He/She will collaborate with business and technology stakeholders to design reports, visualizations and dashboards to support tactical and strategic decision making. The ideal candidate will be a creative thinker and will be able to visualize the information hidden in vast amounts of data. The role requires strong interpersonal and communication skills, a keen attention to detail, ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and influence a long term BI strategy/analytics tools roadmap and self-service reporting capabilities and drive the implementation end-to-end.
  • Use analytics to identify and explain business drivers to all levels of management.
  • Guide the development of a common semantic model to support reports, dashboards and self-service analytical needs.
  • Interpret requirements and determine optimum BI solutions to meet business needs.
  • Lead the creation of informative, interactive and easy to use data visualizations.
  • Partner with analysts to come up with creative solutions to data and reporting challenges.
  • Provide technical leadership, architectural guidance and best practice in visualization to the BI developers.
  • Work with stakeholders at various levels to assist with data-related technical issues and support their reporting needs.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated experience in business intelligence and data warehousing principles, technologies and architecture.
  • Strong analytic skills related to working with both structured and unstructured datasets.
  • Experience with best practice concepts and strategies to optimize the performance of data analysis.
  • Experience with developing logical model to support reporting needs.
  • Experience with installation, configuration and administration of BI platforms
  • Ability to train and educate the user community to increase adoption and utilization of the BI solutions.
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills.

Preferred Technical Skills:

  • Expert knowledge of designing dashboards and convey the actual story behind the analysis.
  • Strong hands on experience with BI Visualization and analytical tools such Tableau, Looker, Superset etc.,
  • Experience on in-memory analytics platform such as Sisense is a plus.
  • Hands on experience identifying, defining and designing metrics and KPIs.
  • Strong SQL development experience and knowledge of various database, data warehouse and big data platforms such as Hadoop, Presto, Spark, Big Table, Redshift, MySQL, Neo4J, SQL Server etc.,
  • Experience with implementing BI solutions on Data Lake.
  • Experience implementing Subscription, Alerts, Collaboration features on BI platform.
  • Working knowledge of API enhancements to the BI platform.
  • Expert knowledge of security, authorization and authentication features.
  • Expert knowledge of caching, optimization and offline reporting architecture.

Education:

  • Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Informatics, Information Systems or another quantitative field with 15+ years of experience in a business intelligence and 5+ years of experience in BI architect role.

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

 

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