Job Description :
Job Title: Cognos BI Developer
Location: Atlanta, GA 30313
Duration: 6 months
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Job Responsibilities
Support a business intelligence environment using Cognos & other IBM products
Troubleshooting of report issues and performance issues that are critical
Work with DBAs, report authors and system administrators to track down and improve or eliminate bottlenecks in the BI reporting & ETL environment
To design, build & deliver BI solutions using Cognos Analytics 11.x
Provide technical support to Cognos power users.

5-7 years of Cognos BI experience.
Strong understanding of Data warehouse and business intelligence concepts and best practices processes.
Experience with administration, deployment and security setups within Cognos.
Strong experience in creating Framework models with different layers.
Strong experience with Report development.
Experience creating Dashboards in Cognos Analytics.
Experience and Proficiency in writing Oracle SQL queries.
Experience with Cognos report performance tuning.
Good understanding of Java scripts usage in Cognos.
Strong experience in creating OLAP Cubes using Cognos Transformer.
Must have excellent analytical, conceptual, troubleshooting, and problem-solving skills.
Excellent communications skills, able to work effectively with business users to understand and clarify requirements as well as educate and resolve end user reporting issues.
Some knowledge of Oracle DB Administration

Education Requirement
Bachelor''s Degree or higher in Computer Science or closely related discipline

Required Qualifications
Cognos Analytics 11.x, Framework Manager, Event Studio, Oracle 12c, Relational, OLAP, Star Schema, Multi-dimensional database models.

Preferred Qualifications
Experience with ETL tools like DataStage is a plus.
Experience with Tableau

Thank you,

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