Job Description :
span style="background-color:rgb(255, 255, 255); color:rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif; font-size:small">Business Intelligence Analyst II/span>


• Business intelligence (BI) analysts help guide and improve the way that businesses39; management staff foster collaboration within and between departments.

• Those who desire to work as a BI analyst should demonstrate a strong understanding of managerial and professional skill sets.

• BI analysts are generally tasked with collaborating with a team of cross-departmental managers, and are expected to be able to demonstrate excellent leadership capabilities.

• They should also be well versed in many different aspects of business administration.

• Presentation skills are also a must as BI analysts are often expected to chair meetings discussing organizational data and future directions of the company.

• Analysts should also be prepared to lead seminars training new managers on different aspects of business intelligence.

• BI analysts should exhibit proficiency in many different Microsoft applications such as Word and Excel.

• Experience in an ERP system such as Oracle or SAP is usually considered a plus.

• It is also expected that analysts will naturally demonstrate superior creative thinking and decision making abilities consistently in their work. Finally, analysts should be capable of working within a diverse, global workforce that is consumer oriented.

Business Intelligence (BI) Analyst Tasks:

• Provide application analysis and data modeling design to collect data for centralized data warehouse.

• Extract data from databases and data warehouses for reporting and to facilitate sharing between multiple data systems. Proficient in the use of query and reporting analysis tools.

• Standardize data collection by developing methods for database design and validation reports.E18.

• 2 - 5 years of experience.