BI Developer or Javascript Developer / Contract £400-£600pd / London


£400 - £600 a day

Hedge Fund

BI Developer or Javascript Developer with solid SQL experience is required for a market leading hedgefund based in London. This role would be suited to either a business intelligence who was once a developer (web or otherwise), or a Javascript developer with a very strong SQL background and exposure to OLAP and/or PowerPivot and an interest in moving into business intelligence.
My client has adopted an agile approach and this role will be heavily focused on tabular models delivered directly over source system data, standardising calculations to support developing data extracts using Excel, building print ready reports using SSRS, creating interactive data visualisations using PowerBI, and also working with custom visualisation framework built on top of D3.js to deliver custom solutions and visualizations not achievable using the traditional tools. A strong focus on visualization and presentation of data is essential, and the ability to enhance and extend D3 visuals and write code to support this is ideal.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

Analysis skills to extract requirements from end users rather than work from a fixed spec
Exceptional attention to detail and an internally driven focus on correct data
Exceptional communication skills
The ability to work without close supervision in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
The capacity to deal with ambiguity and change
The ability to provide clarity and insight through data visualizations

This role is a 6 month rolling contract paying from £400-£600pd depending on level of experience but my client is also open to entertaining this on a permanent basis as well. If you're interested in working in articulate environment working alongside some of the best talent in London then please apply and contact Jamie Jeffery at Westbourne Partners.
BI Developer or Javascript Developer / Contract £400-£600pd / London - Hedge Fund
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Posted by Westbourne Partners, 16 May