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Peter Schmidt
09-15-2009, 03:53 PM
Looking for a candidate that is passionate about their craft, excited about open source software, loves to immerse themselves in data and is
up to the challenge to provide solutions that increase business value and drive competitive edge.

Responsibilities:

* Identify and document data requirements and data delivery functionality
* Create report definition, report templates, reports and distribution capability
* Develop multi-dimensional semantic layer, query objects, OLAP structures
* Create dashboards and business intelligence applications
* Support ad-hoc data analysis and complex query development on request
* Evaluate, install, build, configure, deploy, upgrade, test, tune, administer, monitor, support, troubleshoot business intelligence software

Deliverables (% of time):
* Working with the business to document reporting requirements (15%)
* Building out the semantic layer (15%)
* Building (Static/Interactive) Reports (20%)
* Servicing Ad-Hoc Query Requests (20%)
* Data Analysis (10%)
* Reporting metadata and process documentation (5%)
* Reporting and analysis tool standards and processes (5%)
* Platform support (10%)

Education:
BS in Computer Science, or equivalent experience required.

Work Experience:
6 years experience; corporate experience is much less important than having a passion for business intelligence and data warehousing

Technical Experience:
* Past formal business intelligence / data warehousing experience
* Pentaho BI Server
* Pentaho Reporting
* Mondrian OLAP
* MDX
* SQL (PostgreSQL)
* Javascript

To apply, please forward a copy of your resume with the job title included in the subject line to greatjobs@centro.net

Peter Schmidt
10-14-2009, 10:08 AM
We still have a Senior BI Developer position open in Chicago, contact me if you are interested.

bugg_tb
10-14-2009, 10:21 AM
*sigh* if I were American.... or lived there for that matter ;) Looks like a cracking position though.

Good luck.

Tom

Peter Schmidt
10-16-2009, 10:09 AM
Tom,
Thanks. I think it is a great position as well, although, I'm a little biased :)
Peter