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Data Warehouse Developer (Band 6)

Posted: 8 Oct 2020 Closes: 6 Nov 2020
Doncaster, United Kingdom £31,365 to £37,890 pa
Permanent & Full-time NHS_SFxRdUCLDDVw

Data Warehouse Developer (Band 6)

Job Reference: 376-CP-262

Employer: Department: Health Informatics Location: Doncaster Salary: £31,365 to £37,890 pa

An exciting opportunity has arisen within our Information and Business Intelligence functions for an experienced individual to join the Health Informatics function.

We are looking for someone who is passionate about the contribution they can make in ensuring our clinical and management teams have access to the right information, at the right time, in the right format. This person will be a self-starter, have a positive attitude and behaviour, along with a 'can-do' attitude.

Working in an agile environment, you should be familiar with industry standard 'good practice' in relational database design, data warehouse modelling and a background in reporting and/or ETL processing. You will have relevant experience using T-SQL & SSIS. Exposure to SSAS, SSRS & Power BI would be an advantage, although not essential.

You will play a key role in delivery, working as part of the Data Warehouse team to build a standardised information service function.

You should have the ability to cope in a busy operational environment and be able to prioritise your workload effectively. This is a great opportunity to really make your mark and see the footprint of your efforts in supporting and enabling our clinical services and corporate functions. In return, we are committed to supporting personal growth and development so the successful candidate can truly build their expertise for future roles.

Interviews will be held:21 - 23 October 2020

We reserve the right to close down this advert early should there be a high number of applicants.


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