Location: Cardiff (Relocating to Pontypridd by 2020) or Wrexham
Salary: £30,000 - £40,000
Apply by: 06/12/2019 @ 10:00
A fantastic opportunity to be part of a growing IT that is transforming how it utilises it business and commercial data.
As the Business Intelligence (BI) Analyst you’ll deliver business intelligence reporting and insight to inform corporate wide decisions.
You’ll be enabling us to establish standardised reporting and dashboards by using Power BI, MDX and SQL, consulting with internal stakeholders on potential reporting options to assist the strategic direction of the organisation.
You’ll be forward planning with the Head of Business Systems to plan the integration of the data warehouse data sources as the organisation grows, improving our reporting capability and our ability to report on new organisational activity.
Helping our organisation be self-sufficient in reporting by supporting our end users in using the data warehouse by providing formal training and acting as a superuser to enable employees to access information to help inform decision making.
Who we’re looking for
We’re looking for someone who can leverage their business intelligence experience and knowledge of Power BI to provide high quality reporting to support our internal stakeholder in making information decisions
You’ll need to have:
o Experience of using Microsoft Access, SQL Management Suite, Power BI and other analysis platforms.
o Experience of using SQL and MDX programming languages and writing scripts.
o Experience of using Microsoft Visual Studio.
o Ability to assess different data sources and provide narrative on emerging patterns.
Who we are
Transport for Wales (TfW) is the not-for-profit company driving forward the Welsh Government’s vision of a high-quality, safe, integrated, affordable and accessible transport network in Wales. Our mission is to ‘Keep Wales Moving’ by providing customer-focused service, expert advice and infrastructure investment.
Welsh Language Skills
The ability to speak Welsh would be a plus but is not essential for this role.