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Job Posting: Reporting Analyst for Rocky Mountaineer

July 13, 2017
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Rocky Mountaineer is looking for a new graduate with a Master's Degree in Data Science/Business Analytics, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or Statistics for a Reporting Analyst role on their Research & Analytics team.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborating with business stakeholders to deliver highly compelling data visualizations & interactive dashboards
  • Gathering business requirements and creating solutions to drive actionable insights
  • Designing, developing, and maintaining visualization using a range of reporting and business intelligence technologies
  • Improving user experience with existing reports and dashboards
  • Creating and maintaining analytical data cubes and report metadata
  • Identifying and implementing innovative ideas for data visualization, reporting, dashboarding and business intelligence projects

Qualifications:

  • Masters’ Degree in Business Analytics, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or Statistics
  • Practical experience designing and developing visualizations that tell a meaningful story
  • Fluency in SQL
  • Super strong technical skills with exceptional aptitude to learn new technologies in the rapidly evolving analytics ecosystem
  • A natural curiosity and a massive interest in working with large datasets
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly and concisely to all levels of the company (technical & non-technical)
  • A strong drive to deliver excellent results

The application deadline is Sunday, July 30, 2017

For more information and how to apply, see their job posting or the attached document below. 

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