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BI Developer

Networx Recruitment
£45,000 + discretionary bonus
Closing date
30 Jan 2022

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Corporate Services, IT, Homes and Asset Management, Business development
Full Time
Organisation Type
Housing association / RP
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BI Developer

£45,000 + discretionary bonus


Permanent, Full Time - 37 hours per week


Closing Date: 30th January


We’re VIVID! We offer a vibrant, friendly, inclusive culture that supports, develops and attracts the best people!  


We are looking for a talented Business Intelligence Developer to join our dynamic and growing Team! You’ll need to have a great skill set based on one of the market leading visualisation reporting solutions, because we are transitioning to PowerBI with Azure Synapse, and we’ll use Azure Purview and Azure DevOPS, so the personal development opportunities are exceptional.  


This a permanent position, working 37 hours a week based in Portsmouth with the flexibility of home and office working. 


Here’s the facts about the role: 

As an experienced Business Intelligence professional, you’ll join an established team and service as we embark on our development programme for a new, cloud-based data platform, with Power BI as the integrated tool of choice for business-wide data intelligence.  Working alongside an established team of SMEs, you'll bring extensive knowledge and practical experience of designing and supporting dynamic, integrated BI platforms and services, and you'll develop your skills with us in collaboration with our external consultants, as we implement, and deploy our new Azure Data Services & Power BI platform. 


You’ll produce and maintain data models and packages to support reporting and analytics meeting specific business needs. You’ll support the maintenance of the BI platform, working with the BI Architect and IT teams to ensure the platform functions as it needs to, this will include creating dashboards. 


The role will support the business by delivering insight through detailed analysis and statistical modelling to drive our understanding of our customer data. You’ll use the Power BI platform to model and interpret our data, designing high-impact, dynamic viz, to deliver high-value analytical insights and inform business decisions.  


The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge and practical experience of the development and administration of the Microsoft Power BI platform and service. You’ll have a proven track-record of designing, implementing, and optimising ETL processes. It’s important you hold up-to-date knowledge of the latest Power BI features and functionality, including developments in integration with other MS stack tools and a sound understanding of SSRS, SSIS, DAX, SQL server, T-SQL. 


An understanding of the housing sector would be a real advantage as would knowledge of, or experience in Azure SQL products & practices, working in DevOps environment, MS Visual Studio, Power Automate, Power Apps. 


Ultimately the key value we look for is a real passion about the power of accessible, clean, well-modelled data, to drive strategy, insight, and our service to our customers. 


Want to know what we can offer you? 

  • 26 days holiday (plus bank holidays), with the opportunity to buy or sell annual leave
  • A generous contributory pension
  • Medi-cash policy to claim back some medical?costs to ensure we look after you and your loved ones
  • Discounts?portal to save money on various products and services, including holidays, shopping and cinema 
  • Countless professional development opportunities 
  • A real sense of work/life balance where we promote flexible working and an agile culture. 


About us: 

As one team we make a difference to people's lives. Join our journey as we continue to build more homes and brighter futures, giving our customers a safe, secure home and the foundations for their continued wellbeing. 


We’re Disability Confident Leaders and proud partners of LGBTjobs. Come and join us and make a real impact on the people within our local community. 


We’re Hampshire’s largest provider of affordable homes with around 900 staff, who put our customers at the centre of everything they do. As a ‘people’ business, we work hard to create a high performing and fun working environment. We invest in our people’s development, whilst looking after their wellbeing with our award-winning initiatives. 


We’re committed to diversity and inclusion. And want people from all walks of life to apply for our vacancies. We’re a disability confident leader with disabled-friendly offices. And we’ll make reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process to help you; please note your needs on your application form.

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