A Data Analyst job in Knoxville, Tennesse is available courtesy of Adecco Engineering and Technology. This role will involve adding various data sources to a large data warehouse. The ideal candidate is an independent worker with strong organizational and problem solving skills, willing to jump in and learn.
Data Analyst job responsibilites include:
Design and develop data structures for time based storage and reporting
Develop knowledge of third party applications to identify integration requirements
Design and develop integration solutions that follow established integration patterns
Analyze data to support system integrations, data quality efforts, anomaly detection and resolving production issues.
Provide second level application/integration support
Create and maintain integration, scheduling and reporting documentation
Contribute to standards development for consistent documentation across projects
Participate in task planning, estimation, and scheduling
Perform other duties as needed, and as directed by supervisor.
Education: Bachelor degree or equivalent education and experience preferred.
At least 5 years' experience with Sql Server database development and analysis
Working knowledge of JSON, XML and RESTful web-services
Experience with Python 3.0 and PowerBI a plus
Must be able to read and understand ERD's related to integration and reporting projects.
Experience with and understanding of operational reporting and data integration solutions is required.
Platforms: Experience with Linux and Windows 7. Azure and AWS is a plus
If you are interested in this Data Analyst job in Knoxville, Tennessee then please click APPLY NOW. For other opportunities available at Adecco Engineering and Technology go to www.adeccousa.com. If you have questions about the position please contact Mike Kennedy at (615) 514-3495 or Mike.email@example.com
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