Data Warehouse Change Analyst

  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    2018-07-09T22:01:59+00:00 2 weeks ago
  • Category:
    IT & Software

Job Reference: 449-CP486-3
Employer:
Solent NHS Trust Department:
Information Systems Location:
Southampton
Salary:
26,565 – 35,577 pro rata
Solents Data Warehouse Team requires a Data Warehouse Change Analyst to become part of an established but developing function within our Information Systems Service. Reporting to the Data Warehouse Manager, this position will be key in assisting an efficient and real Business intelligence function in Solent NHS Trust.
Managing processes from our source systems and the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) the post holder requires experience using SQL databases and associated data analysis and querying tools.
Training and support will be given to the right candidate although technical experience of SSIS, SSAS and Microsoft SQL is preferable. The post holder will be a quick learner, logical thinker, and a natural communicator, with excellent interpersonal skills that fit into a supportive team ethos.
Solent NHS Trust serves a population in excess of 300,000 primarily across Southampton and Portsmouth areas, providing Primary, Community, Mental Health and Specialist Services, with a total annual turnover in excess of 180m for 2015/16.
For an informal discussion please call Gareth Edwards, BI Developer on: 0238 103 2514.
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