Senior BI Developer

Job Reference: 351-CS969-SD-C
Employer:
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust Department:
Business Intelligance Location:
L7F9 L9329 Planning & Performance, Trust HQ, Sceptre Point
Salary:
31,696 to 41,787 pa
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust is a great place to work and has a sound future as a leading provider of excellent services. The Trust invests in its staff and seeks to provide them with opportunities for training and personal development.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust was established in April 2002 and authorised as a Foundation Trust on 1st December 2007. The Trust provides health and wellbeing services for a population of around 1.5million people. The services provided include community nursing, health visiting and a range of therapy services including physiotherapy, podiatry and speech & language. The Trust specialises in inpatient and community mental health services. Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust covers the whole of the county and employs around 7,000 members of staff across more than 400 sites.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust is currently implementing a programme of transformation underpinned by technology. The performance & information department is at the forefront of enabling this transformation and has a bold and exciting strategy to deliver innovative business intelligence and information solutions to support clinicians and service users.
To help us develop the information infrastructure we are looking to recruit a Senior Business Intelligence Developer post to be part of the Business Intelligence team working with Microsoft BI tools to develop the Trust data warehouse and business intelligence platform
This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated candidate to join the BI Team with responsibility for the daily operational support and development of the Trusts in house data warehouse and BI systems.
You will support the new EPR Project (RIO) that is rolling out a new Clinical system throughout the Trust, with Data warehouse and Reporting Solutions.
Working closely with other BI developers and the information analysts you will be expected to translate internal and external business requirements into BI solutions using the Microsoft BI stack.
Please also note that the BI Team operates a Flexible Agile working Policy, including remote working via Skype/VPN.
You will need to be educated to degree level or be able to demonstrate the appropriate level of experience and knowledge. You will need an in depth knowledge of Microsoft SQL server 2008/2012 (Reporting Services, Integration Services, Analysis Services). Being skilled in the practical applied knowledge of using SQL/T-SQL is also essential.
You will need to have significant experience of developing business intelligence solutions, leading BI projects, developing regular information/reports/datasets and demonstrable experience of developing BI solutions that meet customer requirements.
Interviews will provisionally take place on Monday 16th July 2018. If you are not invited to interview within a week of the closing date then please assume that on this occasion you have been unsuccessful, as it is not possible to contact all unsuccessful candidates. It is important that applicants log in to the website and check their NHS Jobs account on a regular basis to read and respond to any emails they may have received. If you do not have regular access to email/internet please advise the team of suitable contact details.
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For an informal discussion please contact Dean Wild on 01772 773829 or Michael Lally on 01772 773839
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