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Senior Business Intelligence Analyst

Kforce's client in the Foxborough, Massachusetts (MA) area is looking for a Senior Business Intelligence Analyst to join their team on a permanent basis. Apply today and a recruiter will reach out to you for immediate consideration.Summary:The Senior Business Intelligence Analyst will be responsible for the creation of visualizations, analysis, and dashboards using Tableau to give business owners insights to their data.Duties and Responsibilities:Business Intelligence Implementation:
Create intuitive visualizations and dashboards to provide insights to clients
Anticipate clients' needs by identifying opportunities in workflows for new visualizations or dashboards
Assist in prototyping and wire-framing of new solutions across novel business units
Refine best practices for visualization, delivery and interpretation of results, and design
Collaborate with end users to guide and gather requirements for implementation
Continuous Development:
QA, maintain, and implement changes to existing visualizations
Participate in Agile scrum methodology
Implement existing product for new clients
Iterate and improve performance of dashboards
Document and maintain functional specs
Bachelor's degree in Information Systems or related field preferred
1 year of experience with Tableau or other visualization tool
Strong understanding of SQL and ability to troubleshoot data issues
Ability to translate user requirements into reports, dashboards, and data extracts
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Compensation Type: Years Minimum Compensation: 110000.00 Maximum Compensation: 120000.00


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