Hotwire Communications

  • BI Developer

    Job Locations US-FL-Fort Lauderdale
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    2018-1190
    # of Openings
    1
    Department
    Technology
  • Who We Are

    Come power the future with us!

     

    From the beginning, Hotwire Communications has been focused on the future – bringing the power and speed of fiber optics directly to customers. We were among the first companies in the US to offer IPTV Video and the first to offer gigabit speeds in Florida.

     

    And that leadership continues.

     

    We are looking for team members who are passionate about technology and what it means for all our lives. We are looking for leaders to drive us into the future and we are looking for individuals who are prepared to do whatever it takes to create a truly exceptional customer experience day in and day out.

    What You Will Be Doing

    • Implementing end to end Business intelligence solutions using Microsoft SQL 2012 and beyond.
    • Create a reliable and available data visualization platform that will include operational reports and Business intelligence solutions to allow decision takers at all level of the organization:

      • Understand why the business obtained the results it did
      • Plan for the future based on past data
      • Accurately forecast future results

    What You Need to Bring

    MCSA: BI Reporting (Microsoft Certified Solution Associate SQL 2014) and at least 3 years of experience developing solutions using the BI stack of Microsoft and 5 years of experience in IT, which must include:

    1. SSRS
      1. Working with the Tablix
      2. Developing expressions
      3. Creating dynamic reports with parameters
      4. Chart elements
      5. Comparing values to goals with gauges
      6. Displaying performance with indicators
      7. Working with map elements
      8. Reusing report parts
      9. Securing report server content
      10. Performing administrative tasks
    2. TSQL
      1. Stored procedures
      2. User-Defined Functions and Types
      3. Triggers
      4. Error handling
      5. Query Performance Tuning
      6. Hints
      7. Index Tuning and Statistics
      8. XML
      9. Files, File groups, and Integrity
      10. Securables, Permissions, and Auditing

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