Job Vacancy - SQL Data Analyst / Developer (Stoke on Trent)
SQL Data Analyst / Developer
Stoke on Trent
SQL Data Analyst / Developer – Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire - Circa £25K. Our client based in Stoke on Trent is currently looking for a skilled SQL Data Analyst / Developer. You will be required to work within a small analytic’s team and be responsible for delivering accurate, insightful and actionable information that will be used to drive business improvement and efficiencies across the business.
Through the delivery and improved understanding of performance driving KPI''s your analysis will help inform business decisions, ultimately leading to improved business performance.
You will be responsible for producing business insight through interrogating the databases predominately SQL, writing stored procedures/queries presenting the results through SQL Reporting.
Key Skills and Experience:
• Advanced in SQL, Platform is actually PostgreSQL based (do not need to have experience with PostgreSQL, but it is definitely beneficial)
• Willingness to learn other languages/reporting environments
• Strong Data Analytical skills
• Strong personality with a “can do” attitude.
The position will offer an attractive salary and the chance to progress your career with an organisation that is looking to grow considerably over the next 6-12 months.
SQL Data Analyst / Developer – Stoke, Staffordshire circa £25K
If you are interested in this position, please send your CV to email@example.com or call 01625 874399 for more information.
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