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Spotfire Developer/Consultant

  • Spotfire Developer/Consultant
  • 6 Months Contract
  • Large Energy Client
  • Port Macquarie

Note: Our client is based in Port Macquarie, NSW but you can work from their Sydney office. The resource needs to travel to Port Macquarie and work there for initial 4-6 weeks only.
Responsibilites:

  • Collaborate with business and technology users to define data visualization programs
  • Convert the business requirement into data that will assist with evidence-based decision making
  • Coordinate with various business units to ensure timely access and delivery of data. Liaise with the system and data owners to source the appropriate data.
  • Ability to run workshops on capability of Spotfire and gain buy-in from stakeholders
  • Design develop and test Spotfire reports and dashboards that utilize underlying data warehouse and import files.
  • Teach and consult client to get the most value out of their data visualization investment
  • Work with the business to test their appropriateness to the task and re-iterate as required
  • Work directly with data visualization partners to understand product roadmap and bring cutting edge features to our client.
  • Collaborate with the Data team and business stakeholders to learn the aspects of the business and develop analytic insight.

Qualifications:

  • End to End expertise with Spotfire analytics and visualizations.
  • Specialization in implementing enterprise solutions with visualizations & data-discovery tools (Tableau, QlikV, Spotfire)
  • Exceptional customer facing skills
  • Experience with Tibco Spotfire in a development and administration capacity.
  • BS Degree in Computer Science or related discipline

How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call Rams on 03 8506 6524 for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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