Location: Cambridge, MA
Duration: 10+ Months
Tableau Developer / Analyst
Tableau developer/analyst to create a series of visualization and dashboards as part of the Corporate Analytics team. There are many current and upcoming projects, including dashboards for compliance, finance, HR, and corporate executives. This role will have to understand business needs, create a prototype, and iteratively develop these visualizations as part of the Corporate Analytics team. Therefore, the role needs both technical expertise but also consultative behaviors to understand and translate analytical needs into delivery.
Tableau design and development experience, preferably across multiple projects
Tableau system management, including publishing to server, versioning, security, and performance concerns
Strong data understanding and how to translate to effective visualizations. Including experience with SQL and reporting on data from major databases, such as Oracle.
Additional Qualifiers (nice to have):
Very strong nice to have: Understanding of corporate finance data and business process domains
Other business process/data domain experience: HR, procurement, compliance
Understanding of ETL processes and technologies (e.g. Informatica): While this role will not be involved with ETL development, having a knowledge of what goes into data collection and storage is a nice-to-have because to better interact with the data side of the projects.
Experience on other business intelligence or analytics technologies
Ability to work directly with business users to iteratively develop prototypes
Business analyst ability to interpret business needs into visualizations or dashboards
Specifically, this is not just a developer position…the candidate needs to be able to understand the domain area with the corporate analytics team and the business, translate that to prototypes, and develop the visualizations with a pre-defined specification.
The most important aspects in the job description are: 1. Tableau design and development experience 2. Ability to work directly with business users to iteratively prototype before making a production application (aka not a back-end developer) 3. Ability to do independent work with strong communication 4. (Most important nice to have) Understanding of corporate finance and/or human resources data and business process domains.