➢ Extracting, Transforming and Loading data from various sources into our business specific data model and data Warehouse environment
➢ Perform complex queries, run models, link analyses and insights to business/project results and prepare interactive reports or dashboard for end-users
➢ Analyze performance and reliability for the running ETL processes/ applications
➢ Maintain and improve existing ETL processes/applications
➢ Manage and improve the business specific data model
➢ Able to take the business requirements and translate them into the data architecture
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The organisation is the market leader in the development and mass production of push belts for continuously variable transmission (CVT). The competence center in Tilburg is supported by the second production site in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and assembly plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
- MSc in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, ICT, Econometrics, Industrial Engineering, or similar with 3 years of experience (or Bachelors with minimum 3 years’ experience)
- Proven experience with Relational Database development and ETL processing (preferably SSIS) by managing and programming (using T-SQL on MS SQL/Oracle)
- Creation of reports using Visualization platforms (Power BI) and reporting to the stakeholders about new insights
- Application programming for extracting complex sources (preferably C#.Net)
- Knowledge of documenting software (using standards like UML) and project development tools (e.g. Github, Jira)
- Fluent in English and/or Dutch (written and spoken) & Strong communicator and team player
- Willingness to learn, resilient, flexible and practical approach and quick understanding of the business domain is essential
- Be critical on the developments and give a substantiated improvement advice to the team