Data Analyst & Technical Business Analyst | Data Modelling

Job Title: Data Analyst & Technical Business Analyst | Data Modelling
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Sydney CBD, New South Wales
Salary: AU$80000 - AU$100000 per annum + Super + Bonus
Reference: 194519_1559262918
Contact Name: Sofie Cederholm
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 04, 2019 16:09

Job Description

Data Analyst/Technical Business Analyst

Permanent position

Sydney CBD

Nominated as one of Australia's most innovative companies, our client has been developing and delivering cloud software solutions for the Australian wealth accounting market since 2009.

Our client is the leading cloud SMSF administration software. Thousands of accountants and financial advisers rely on the award-winning solution to quickly and efficiently administer over 150,000 funds.

Due to the company's rapid growth and business success, they are creating a new data services team. They are looking for a Data Analyst/Technical Business Analyst to join the team.

The Data Analyst will provide expertise in Data Modelling - 'categorising and cataloguing data elements and helping to build data models for reporting'. This is a technical BA role with specific expertise in Data Modelling.

This role will involve a high volume of work to 'catalogue out what the current data model looks like, what do our data fields look like and build a data dictionary catalogue, which will be used to help design and build a reporting data model for the data warehouse.

The ideal candidate muist have the following skills and experience:

1. high attention to detail, who understands data structures and has good analytical skills.

2. Mid-level, with likely 2-5 years experience.

3. Able to speak sensibly about data structures, should have prior experience building data catalogues. should know about the difference between tables and queries, and different type of data structures.

If you meet the above criteria then please 'Apply Now'. For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Sofie Cederholm on quoting reference 194519