Reporting Analyst

A Reporting Analyst job in Beaverton, Oregon, is available courtesy of Adecco Engineering and Technology.
This position will be responsible for reporting requests from the business, client services, data services, and other departments as they are requested.
Requests can range from simple Excel reporting to needing to leverage internally developed applications, SSRS, and at times SSIS in order to complete the task.
I work closely with this client and the on site managers; they are building a great team!!Reporting Analyst job responsibilities include:
o At times manually manipulate small sets of data in Excelo Communicate effectively on a daily basis to the Project Management team, Data Services developers and Data Services managemento This position requires someone who can work well in a fast paced environment and still maintain good organization, communication and critical thinking.
A strong understanding of general data principals, databases, reporting is necessary for this position.
o One plus years of experience in intermediate TSQL coding / data mining o Two plus years working with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPointo Strong understanding of data principals, reporting and databaseso Strong work ethic and strong analytical, communication and verbal and written skills with a strong customer service focus o Understanding of development methodology and lifecycleo One to two years of experience in SSRSo Knowledge of SSIS If you are interested in this Reporting Analyst job opportunity in Beaverton, Oregon then please click APPLY NOW.
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If you have questions about the position please contact Dave Fitzsimons at email removed or 503.
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