Junior Business Intelligence Consultant

FDM
Job LocationUS
Job TagEarly Career

Description:

Location: New York, NY; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh, NC; Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; Jacksonville, FL; Tampa, FL; Miami, FL

As a Junior Business Intelligence Consultant with FDM, you will undergo industry specific training and continue your career journey as an FDM consultant by working for one of our globally recognized clients. Some common positions you could be working in include Business Intelligence Analyst, Data Analyst, ETL Engineer and more.

Business Intelligence roles often involve access to business areas in major Fortune 500 companies working on sensitive data and high-profile projects. You will use your investigative and problem solving skills to analyze data and uncover trends that deliver actionable insights for the business. This could involve working with databases, data preparation, data analysis, business analysis and creating visualizations using industry standard BI tools.


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