Reports Specialist

Employer
Northramp
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Jul 17, 2017
Closes
Jul 17, 2017
Function
Accountant, IT
Hours
Full Time
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionThe candidate will work with internal and external clients to define, develop, test and enhance new and existing reports in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). You will be part of a team working to expand an existing portfolio of reporting capabilities that integrate with our custom web applications.Duties and responsibilities:Work with internal and external clients to define report requirements, often with limited structure and conceptual directionIdentify opportunities to enhance existing report portfolioDevelop and standardize reporting framework within SSRS to decrease development resourcesProvide tier-1 support for external clients with regard to report modifications, execution or general troubleshooting issuesWork with internal application development team to update existing reports as database modifications and enhancements are implementedQualifications:Advanced understanding of Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, SQL Query language and SSRSExperience with Microsoft Visual Studio + Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS)Strong understanding of source control repository methodologies (eg TortoiseHQ, BitBucket)Experience with JIRA or equivalent software/project development management solutionPossess strong written and oral communication skills to support customers, internal stakeholders, peers, and public audiences.Required Education/Experience:Four years of technical experience in SSRS report design, development and maintenance in the financial and/or acquisition fieldBachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Data Analytics, related field or additional two years of industry experienceU.S. citizenshipThe capability to receive a government clearancePosition Type: Full-TimeLocation: Washington, DC Metro areaMinimum Experience: 4+ years of relevant experienceMinimum Education: 4 year degree in Business or Computer Science