Business Intelligence Developer in Data Engineering Team
Lloyds Banking Group
£54065 - £60380
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Business Intelligence Developer in Data Engineering Team (Chief Data Office)
Lloyds Banking Group
Location: Bristol based
Salary & Benefits: £54,065 to £60,380 base salary, plus annual personal bonus, 15% employer pension contribution (when you put in 6%), 4% flexible cash pot, private medical insurance, 30 days holiday plus bank holidays. We also offer flexible working hours, agile working practices and regular home working. Working for Lloyds is great!
Who are the Chief Data Office?
CDO brings together Data Engineering, Data Science, Business Intelligence (BI) and Agile Delivery to build data solutions in areas such as customer segmentation, pricing, customer experience, credit decisioning, commercial performance and fraud detection. They are also driving a more sophisticated approach to how they produce and distribute BI to enable more data-led decisions and help LBG achieve its ambition to be a truly data driven bank.
Joining as Business Intelligence Developer you will focus on the Data Architecture elements of the project we run while working within the Data Engineering team. With skills spanning across data mining/analysis/modelling and a mix of modern and traditional data platforms (e.g. Hadoop, Kafka, GCP, Azure, Teradata, SQL server) you'll get to work on a vast range of high-profile projects providing you with horizon-expanding exposure to a host of wider technologies and careers in data.
Who are Lloyds Banking Group?
As the UK's largest retail and commercial bank, we have a footprint that touches nearly every community and household in the UK. That gives us a big responsibility to support the UK economy, and we have a clear strategy to put customers first and achieve our vision of being the best bank for our customers.
We're committed to employing a diverse and inclusive workforce, reflective of the customers and communities we serve - where all our colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit.
So what exactly would you be responsible for?
You'll be part of a cross-functional team, working alongside the business, product owners, data scientists, machine learning engineers and Business Intelligence specialists to solve some of the Bank's toughest business problems.
You'll help design, build and optimise high quality, reusable data pipelines at scale, curating data for consumption through analytics and BI in our dimensional data models.
You'll focus on the data architecture elements of the projects which we support and act as the data architecture specialist within the team.
Your background from a Technical Perspective:
You'll need to have developed a depth of knowledge around standard data management practices, a passion for what can be achieved using data and an appreciation of what benefits can be derived from data.
We like people who come from diverse backgrounds in the field of data as it makes us stronger as a team to have people looking at problems from different perspectives. As a minimum we do need to see experience of the following for serious consideration:
Advanced experience developing large data solution for BI within a SQL Server environment using tools such as SSIS and Master Data Services.
Sound knowledge of Data Warehousing principles with a Kimball methodology approach.
Experience with optimizing large multi-terabyte databases.
Exposure or experience in migrating SQL Server databases to GCP is also advantageous.
You have some experience or aspirations of cloud environments.
About you as a Person: You're the sort of confident data professional we're looking for -You're passionate about both data/analytics with an aptitude for solving problems through data.
You are a good communicator and comfortable working effectively with technical and non-technical audiences.
Also, you'll have the imagination we actively encourage to innovate and help create a truly market-leading data and analytics function.
These roles would be great if you......
"Enjoy discovering the value in data", quote from Dan Hanrahan, Senior Manager Group Analytics.
Enjoy coming up with creative solutions.
Enjoy looking at the bigger picture and predicting how that could affect our team
What would you get in return? We'll give you stretch as well as an energising and informal environment. You'll realise genuine career progression opportunities gained within a nurturing culture that celebrates both diversity and equal opportunity.
Together we'll make it possible...
Interested but have a question or not sure if you should apply? Feel free to contact Jon Barratt via Linked in using this link http://bit.ly/JBarratt or via e-mail if you are applying internally from Lloyds. Happy to help with queries or for more information.