• SQL Data Analyst

    Job Locations US-TX-Dallas
    Posted Date 2 months ago(9/13/2018 12:02 PM)
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  • Overview

    The SQL Data Analyst reports to the Vice President of Planning and Risk and is responsible for developing data queries and analyses to facilitate decision making to ensure the success of business objectives and to provide solutions for departmental reporting needs.


    As a SQL Data Analyst, the expectation is that you will provide technical leadership in the management of complex data, including developing, executing and automating reports for efficient and timely dissemination of critical information. You will work with various departments and sources to gather data, perform analysis and execute objectives


    • Execute and enhance recurring business performance reporting packages and data analyses;
    • Create SQL queries to facilitate extraction of data into reporting tools, such as Power BI;
    • Analyze existing complex systems to understand and document data elements, relationships, data flow, dependencies and their related interfaces;
    • Actively participate in cross-functional teams providing analysis expertise, offering original perspectives and challenging the conventional views;
    • Perform other duties and assignments, as requested


    • Bachelor’s degree in Business Information Systems or equivalent related experience;
    • Proven record of data management skills and experience with SQL;
    • Advanced Microsoft Office knowledge and application skills;
    • Ability to handle multiple assignments on a timely basis with a high degree of accuracy and attentiveness to details;
    • Enthusiastic team player with a committed work ethic and strong problem-solving aptitude;
    • High level of motivation and can-do attitude in a high-performance environment;
    • Exceptional personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
    • Knowledge of network marketing business operations strongly preferred


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