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Tavia Technologies is an experienced technology company offering Web, Wireless & Business Intelligence services.  They are recruiting for the following position:

Job Title: Support Analyst (Business Intelligence)

The desired candidate for the Support Analyst (BI) role must be able to ensure the goals of the client with respect to data/information management are met.

Responsibilities:
•   Clear understanding of source and target structures.
•   Building cubes and reports that take advantage of Dimensional Modelling capabilities.
•   Knowledge and experience of business intelligence applications like Hyperion, Cognos and Business Objects.
•   Ability to troubleshoot technical problems with beta and new release software as well as research possible solutions using the internet and other available resources.
•   Strong data analysis and data modelling; data warehouses, data marts and star schemas.
•   Database optimization; solid understanding of referential integrity and the use of indexes.
•   Implementing and supporting 3rd party applications and web-based applications.

Essential Skills for Oracle BI:
•   Create and maintain Oracle Discoverer business areas.
•   Create and maintain Oracle Discoverer workbooks and worksheets.
•   Create and maintain Oracle OLAP cubes.
•   Create and maintain the Enterprise Data Dictionary.
•   Must have at least 3 years relevant working experience and is able to work without supervision.

Desirable Skills:
University degree in computer/Information Technology or related field

How to Apply:
Qualified Candidates only should please send their resumes to vacancy@taviatech.com.ng.

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This job vacancy is still open but don't wait much longer because the deadline was not specified. Send in your application before the deadline. Goodluck!

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