Digitalization and IT are everywhere. Risk management and data driven decision making are fast becoming the most sought after place to build a career within the banking world. You want to link those two fields and work as a technological pioneer within a bank that is multinational and diverse? Apply now and shape the IT Risk Department from the early days.
What my client company has to offer:
Top data experts around the globe.
A team of high level ambition combined with a clear vision.
A stable, successful company with an innovative and driven IT risk department.
Company incentives like food vouchers, summer and winter parties.
A strong works council that ensures all employees' rights.
Support for training and personal development.
Flexible working hours.
A competitive compensation up to 100,000 ???.
As a lead BI developer you work closely with data scientists and engineers, as well as colleagues from the business and develop advanced analytics tools.
You code and develop data pipelines and further develop the database for sets of unique risk data using Python, R, SQL and Oracle.
You help to refine base algorithms that translate data into actionable insights for the risk teams around the globe.
You are highly involved in topics related to the development of the data BI and risk data stratetgies in regards to design, maintenance, migrations, administration and configuration.
A University degree in Computer Science, Physics, Math or related quantitative field.
4+ years of highly relevant practical experience in BI development, data warehouse development, database engineering or data engineering.
Fluent in Python and SQL.
Key database design skills within an Oracle environment.
Good understanding of visualization.
Exceptional English communication skills.
To learn more about this opportunity, please apply with your current CV or reach out to Nathalie Zetzmann.
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