Business Intelligence Developer

  • Elliotts
  • Southampton SO14 5AG, UK
  • 25/09/2020
Full time Data Science Data Analytics Big Data Business Intelligence Statistics

Job Description

As a BI developer at Elliotts you will join a small team of individuals in our Business Systems team, reporting to the Business Analytics Specialist who will support you with training and guidance as needed, you will primarily work cross functionally with other departments (such as Finance, Marketing, Branch Managers) to provide data, insights and tools to support ongoing commercial projects and business as usual trading.

Secondary to the core BI responsibilities of the role you will also have the opportunity to get involved with many other areas of the business such as ecommerce, software development (internal business tools) and business process improvement depending on your own abilities and interests.


You may be a smart and driven self-starter looking for a fresh challenge who lacks the experience on paper to apply for some more traditional roles. Or, you may have experience in similar roles and are looking for a new environment in which to grow your skills.

Technical skills

Willingness and ability to learn are as important as current skill level however you must have some relevant experience or be able to demonstrate your capability in some of these areas:

    • SSIS / extracting, transforming, loading data
    • SQL query writing
    • Microsoft Excel – formulas, pivots etc
    • Experience developing with BI tools such as Qlik Sense, PowerBI, Tableau etc (Qlik Sense preferred)
    • Data visualisation best practices
    • Any advanced analytical skills, such as statistical knowledge / ML may be useful
    • Any other skills you can bring to the role which you think may be beneficial

Soft Skills

Ability to work effectively in a small team, supporting more than one person

Good critical thinking and analytical skills

Self-organised and attentive to detail

Ability to self-teach and independently strives to pick up new skills