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Cognos Business Intelligence Analyst

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We are currently in search of the mentioned position based out of our Montreal office:

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Document & analyze business requirements
  • Prepare detailed specifications to define reports
  • Participate in walkthroughs with key stakeholders to validate report specifications
  • Meta data development using Cognos Framework Manager
  • Report development using Cognos Report Studio, Query Studio
  • Support the software development lifecycle from requirements through to delivery
  • Provide timely and accurate project status for analysis & development tasks
Requirements & Competencies:
  • A Bachelor’s degree in either Management Information Systems (IS), Computer Science or Computer/Software Engineering
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English
  • 1-2 years’ experience with:
    • Framework Manager
    • Query Studio, Report Studio
    • SQL Server
  • Experience with the following Cognos application is an asset:
    • Data manager
    • Event studio
    • Cognos SDK
    • Cognos administration
  • Experience with other BI environments will be an asset. (Business Objects, Microstrategy, Oracle).
  • Expertise in the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio)
  • A familiarity with the software development lifecycle
  • A track record of excellence in team dynamics
  • Ability to work within assigned deadlines
  • A proactive attitude
  • Some traveling may be required

Oceanwide is an equal opportunity employer that offers a fast-paced and dynamic environment.  Our employees enjoy competitive salaries, profit sharing program, group benefits, an Education & Tuition Assistance program, and much more. For immediate consideration, please forward your resume to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  

Thank you for your interest in Oceanwide; only those candidates selected will be contacted.

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