Job: Tableau Developer
Bed Bath and Beyond is seeking an innovative and energetic BI Developer to play a key role in implementing our strategic reporting initiatives to drive business and product decisions. This is a role in which you will have the opportunity to contribute to the success and development of our analytics function.
- The Tableau Developer will work with business units to define requirements, use various data sources to develop and publish Tableau workbooks that best suits business needs.
- Translate requirements into functional specifications and build mock-ups to support Tableau desktop report design.
- Maintain integrity and quality of existing reports, dashboards, and data sources for a variety of end users in Tableau.
- Experience in creating complex formulas and calculations within Tableau to meet the needs of complex business logic
- Experience articulating business requirements and translating requirements into data visualization needs
- Good sense of visual layouts and design to explain complex business metrics.
- Design and develop high quality database solutions consisting of tables, procedures, views and functions, while accounting for the pros and cons of the types of indexes, constraints and built-in SQL functions by data types
- 3-5 years experience developing and publishing interactive reports and dashboards, creating action filters, parameters and calculated sets for preparing dashboards and worksheets in Tableau Desktop and Server environments
- Data blending skills and ability to work with business units to define requirements and use multiple data sources to develop Tableau workbooks per defined requirements
- 2-3 years’ experience with creating complex queries and joins with SQL
- Ability to understand complex data structures and communicate the data transformation from source to report
- Effective Communication and Presentation skills
- Advanced experience in SQL Server, databases and writing queries
- Strong MFT, SFTP, PGP Keys, XML, XSD skills
- Strong knowledge of Excel, VBA and creating macros