Data Visualization Consultant (R00085322_Irving)
Applied Intelligence, the people who love using data to tell a story. We’re also the world’s largest team of data scientists, data engineers, and experts in machine learning and AI. A great day for us? Solving big problems using the latest tech, serious brain power, and deep knowledge of just about every industry. We believe a mix of data, analytics, automation, and responsible AI can do almost anything—spark digital metamorphoses, widen the range of what humans can do, and breathe life into smart products and services. Want to join our crew of sharp analytical minds? [Register to View]
A data visionary – literally! You are fascinated by data, no matter where it comes from. Your superpower? Leading data visualization efforts by creating crystal clear, compelling visualizations of data in clients’ standard platforms – then teasing out and sharing insights from that data. You have top-notch communication skills and you’re in your element juggling priorities in a fast-paced setting where results are everything.
Be a part of a team that is in charge of building end-to-end digital transformation capabilities and lead fast moving development teams using Agile methodologies.
Consult on and help with the making of creative data visualization to give users the best experience possible.
Help migrate users’ homegrown data visualization applications to enterprise standard.
Collaborate on creation efforts between the Accenture team and client business users to define and validate compelling Analytics applications or dashboards that drive value add.
Keep everyone from individual contributors to top executives in the loop about progress, communicating across organizations and levels. If critical issues block progress, refer them up the chain of command to be resolved in a timely manner.
Pinpoint and clarify key issues that need action, lead the response and articulate results clearly in actionable form.
Show a strong aptitude for carrying out solutions and translating objectives into a scalable solution that meets end customers’ needs within deadlines.
Here’s what you need:
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Technical Science or equivalent (minimum 12 years') work experience
- Minimum 2 years of full life cycle Development. Agile and waterfall delivery experience
- Minimum 2 years of design or development experience with 2 or more of the following data visualization tools; Tableau, Qlik, Spotfire, PowerBI, ThoughtSpot
- Minimum 1 year of data technology experience to include ETL tools (BODS, Informatica, Talend, Alteryx, Ab Initio, DataStage) or Data Modeling (Oracle, Teradata, SAP, Netezza) or other reporting tools such as Cognos, MicroStrategy, Business Objects
Bonus Points If:
- Certified in one or many of the technologies mentioned above
- Machine Learning and/or AI experience
- Previous consulting experience
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