Business Intelligence Developer- Iasi, Romania
We are looking to recruit further Business Intelligence Developer/Reporting Specialist to complement our existing team.
As a Business Intelligence Developer you will build dynamic online reports for client projects and ensures delivery of robust, high-quality reporting solutions.
You will deliver the reporting solutions using Oracle SQL, Qlik Sense and our proprietary TrialMax platform.
We will provide training in Qlik Sense (if you don’t already have that knowledge or experience) but we do need you to have good knowledge of SQL. A big plus would be knowledge or experience in data science field.
Other qualities and experience that we would like you to have:
Desirable skills (not core, comfort with these is a plus):
CRF Health aspires to be the market leading provider of patient centred eSource technology and service solutions focused on flexibility and innovation, underpinned by deep regulatory and technical knowledge and high-quality service delivery.
We have operations in Finland, the US and the UK and continue to grow in terms of revenues, customer numbers and employees.
CRF Health creates electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) solutions that are simple, scalable, and effective. From our collaborative, agile design approach to our user-friendly reporting tools, we streamline complex processes and deliver reliable results for superior clinical trial outcomes. We improve patient engagement with intuitive design, support study teams with tailored scientific insights, and secure high-quality data with precision. Above all, we ease the path to approval.
Our personalized service and unparalleled eCOA expertise helps sponsors bring new medicine to market quickly and cost-effectively, improving lives across the world. More information on CRF Health to be found at www.crfhealth.com
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The "Behaviours" we will measure you against - the "how you do it" - includes:
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