Data Application Developer

Posted 03 May 2022
Salary£40000 - £49000 per annum
Job type Permanent
DisciplineBI, Data & Analytics
Contact NameCameron Jones

Job description

Position: Data Application Developer

Location: Edinburgh (Remote)

Salary: £40,000 - £49,000 (doe)

Sponsorship: Not provided for this role

The client is a public sector financial institution with hundreds of employees and multiple offices however this role is 100% remote and you can be based anywhere.

About you

You will have working knowledge and experience with:

  • R / R Shiny, Tableau, SQL, Power BI
  • Python
  • Data analysis
  • Can Design, build, and test large scale data products and applications

Looking to develop and transform its use of digital technologies in order to analyse and use data more effectively. Helping deliver the data-driven resources and tools that auditors use to question, communicate and explore how public bodies are delivering their services. You will build, maintain and improve the growing suite of in house data driven web applications. You will be providing new insights into the financial health and performance of the business.

  • Delivering new data-driven applications, scripts and dashboard, keeping future roll-out and maintainability in mind
  • Improving and maintaining existing data-driven applications with new features, automated unit and end-to-end testing, and appropriate data interfaces
  • Supporting our transition to cloud technologies by integrating cloud-native data tools into our approach, including deployment/orchestrating data stores and tools
  • Implementing modern software engineering techniques such as reproducible analytical pipelines, continuous integration, and automated testing to ensure that data analysis products are robust
  • Be involved in all stages of the SDLC including requirements gathering, design, implementation, training, testing and documentation. Apply security and development best practice principles to ensure outstanding levels of service and support for the business.