Test Analyst - Retail

Overview

Our client is looking for an Oracle Retail Test Analyst for a permanent position to help support one of their flagship projects. 
Role is permanent and will require some travel travel to client site. 

Requirements 
Back end test the process before the report is released

Reconcile the data source that goes into the back end.

Check the data to ensure it’s transformed against rules, calculation and models.

Very good with SQL queries

Strong with mapping of data

 

Experience (this is the original JD info)

 

  • Back end Testing BI / Data Warehouse solutions; Analytical Reports, ETL processes typically encountered during the BI project lifecycle, and the common challenges
  • SQL querying data with complex joins / table structures. Investigating and resolving errors in queries or results
  • Interpreting technical architecture diagrams and specifications
  • Working with multiple parties and suppliers to deliver tested changes
  • Retail, Inventory management, Stock Planning, Sales and Pricing BI projects
  • Be involved in Projects and Programmes delivering complex change

Project info

Oracle Project Release delivering additional changes post the main Oracle Release.
The specific changes being delivered include analytic BI reports, developed in the BI suite that is part of the main Oracle solution

Kenneth O'Connor, UK Account Manager - Your e-Frontiers consultant for this job

Kenneth has been with e-Frontiers for the past 4 years and heads up the UK branch of e-Frontiers. Kenneth comes from a technical sales background having worked in FS and hospitality industries both in Ireland and the UK. Graduated with a degree in Sport Science from UL he has progressed into more commercial roles upon leaving college. For e-Frontiers Kenneth manages the relationships between e-Frontiers and our UK clients across IT, Business and Executive Search and ensures we deliver what we promise. Kenneth is also the Vice-Chair of the London Irish Business Society – the largest Irish networking society in London.