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BI Engineer

  • Job
    Junior Level
  • Software Engineering
  • Leeds, +3

AI generated summary

  • You must have experience in data visualisation software, strong SQL skills, knowledge of data warehouse systems, and be analytical with great communication skills for this BI Engineer role.
  • You will expand our data warehouse, collaborate with the Data & Analytics team, engage with clients to design dashboards, analyze data, troubleshoot issues, shape data for reporting solutions, suggest BI improvements, work with IT, identify new data sources, and provide insights to the company.


  • Experience on data visualisation software preferable, ideally Power BI
  • Strong working knowledge of SQL
  • Knowledge/experience of Data Warehouse schema design, data modelling & data warehouse systems (Snowflake preferable)
  • Practical experience in ELT processes & tools
  • Analytical with a creative mind and attention to detail
  • A good communicator, you listen carefully and use positive language to clearly present information, ideas and views, verbally, in writing and by using technology
  • Experience in interpreting data to draw out insights
  • Comfortable with independent work, and collaborating within the team
  • Good communication with non-technical stakeholders to understand what is required and discuss technical work in an understandable way
  • You work effectively with others by being co-operative, inclusive, supportive and understanding towards your colleagues and other stakeholders
  • Preferable - degree in STEM subject (preferably Comp Sci or equivalent)


  • Expanding our data warehouse, incorporating new data sources, and building in best-practice warehouse design
  • Collaborating with colleagues in the Data and Analytics team to deliver dashboard reports
  • Engaging with clients (usually but not limited to internal colleagues) to understand their needs, and designing and creating a suitable dashboard report
  • Developing and maintaining analytics solutions and perform data analysis
  • Creation of technical documentation, capturing development, processes & DW changes
  • Troubleshooting and resolving data-related problems
  • Staging & shaping data from multiple data sources into reporting and analytical solutions and integrations
  • Identifying and suggesting improvements in delivery of BI to the company
  • Working closely with the IT department to ensure that the data collection and storage are appropriate and suitable for BI purposes
  • Working with all internal departments to identify suitable metrics specific to their departmental operations and wider BI requests
  • Identifying new sources of data to be used to grow BI capability
  • Identifying new uses of existing data to provide insight to the company


What kind of company is Ridge and how many people does it employ?

Ridge is a multidisciplinary built environment consultancy, employing over 1100 people across 11 locations throughout the UK.

What is the main responsibility of a BI Engineer at Ridge?

The main responsibility of a BI Engineer at Ridge is to expand the data warehouse, deliver dashboard reports, engage with clients to understand their needs, develop and maintain analytics solutions, troubleshoot data-related problems, and work closely with internal departments to identify suitable metrics and BI requests.

What skills and experience are required for the role of BI Engineer at Ridge?

The skills and experience required for the role of BI Engineer at Ridge include experience with data visualisation software, strong working knowledge of SQL, knowledge of Data Warehouse schema design and data modelling, experience in ELT processes and tools, analytical skills, communication skills, ability to interpret data to draw out insights, and a degree in a STEM subject (preferably Comp Sci or equivalent) is preferable.

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We are a multidiscipline Property and Construction Consultancy. We help our clients create better, more sustainable places for people to live, learn and work. We offer a partner-led approach with our 850+ people working worldwide from 12 UK locations.