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Data Analyst Atlanta, GA We are seeking to fill a Data Analyst position. The position requires 7+ years of prior experience as a data analyst. The position is a consultative technical position working with large enterprise customers who will implement data management solutions on multiple BI platforms. We are looking for a candidate who can interact directly with our clients to consult, solicit business rules, design, and build solutions to address the clientís business intelligence and/or data management challenges. The Data Analyst may be required to build, modify, and maintain data entities based on customer requirements and initiatives. This position requires working well in teams, as well as independently on projects. As a customer-facing position, excellent communication (oral and written), customer expectation management, responsiveness to customer needs, being proactive in anticipating technical challenges, being meticulous, and having a consultative approach are extremely important to be successful in this position. The ideal candidate will be responsive to customer needs, take a proactive approach in anticipating technical and political challenges throughout a project, have great organization skills with attention to detail, and will take a consultative approach to solving complex Data Management issues.

Candidates must demonstrate expertise with Tableau for dashboard development and have advanced skills to query and manipulate data using both SQL and Excel. Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in making useful inferences and driving improvement actions from large data sets that are messy and not easily understood. There may be up to 75% travel required and daily work activities are managed within a virtual environment supported by the ability to telecommute
Industrial Engineer - Supply Chain Atlanta, GA Remote - We are telecommuting now while looking forward to the future and going to where the work is performed!

Our Industrial Engineers design, optimize, and ensure high-quality products and services are delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner across the globe. We are looking for recent graduate students well-grounded in core supply chain concepts that approach operational productivity from a quantitative perspective with the business acumen to understand the interactions between operations, finance, and the global economy.


Successful candidates will assess system performance and execute change to reduce cost, improve service, and optimize capacity. This role demands excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as a holistic understanding of manufacturing, transportation, and distribution operations. You will prioritize initiatives and lead change based upon the clientís value perspective working across departments with production, design, quality, finance, supply chain, demand planning, production planning, and various engineering teams to improve operations and reduce cost. 

There may be up to 75% travel required to support our clients. Daily work activities are managed within a virtual environment supported by the ability to telecommute.
Business Intelligence Architect Atlanta, Ga or Washington Metro Area We are currently seeking to fill a Data Architect & Analyst position. The position requires 7+ years of prior experience as a data analyst or architect. The position is a consultative technical position working with large enterprise customers who will implement data management solutions on multiple BI platforms. We are looking for a candidate who can interact directly with our clients to consult, solicit business rules, design, and build solutions to address the clientís business intelligence and data management challenges. The Senior Data Architect & Analyst may be required to create, modify, and maintain data entities based on customer requirements and initiatives. This position requires working well in teams, as well as independently on projects. As a customer-facing position, excellent communication (oral and written), customer expectation management, responsiveness to customer needs, being proactive in anticipating technical challenges, being meticulous, and having a consultative approach are essential to be successful in this position. 

Candidates must demonstrate experience with several analytic tools, such as ETL, Database, and Visualization, and have advanced skills to query and manipulate data using both SQL and Excel. Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in making useful inferences and driving improvement actions from large data sets that are messy and not easily understood. There may be up to 75% travel required.

Demonstration of polished oral and written communication skills in engaging colleagues, clients, and potential clients is essential.

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