Why working as Frontend Data Visualization at Jexia?
Do you have a passion for making data-driven decisions? Do you build truly impactful dashboards?
If so, we have a challenging role within one of our highly skilled teams!
We are now looking for an awesome Frontend Data Visualization for our Brazilian office in São Paulo starting as soon as possible.
What will you do?
As a business intelligence/data analyst you will design, develop and implement business information solutions that are used to manage our organisation. You will be part of the Data Team. Your co-workers are experienced data analysts, scientists, and engineers.
How does a day look like?
Your typical day starts at 9 am with a 15-30 min long meeting with data team. We discuss the advancement of the projects and decide on how to overcome difficulties.
Your responsibilities include working on dashboards, developing KPIs, ensuring data quality and most importantly providing data transparency for leadership.
You’re there to help people connect the dots using data. Mainly you do all of this via your favorite data visualization tool – Tableau!
Around 12 pm you have lunch with your team (the coolest companies people) and, after that, you continue working on the board dashboard that you built.
With your team members, you make sure we are all on track to accomplish what we set out to accomplish for the day/ week. The rest of the afternoon is spent on work and thinking about how to automate some of the work using technology.
The day ends at around 17:30 pm with a 30min of catch up of the tech news/blogging.
What do we ask of you?
BS in Computer Science or equivalent relevant experience
2+ years of experience, preferably on Tableau, developing and managing intuitive, simple and meaningful interactive dashboards
Perform exploratory analysis alongside data science to generate hypotheses, identify gaps, and size opportunities
Good understanding of cloud-based applications and application deployment
Able to map available management information
Knowledge of design patterns, technology standards, and best practice