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Senior Tableau Developer

Company Name:
Pyramid Consulting Inc
Title : Senior Tableau Developer
Location : Fairfield, CT
Duration : Long Term
Type of Experience:
Looking to hire a senior Tableau Developer with 7 9 years of experience in software development of which at least 3 years in Tableau software and at least 1 -2 development(s) in Mobile BI applications. Candidates with high levels of Tableau technical expertise preferably from Manufacturing / Heavy industries are preferred. Experience of working for large scale projects involving multiple business units, cross functional teams is highly desirable.
Key Responsibilities:
This role will be responsible for leading and executing architecture and development in Tableau Software.
Responsible for development of Mobile BI applications.
Coordinate with business stakeholders across functions to execute on work activities.
Should be able to bring best practices for discussions with business stakeholders.
Responsible for documentation related to Tableau architecture and development.
Prepare various reports and presentations for management.
Effectively manage overall client relationships to exceed client expectations
Effectively co-ordinate in an on-shore and off-shore model
Required Skills:
7 9 years of software development experience, minimum 3 years in Tableau and Mobile BI.
High level of technical expertise in Tableau Software (Architecture, development).
Excellent written and verbal communications
Customer management skills
Good inter-personnel skills and ability to work in an on-shore and off-shore model
Willingness to travel
Thanks and Regards
Ravi Jaiswal
Pyramid Consulting, Inc.
SEI-CMMI Level 3
11100, Atlantis Place, Alpharetta, GA - 30022
Cell: 4048910420
Work: 770-255-3104(Desk) fax: 678.840.2109
Email:

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