Feb 062018

Do you have good skills in VBA, MS Access and SQL? Are you excited to work with data manipulation projects and stay in touch with big international clients?

Our client is a large player with more that 200 years of history on the international arena. They provide customized data manipulation services and solutions based on their unique algorithm, which is recognized and trusted worldwide. You will work closely with respresentatives of large multinationals and provide recommendations on diverse business needs based on your data manipulation.

On a daily basis you will:

  • Stay in touch with the external clients and your colleagues from sales and coordinate the execution of the project in a timely manner
  • Clean, adjust and manipulate data received from the client
  • Run queries and develop programs to help you navigate through the bulk data
  • Execute tests in the tailored-made system and provide recommendations to the clients based on the outcome

What you offer:

  • good knowledge of programming languages such as, VBA
  • strong skills in data manipulation and extrapolation tools: MS Access, SQL Server
  • affinity with Visual Basic is an advantage
  • developed organization skills and ability to manage expectations of stakeholders
  • accuracy and detail orientation
  • ability to work independently and enjoy responsibilities given

What we offer:

  • initial contract for 10-11 months to start with
  • dynamic, multicultural environment
  • gym and swimming pool offered in the building
  • table tennis and a relaxing area in the office
  • transport allowance
  • 24 holidays
  • fun and supportive colleagues

Open-minded, flexible, professional, stimulating.

Well-established international organization with presents all over the world that provides data manipulation services and business recommendations to diverse range of companies.

Match criteria: ICT, Finance & Accounting, Information Technology (ICT), Job, ICT, To be determined, 40 hours, Prov. South Holland, English, Analyst

Company name: Adams Multilingual Recruitment

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