RESPONSIBILITIES:Kforce has a client in Denver, CO that is seeking a Business Intelligence Developer. The role is open to Denver, CO and Charlotte, NC.Overview:Business Intelligence Developers must be data experts, as they work primarily with databases and different types of software. Often abbreviated as BI Developer, this job involves developing and fine-tuning IT solutions. That can include anything from coding, testing, debugging, designing, or implementing newly developed tools. A BI Developer spends a lot of time researching and planning solutions for existing problems within the company. BI Developers also are responsible for building online analytical processing (OLAP). They also work with databases, both relational and multidimensional. BI Developers are often responsible for managing others in the IT department or in the company. This position is most commonly found in office environments in large corporations and in IT companies. Most BI Developer positions require a degree in computer science or programming and a substantial amount of work experience, usually around seven years. As the primary focus of this position is to solve problems, BI Developers must always been mining data and presenting it in an understandable way. They should be capable of creating tables, writing reports on their findings, and simplify highly technical language for others in the company.REQUIREMENTS: 10+ years of experience Needs to be strong in SQL (complex quering data for viewership) 1-10 most tenured, looking for 7/8 Comfortable moving to snowflake (data lab space within, using SQL to move data to snowflake); They will have contractor take Snowflake essential certification Tableau building dashboards (nice to have) Willing to learn reporting altrix (not required) Need to be comfortable working with stakeholders directly; Needs to be autonomousKforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.