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Business Intelligence Engineer at Hungryroot
HungryRootNew York, NY
About the Opportunity: As our BI Engineer, you will play a crucial role in improving and maintaining our business intelligence tool, Looker, at Hungryroot. Hungryroot helps you save time, save money, shop sustainably, and eat what makes you feel your best.
Hungryroot: Business Intelligence Engineer
HungryrootLancaster, PA
What You'll DoAs our BI Engineer, you will play a crucial role in improving and maintaining our business intelligence tool, Looker, at Hungryroot. Hungryroot is more than doubling in revenue year-over-year, profitable, and rapidly growing this is why we need you.
jobsearcher.com/articlesBusiness Intelligence Skills Needed
Duties: What you get to do in this role: Design solutions and processes for the Master Data Management Applications.
You have a knack for understanding and visualizing just the right way to share data and practical insights so that people can understand.
Hungryroot: Business Intelligence Engineer
HungryRootCleveland, NY
This includes partnering and consulting with business teams to understand reporting needs and develop the underlying data models to enable front-end users to self-serve. Hungryroot is built on the values of being proactive, positive, and transparent in all that we do.
Hungryroot: Business Intelligence Engineer
HungryRootDickinson Center, NY
Hungryroot is on track to earn $200M in revenue this year, profitable, and rapidly growing this is why we need you! You'll be a part of the Product & Data organization and collaborate closely with Engineering, which owns the data pipeline and ETL. Once the data has made its way to our Redshift warehouse, we'll look to you to make it as accessible and as fresh as possible in Looker.
Business Intelligence Engineer
HungryRootNew York, NY
As our BI Engineer, you will play a crucial role in improving and maintaining our business intelligence tool, Looker, at Hungryroot. 4+ years working on a business intelligence team.
Business Intelligence Engineer
HungryrootNew York New York, NY
A working environment filled with passionate, happy, smart people Hungryroot is built on the values of being proactive, positive, and transparent in all that we do. Hungryroot is your personal grocer, powered by AI and the belief that food deeply impacts your daily life.
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For better or worse, a side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was a marked shift in talent acquisition practices worldwide. With the struggle to retain talent that began in 2020, companies have had to rethink recruitment strategies. The result has been new talent acquisition trends that are well on their way to becoming commonplace. These are the practices that are going to become even more widespread going into 2023.

Hungryroot: Business Intelligence Engineer
HungryRootGeorgetown, NY
We also assist with meal planning and nutritional support, helping you save time, save money, shop sustainably, and eat what makes you feel your best. Expect to attend regular team building events, and to be able to work from the beach every once in a while.

Title: business intelligence engineer Company: hungryroot

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