Accenture Business Intelligence Consultant Jobs & Careers in Washington, DC

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16 days ago

Health Analytics Technical Analyst - Location Negotiable

Accenture Washington, DC

and deployment • Understanding of business intelligence architecture •… Accenture

14 days ago

Federal - Information/Data Strategy Consultant +

Accenture Arlington, VA

Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration. Applicants for empl… Accenture

23 days ago

Health Analytics Consulting Senior Manager

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications: • Bachelors degree in Statistics, Mathematics or related field • 3 years of experience in IT and/or analytics consulting… Accenture

18 days ago

Health EMR Analytics Consultant, Manager level - Location Negotiable

Accenture Washington, DC

• 5+ years experience with full lifecycle implementation for reporting of BI Solutions. • Exposure to or knowledge of Epic and/or… Accenture

22 days ago

Federal - Business Intelligence Developer

Accenture Springfield, VA

An active security clearance or the ability to obtain one, may be required for this… Accenture

24 days ago

SAP HANA Professionals +

Accenture Washington, DC

YOUR EXPERIENCE: Basic Qualifications • Bachelor's degree • 3 years of configuration/functional experience with SAP BI suite - SAP BW… Accenture

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    Great people, work hard /play hard mentality, career progression (you are responsible for your own career - you can take it down whatever path you choose). Plenty of opportunities to network, and for the federal practice - not much travel.


    There is a decent amount of bureaucracy, working with the government can be akin to pulling teeth, easy to get lost in a large firm.

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    Increase compensation, decrease amount of useless trainings

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