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1 day ago

BI Developer – new

Interactive Resources LLC Jacksonville, FL

Microsoft SSIS ETL Business Intelligence Developer Job Requirements Over 5 years of T-SQL Development 3-5 years of ETL package development Solid ETL… Dice


11 days ago

SQL Developer

Interactive Resources LLC Jacksonville, FL

The SQL Developer is responsible for delivering high-level reports, dashboards and visualizations based on metrics and data elements. A key aspect of… Dice


24 days ago

System Engineer

Interactive Resources LLC Jacksonville, FL

. bull Logical, clear and concise written and verbal communication skills. bull Must display initiative, ability to work independently and be able to… Dice


24 days ago

Junior C#.Net Developer

Interactive Resources LLC Jacksonville, FL

Junior .NET Developer - This is a great opportunity for a Jr.Entry level developer to grow and learn from a solid Sr. Development staff with a great… Dice


24 days ago

Business Intelligence Engineer

Interactive Resources LLC Jacksonville, FL

Work with the Global Business Intelligence team members to develop and manage Microsoft BI technologies. middot Work with the client(s) to define… Dice


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    I still love coming to work, but there a some days...

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    I have been working at Resource Interactive full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I really enjoy the work I do and my peers are great. They do a good job of trying to keep the culture and work environment fun and involved. Support from font-line managers is good, however, support from upper management seems to be non-existent sometimes.

    Cons

    Sometimes I leave the office shaking my head wondering what upper management was thinking. Things that should be a priority are often overlooked and things that really don't make a difference to the bottom-line are celebrated.

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