Emmis Communications

  • Business Intelligence Developer

    Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
    Posted Date 2 months ago(4/23/2018 2:54 PM)
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    Information Technology
  • Job Overview

    NextRadio is changing the landscape of broadcast radio, launching new media products and services to our clients. We are seeking a Business Intelligence (BI) Developer responsible for researching, designing, building and implementing complex data solutions used to drive value for the organization and NextRadio partners. This is a highly important role critical to the success of our product development, marketing, sales and revenue teams.

    NextRadio (http://www.nextradioapp.com) is available on 10’s of millions of FM enabled smartphones and growing rapidly, actively ranking as a top 10 Google Play Store music app.


    Our ideal candidate will be able to effectively execute within all facets of reporting and analytics including: data preparation, interpretation of results, cross-training on tools, and clear communication of results to key stakeholders. 

    Candidate must be a lifelong learner, task-focused and have a strong propensity for automation of DW/BI solutions. Evolves new ideas and demonstrates an enthusiasm for data mining. Proactively identifies new opportunities to improve processes beyond conventional approaches.

     The BI Developer role reports directly to the Director of Product Development Analytics and is a part of the overall Product division under the SVP Product Development at NextRadio.

    Desired Skills & Experience

    Your experience should include:

    • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Mathematics or related field
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience in BI support or report development
    • Strong technical background and grasp of business operations
    • Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills
    • Experience with one or more of the following: Redshift, MySQL, Aurora, PostgreSQL
    • Experience with Pentaho, Tableau, PowerBI, QlikSense or equivalent reporting platforms
    • Ability to demonstrate creativity, curiosity and strategic thinking skills with minimal oversite and supervision
    • Must be able to demonstrate a strong understanding in data architecture, warehousing, data quality processes, table structure, fact and dimension tables, logical and physical database design and data modeling
    • Proficient with various databases and object storage: Oracle, SQL Server, Dynamo, Mongo, Redshift, S3 a plus
    • Experience with ETL tools and OLTP design a plus

    Company Description

    If you are a qualified candidate and interested in this position we encourage you to apply. The preferred method to apply is to submit a cover letter, resume and application online within the Careers tab at www.emmis.com.

    TagStation, llc, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Emmis Communications Corporation that owns and operates the NextRadio business is the ninth-largest radio broadcaster in the United States based on number of listeners. The Emmis culture carries at its heart the belief that, in order to succeed, a company must take risks; treat its people well and give them the tools they need to win. Emmis has earned this valued reputation by setting high standards for excellence while creating a fun, exciting and innovative workplace, where every individual is part of the team.

    EMMIS Communications (NASDAQ: EMMS) is a diversified media corporation with award-winning radio broadcasting and magazine publishing operations in markets across the country. EMMIS is as well known for its creative culture as for its operations. Our people are aggressive, knowledgeable and deeply committed to each of the communities in which we operate. Because employees are the key to our success, EMMIS offers strong benefits and incentives, including health, dental and life insurance and a 401(k) contribution plan. For more information about EMMIS, visit our website at www.emmis.com.



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