Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Developer job with THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME AUSTRALIA

  • Full-time, Continuing position
  • HEW Level 9
  • National position based in Fremantle


The Analytics, Planning and Performance (APP) Office supports the University in the areas of data analysis, planning and reporting to monitor the University’s performance and progress on agreed goals and priorities. The Office is committed to providing stakeholders within the University with the information required to support data informed decision making.


This role works in conjunction with the APP team to turn data into critical information and knowledge that can be used to make sound business decisions. Specifically this role will support and maintain the university data warehouse as well as contributing to the development and improvement of the Business Intelligence (BI) function.

The successful applicant will be required to:

  • Develop processes and procedures for data management across the University, or within the scope of a specific project
  • Analyse current data warehousing processes for improvement to make procedures more efficient, or enabling the realisation of a different end target
  • Design, architect, configure, develop and implement a centralised Enterprise data warehouse solution for business applications data using cloud Microsoft technologies and presenting information in visualised dashboards and reports via Power BI
  • Contribute to the design, development and implementation of the overall Organisational Business Intelligence Strategy
  • Design and develop data models to arrange a data structure optimised for Business Intelligence and analytics, implementing solutions using proven database architecture, modelling, and sound information architecture principles
  • Analyse business data requirements and engage with key stakeholders, suggesting and implementing quality solutions and reports, and dashboards using the latest features of the Microsoft platform
  • Manage, develop and train Business Intelligence developers, ensuring best practice, and participating as a positive and reliable team member and supervisor promoting and contributing to a supportive environment
  • Optimise the data integration platform, ensuring optimal performance, data availability, accessibility and integrity

ABOUT YOU (Selection Criteria)

  1. Supportive of the Objects of The University of Notre Dame Australia as a Catholic University
  2. Relevant post-graduate qualification in Data Science or Analytics, and extensive experience in a similar role
  3. Significant experience of working as an ETL/BI Developer/Leader in a large enterprise wide environment with large and complex datasets using Microsoft Data and Analytics Suite of products, both on-prem and Azure
  4. Demonstrated experience in the development of solutions using the technologies available on the Microsoft Azure Platform (e.g. Azure Data Warehouse, Azure Data Factory, Azure Blob Storage/Data Lake, Azure Active Directory, etc.)
  5. Strong understanding and knowledge of languages, cloud based services and software utilised by the University, including but not limited to SQL, Azure and PeopleSoft
  6. Proven ability to manage systems and structures to find innovative solutions to manage competing workload and business demands
  7. Experience working with Product Owners or Business users to understand business needs, define scope and translating requirements into technical specifications
  8. Experience in leading and implementing continuous improvement initiatives and service delivery improvements aligned to the University’s strategic objectives
  9. Good conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to develop creative solutions to complex problems and business requirements
  10. Excellent communicator, with strong written and oral communication skills, well organised, with good interpersonal skills.


Please contact Jess Malone, Talent Acquisition Specialist at [email protected]


Please apply online with a resume and cover letter, including a brief response to the selection criteria outlining your suitability for the role.

Submit your application by clicking ‘Apply’

Applications close 14 February 2022

Applicants are expected to have current and valid work rights in Australia.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

The University of Notre Dame Australia seeks to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the different needs of the University and its stakeholders and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our staff.