EXCELCOMINDO PRATAMA, PT (XL)
ANALYST - DATA MINING (CODE : DMA)
Responsible for developing customer analytics reports based on key corporate requirements from Oracle database and have an understanding business requirements and independently perform complex data mining tasks to derive insightful reports.
Familiar with telecom data structures; Usage, Reloads, Activations, etc
Having skill Data Mining - coding in SQL query, data structure of Oracle/SAS/Teradata environments
Proficiency in MS Office, especially in MS Excel
Strong in analytical skill
Bachelor degree major in Engineering/Computer Science, Mathematics & Statistics areas from reputable university
3 - 5 years working of experiences, preferably more than 3 years as part of a analytical team to generate reports from SQL database
Successful candidates will work in a result oriented and dynamic environment. English proficiency and computer literacy are required for this position.
Send your application and curriculum vitae by indicating the position code you apply before November 15, 2008 (in MS Word, no more than 100 kb) to:
Friday, November 07, 2008
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