Business Intelligence Developer is responsible for defining business intelligence requirements for Endpoint Security Team; develops conceptual data models, design, build and test sets of reporting and analytic business intelligence programs. Work cross-functionally with Asset Management, Vulnerability Management, Logging platforms, and Enterprise Security tools to collect and analyze logs and data to develop interactive visualizations and dashboards which provide actionable insights to the team and management.
Remote start but must live in Philadelphia
This six-month program will likely start remotely, but the expectation is for you to work from our Philadelphia offices when the company determines it is safe to do so and our offices reopen. Offers for the program are contingent upon candidates’ advance commitment to reside in a geographical area that is within commuting distance to our West Chester, PA or Philadelphia offices.
Employees at all levels are expected to:
Understand our Operating Principles; make them the guidelines for how you do your job.
Be responsible for the customer experience – think and act in ways that put our customers first, give them flawless digital options at every touchpoint, and make them promoters of our products and services.
Know your stuff – be hardworking learners, users and advocates of our groundbreaking technology, products and services, especially our digital tools and experiences.
Win as a team – make big things happen by working together and being open to new insights.
Be an active part of the Net Promoter System – a way of working that brings more employee and customer feedback into the company – by joining huddles, making call backs and helping us elevate opportunities to do better for our customers.
Get results and growth.
Respect and promote inclusion & diversity.
Do what’s right for each other, our customers, investors and our communities.
This information has been crafted to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this role. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications.
Comcast is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer.
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