SQL Server SSAS and Power BI Contractors

dsp is the UK’s leading Database Managed Services Provider and have been pioneering remote DBA support for more than 18 years. As Oracle Platinum and Microsoft Gold Partners our focus is on delivering a 24*7 proactive monitoring and DBA services to a range of mid-market and FTSE 250 clients; whom come from a verity of industries and run a wide range of business critical applications.

We are looking for SQL Server SSAS and Power BI contract consultants to fill positions on many of our exciting contracts which we have  in the pipeline; ranging from 3-day pieces of work to much longer projects!

Do you have a proven track-record in scalable Database / Business Intelligence (BI) development using:

  • SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS).
  • Multi-Dimensional Expressions (MDX).
  • SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS).
  • Reporting tools, including SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and Crystal reports.
  • Power BI Suite (Power Query, Power Pivot, Power View and Power Map).

If so, please contact our HR Manager Christine Zazzarelli at or via LinkedIn.​

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