Data Analyst

Company:
Location: Westmead NSW 2145

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Data Analyst

  • Make an important contribution to the health of children through medical research
Work with one of Australia’s most respected national and independent medical

research institutes
Located in Westmead, one of Sydney’s and Australia’s major biomedical research

hub
Competitive salary offered. Includes salary packaging benefits only available to

Australian not-for-profit employees

Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) was Australia’s first dedicated paediatric research
facility and is now one of the world’s most highly regarded independent medical research centres.
Our research focuses on the areas of embryonic development and birth defects, cancer,
neuroscience and gene therapy and we have a strong international reputation based on our research
outcomes. It is also home to the world-first proteomics project, ProCan, which is changing the way
cancer is diagnosed and treated. CMRI’s research programs are supported by state-of-the-art
facilities and committed research and support staff. Our achievements are made possible by a loyal
network of community supporters, highly engaged donors and the very successful Jeans for Genes®
fundraising campaign.

We are seeking a Data analyst with 3 years +/- experience to join our dynamic fundraising team
which plays a critical role helping CMRI deliver world beating research.

Apply your data skills to;

  • Deliver compelling performance reports on CMRI’s fundraising campaigns and activities
  • Profile and segment our database of donors to optimize fundraising returns and enable
tailored communications
  • Promote evidence-based decision making in the planning and review of campaigns
  • Design and carry out A/B experiments to catalyze continuous improvement
  • Work with leading third-party data science consultants and tools to integrate machine
learning insights and further boost fundraising success
  • Champion the benefits of excellent data practices, persuasively embody these practices, and

engender support for improved data practices across the fundraising team.

Key tools include:
  • Salesforce
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Excel
  • Dataro.io

  • PowerBi

Experience with all these specific tools is not essential. We feel if you have the requisite data
intelligence and capabilities, plus experience with similar tools, you will be able to quickly add-value
with CMRI’s contemporary data toolset.

Your CV and covering letter should begin to describe examples where you have applied a can-do
attitude, clear communication and stakeholder engagement, your skills, and various toolsets to
deliver positive data and organisational outcomes within a team environment.

You will report to your data compatriot, the Manager – Data Analytics and Strategic Insights within a
flat, open and fun-loving fundraising team. There are ample opportunities to engage with and get
exposed to senior stakeholders, to strategic challenges and exciting projects for the right candidate.
We want to develop and grow together, so we regularly discuss and alter the way work is done and
shared to maximise learning opportunities.

You will be provided with a competitive remuneration package in accordance with qualifications and
experience. Additional benefits include the provision of a Public Benevolent Institution salary
packaging scheme and participation in an employer-contributed superannuation fund.

Applications should include a cover letter (citing PV2114), curriculum vitae and contact details
(phone/email) of three professional referees and be forwarded to recruitment@cmri.org.au

Closing date for applications is 30th April 2021.

Please direct enquiries regarding the position to Neil Cunningham, Manager – Data Analytics and
Strategic Insights. Email: ncunningham@cmri.org.au


Data Analyst

  • Make an important contribution to the health of children through medical research
Work with one of Australia’s most respected national and independent medical

research institutes
Located in Westmead, one of Sydney’s and Australia’s major biomedical research

hub
Competitive salary offered. Includes salary packaging benefits only available to

Australian not-for-profit employees

Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) was Australia’s first dedicated paediatric research
facility and is now one of the world’s most highly regarded independent medical research centres.
Our research focuses on the areas of embryonic development and birth defects, cancer,
neuroscience and gene therapy and we have a strong international reputation based on our research
outcomes. It is also home to the world-first proteomics project, ProCan, which is changing the way
cancer is diagnosed and treated. CMRI’s research programs are supported by state-of-the-art
facilities and committed research and support staff. Our achievements are made possible by a loyal
network of community supporters, highly engaged donors and the very successful Jeans for Genes®
fundraising campaign.

We are seeking a Data analyst with 3 years +/- experience to join our dynamic fundraising team
which plays a critical role helping CMRI deliver world beating research.

Apply your data skills to;

  • Deliver compelling performance reports on CMRI’s fundraising campaigns and activities
  • Profile and segment our database of donors to optimize fundraising returns and enable
tailored communications
  • Promote evidence-based decision making in the planning and review of campaigns
  • Design and carry out A/B experiments to catalyze continuous improvement
  • Work with leading third-party data science consultants and tools to integrate machine
learning insights and further boost fundraising success
  • Champion the benefits of excellent data practices, persuasively embody these practices, and

engender support for improved data practices across the fundraising team.

Key tools include:
  • Salesforce
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Excel
  • Dataro.io

  • PowerBi

Experience with all these specific tools is not essential. We feel if you have the requisite data
intelligence and capabilities, plus experience with similar tools, you will be able to quickly add-value
with CMRI’s contemporary data toolset.

Your CV and covering letter should begin to describe examples where you have applied a can-do
attitude, clear communication and stakeholder engagement, your skills, and various toolsets to
deliver positive data and organisational outcomes within a team environment.

You will report to your data compatriot, the Manager – Data Analytics and Strategic Insights within a
flat, open and fun-loving fundraising team. There are ample opportunities to engage with and get
exposed to senior stakeholders, to strategic challenges and exciting projects for the right candidate.
We want to develop and grow together, so we regularly discuss and alter the way work is done and
shared to maximise learning opportunities.

You will be provided with a competitive remuneration package in accordance with qualifications and
experience. Additional benefits include the provision of a Public Benevolent Institution salary
packaging scheme and participation in an employer-contributed superannuation fund.

Applications should include a cover letter (citing PV2114), curriculum vitae and contact details
(phone/email) of three professional referees and be forwarded to recruitment@cmri.org.au

Closing date for applications is 30th April 2021.

Please direct enquiries regarding the position to Neil Cunningham, Manager – Data Analytics and
Strategic Insights. Email: ncunningham@cmri.org.au

*** Mention DataYoshi when applying ***

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