The Data Analyst will own the delivery of continually improving insight and business intelligence in order for your business stakeholders to deliver their objectives.
You will be part of a wider community of analysts, collaboratively driving the proper adoption of our data and leading the way in which insights are developed and presented. This will include not only the insights themselves, but use of peer review, appropriate documentation, data cataloguing, data glossary, data development framework as well as contributing to the monthly data & analytics meetups.
Working in collaboration with data subject matter experts and management around the business, you will develop metrics and deliver insights from them, identifying ways to plug gaps in process and help drive the correct behaviours, holding accountability on the heads of department to act on your insights and take data led decisions.
At the more senior end of the role you will be expected to be the instigator of improvement initiatives, driving for successful outcomes to problems which will be more entrenched, complex or wide-spanning. At the top end the role will be to operate as a self-contained consultant for continual improvement, bringing together people, process and technology to deliver to smoothest possible service at optimal cost to serve.
At the associate level you will be expected to demonstrate a flair for analytical thinking and will have some experience working on analytical problems using common tools such as Excel and SQL. You will have a passion for automation of insights from day one, minimising the personal effort required to supply insights at pace.
At the mid level you will be an experienced analyst or hands-on first line analytical manager with excellent problem-solving skills, a strong background in maths and data manipulation and an interest in programming techniques. You will be highly communicative and collaborative and will have significant experience with tools such as SQL, PowerBI, Excel Power Query, PowerPivot and DAX.
At the principle end of the role you will be expected to incorporate data science techniques into your insights and lead the business improvement from the front. This will include advanced data visualisation, predictive analytics, machine learning but also many other emerging cloud-based data services which can help us deliver better insights faster and more automatically.
What you will bring
Knowledge, skills and experience (Associate)
Additional Knowledge, skills and experience (Principle)
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