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BI Analytics Analyst

Job Title: BI Analytics Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Industry:
Salary: £30000 - £42000 per annum + Excellent Package
REF: BIAA
Contact Name: Andreea Antoniu
Contact Email: andreeaa@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash is currently partnering a leading utilities company in their search for a BI Analytics Analyst.

As a Business Intelligence Analytics Analyst, you are to design solutions and services in the area of data visualisation and insight to provide the business with new ways to understand and develop their processes and ways of working more intelligently. This is a role for someone who would pride in delivering excellent service to millions customers nationwide.

Role and responsibilities

  • Working closely with the business in defining the key business problems to solve
  • Acting as the enabler by developing and educating the business on how to understand the data and how to use it to support their processes
  • Formulating mathematical approaches to solve those problems
  • Ensuring the business has a method for accessing the data/information required to make key decisions
  • Develop PoC's iteratively with the business and demonstrate the art of the possible using data visualisation techniques
  • Working closely with data services in developing analysing/drawing conclusions

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalen
  • Numerous years' experience in Analytics analysis
  • Experience in stakeholder management and engagement
  • Previous experience in report building, dashboard creation and project management skills
  • Experience in working with application development methods, information capture techniques, application systems, knowledge of qliksense/qlikview, business object 3.0 or higher
  • Experience in product evaluation, middleware, hardware configurations, design principles or product evaluations
  • Previous experience working on projects that include application development methods, test management techniques, business proposals, quality management, project planning and control techniques
  • Knowledge and/or experience in planning and organising
  • Extensive knowledge in pulling together reporting solutions from requirements through to delivery, and managing a third party partner to meet delivery deadlines
  • Extensive knowledge of business justifications, cost models and risk/benefit profiles for projects or programmes of work

If this opportunity Interests you please contact Andreea Antoniu on andreeaa@montash.com, or Barty Isola on barty@montash.com or call 0207 014 0230.

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