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Business Intelligence Project Manager

Job Title: Business Intelligence Project Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Salary: £52000 - £68000 per annum + Excellent Benefits Package
Start Date: ASAP
Contact Name: Stephanie McEvoy
Contact Email:
Job Published: 11 months ago

Job Description

BI Project Manager

Key Skills: Project Management, Customer Focus, Strategic Planning, Data Analytics, Business Intelligence, Management Information, Data Management, Data Modelling, Data Modeling, Prince 2, Agile, Information Management


- Support business activities by evaluating capabilities, identifying gaps, translate feasible solutions into recommended packages.

- Ensure data standardisation and enterprise standards are upheld

- Assess project portfolio to improve profitability and optimize risk/return balance

- Help with the transition of concept use cases into approved projects, helping to mitigate project risk

- Assess and understand reporting needs within the business environment by working closely with analytics stakeholders and organisational data

- Manage and address business capacity, reduce capital and operating expenditure

Key Skills:

- 3+ years of experience in BI, Data or Analytics

- Previous experience developing and maintaining EDAA portfolio of data and analytics, facilitation of ongoing interaction between EDAA and the business

- Project Management Certifications desired (e.g. Prince2)

- Stakeholder engagement, able to communicate with C-level executives

- Good understanding of system development life cycle

- Strong written and oral communication

- Highly desirable to have experience in Financial Services domain

- Willing to travel (25% of the time)

This is an opportunity to join a company going through an exciting transformation for your efforts you will be rewarded with a good package including excellent bonus and pension incentives.

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