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Director of Business Intelligence & Analytics - CDO

Job Title: Director of Business Intelligence & Analytics - CDO
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £140000 - £1000000 per annum + Bonus + Car + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: JS-CM-CDO
Contact Name: Colin McGill
Contact Email: colinm@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Chief Data Officer - Director of Analytics and Business Intelligence - CDO

 

My client has recently created a high level group organisation to assist with standardising their global operations and Data Analytics is a key pillar in their group operations. As such we are seeking to secure a Director of Analytics and Business Intelligence (BI) who will be akin to a Chief Data Officer. This will have a broad responsibility spanning BI, Data Management and Analytics in driving the strategy for the organisation.

 

In this role, your responsibilities would include:

  • Defining and executing strategy for collecting and analysing data
  • Defining business requirements for the on-going evolution of the data warehousing, analytics and reporting systems
  • Translating both articulated and unarticulated business requirements into analyses, insights, actionable reports and tools
  • Designing and implementing advanced statistical testing for custom problem solving
  • Driving best practices in the use and adoption of analytics, reporting and tools across the global organization
  • Ensuring data quality and validity
  • Creating long term roadmaps
  • Designing organisational chart for BI & Analytics and recruiting for any skill gap

 

The requirements for this position are:

  • Core Expertise in at least one of the following (with understanding of others): Business Intelligence, Data Management or Analytics
  • Thorough understanding of data warehousing concepts (eg roles of ETL, BI, facts, dimensions, drill-down, roll-up, data mining), data storage technologies, BI tools, and online metrics
  • Self-starter with a passion for data and attention to details
  • Experience of growing and leading a team
  • Strong understanding of presenting data to business stakeholders and securing "buy in"
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of staff and senior management required

 

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