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R&D IT Data Analytics Manager

Job Title: R&D IT Data Analytics Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £70000 - £75000 per annum + Package
REF: R&DDA_80385
Contact Name: Andreea Antoniu
Contact Email: andreeaa@montash.com
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Job Description

Data Analytics Lead / Data Analytics Manager/ BI Manager / Data Management Lead / R&D / Research & Development / Data Standards / FMCG /

Montash is currently retained by a Global Leading Organisation seeking to acquire their Global R&D IT Data Analytics Lead to lead Data Management within their Research & development function.

Our client is looking for an experience IT Data Manager ideally with previous experience leading Data Management and Analytics within a complex environment.

The ideal candidate will have previous IT R&D experience within manufacturing, pharmaceutical or a manufacturing industry whereby regulated manufacturing systems are essential for the businesses success.

The ideal candidate for this role will have the following skills and experience:

  • Providing strategic data management initiatives including: Data Quality, Data Standards, Information Governance and Data Management applicable in R&D
  • Maintaining and promoting the improvement of data standards
  • Liaising closely with senior stakeholders across the business and IT
  • Providing support towards the delivery of the group data business strategy
  • Be a specialist in information & data analytics across the organisation
  • Knowledge of Business Intelligence solutions within and ERP environment (SAP) is beneficial
  • Ability to manage a diverse set of stakeholders to deliver Data / BI solutions including Vendor's is highly desirable

The ideal candidate will have the following experience & capabilities:

  • Have extensive experience in a data analytics in R&D and knowledge of data tools and intellectual capital in order to hold credibility with projects.
  • Have operated in highly collaborative environments and previous experience in global organisations
  • Have a track record of building relationships in previous roles and influence over the business information & data strategy
  • Previous experience in the manufacturing or pharmaceutical industry would be an advantage
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills are essential
  • As a leader in their field this organisation is looking for a career driven individual who will receive a personalised development plan when joining the organisation.

A competitive package is on offer for the right candidate.

Experience within the financial industry is NOT essential.

If this excellent opportunity is of interest or for a conversation about the market in general, please contact Andreea Antoniu on 0207 014 0230 andreeaa@montash.com

Data Analytics Lead / Data Analytics Manager/ BI Manager / Data Management Lead / R&D / Research & Development / Data Standards / FMCG

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