£40,000 - £45,000 per annum + excellent benefits - Analysis - London
Ref: 184 Date Posted: Monday 05 Mar 2018
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How would you, as a Business Analyst, like to make a real difference to a company in the way it utilises its data? 

Well this is an opportunity to do just that. You will work on greenfield projects using your business and data analysis skills to help this organisation better understand its data. The team is small, so you're going to need to be a pro-active self-starter who is passionate and uncompromising about data quality

About the role:

You will drive positive change in process, technology and culture to fundamentally shift the way data is perceived, handled, stored and used across the business. You will use your business data analysis skills to provide recommendations to improving how data is handled within business processes and structured within systems.  

Main responsibilities:

  • Business analysis & data analysis 
  • Interpreting data models
  • Building data flow diagrams
  • Running workshops
  • Liaising and influencing stakeholders

Where you will work:

A flexible work environment with the opportunity to work from home 1-2 days per week should you want to. 

You will be given a competitive salary along with an impressive range of benefits including a generous pension plan, and family-friendly policies. You'll also enjoy continuous career development support and a great social environment (In and outside of work).

The skills you will need:

  • Proven experience leading workshops
  • Detailed understanding of how a data model is structured
  • Experience building data flow diagrams / data flow mapping
  • Stakeholder management
  • Experience working on data quality, data governance or data modelling projects
  • Ability to write SQL and use a data profiling tool including;  Talend, Experian, Informatica, Trillium

Please apply now to find out more.

Ben Dugdale looks after this role for KDR, if you have a question get in touch...

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