Really exciting Analytics Manager within a lauded group set up to engage the public in the adoption on new energy consumption technology!
Within its dynamic, collaborative insights team that covers consumer engagement and corporate affairs there's demand for greater focus on the collection and warehousing of data from internal and external sources; analysis and modelling of collected data and generation of outputs that provide management with sufficient information to make informed decisions. As Analytics Manager you'll both build and subsequently manage collection and warehousing of relevant data from internal and external sources and relevant analysis workstreams. You'll thus be responsible for the development and maintenance of a central warehouse repository of data drawn from varied sources, for analytics workstreams arising from that data (from simple analysis through to more complex modelling), and manage relationships with external analytical agencies providing services across a number of workstreams. This Analytics Manager post will additionally work closely with the Head of Insight in reporting of data to management and relevant stakeholders, plus endeavour to provide coaching and support to other members of the Insight team when using modelled data for insight generation, as well as helping internal stakeholders to understand the implications of data-led insights for their own activity.
Ideally you'll already be an Analytics Manager with strong communication skills seeking an exciting next step with the chance to build, develop and 'own' this organisation's analytics offering within its insights team. Requirements include strong database skills, the ability to develop, manage and interrogate databases using SQL/relevant software packages, excellent coding skills with relevance to data science and database interrogation - either Python or R preferably, expertise in warehousing and analysing marketing data from a range of sources, knowledge of Google Analytics and automated extraction of data, proven analytical skills that cover a range of statistical methodologies plus an understanding of marketing mix modelling (econometrics), and more besides. You'll also have previously line managed and be the kind of Analytics Manager who can train non-data literate individuals in use of data.
This is a super Analytics Manager opportunity for someone particularly from the tech or progressive industry sector (it's NOT a role for those wanting to work for an energy firm or who are purely interested in [or only have experience of] consumer/shopper data).
If this is of interest, contact Carl at Resources Group with your CV in WORD on firstname.lastname@example.org