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Data Analyst - Banking - Northampton

Job Title: Data Analyst - Banking - Northampton
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Northamptonshire, England
Industry:
Salary: £40000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
Reference: BBBH14997_1500363250
Contact Name: Carl Ashdown
Contact Email: carl.ashdown@twentyrecruitment.com
Job Published: July 18, 2017 08:34

Job Description

Twenty Financial Services are currently recruiting for a Data Analyst role for a leading Banking firm based in Northampton. This is an excellent opportunity to work with incredibly large data sets and work on cutting edge data analytics projects.

Responsibilities;

  • Collate, extract, interrogate, analyse data and generate insights & make recommendations
  • Provide aggregated reports on key performance metrics
  • Provision of executive reporting, collation of information, commentary, creation of insight packs as required.
  • Deliver and manage information to support Best-in-Class Analytics
  • Provide Analytical expertise for deep dives, and specialist analysis of digital MI.
  • Support the delivery of initiatives on the MI team roadmap
  • Map out, develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders within the business
  • Collect requirements on type of insights required by stakeholders

As a Data Analyst you should have the following experience;

  • Expertise with SQL with excellent knowledge of scripting, data profiling/quality and understanding of ETL and reporting concepts.
  • Strong understanding of Teradata database concepts, access and integration from transactional databases, data warehousing, operational data stores, and data marts along with strong database design and modelling skills.
  • Must have advanced MS Excel skills
  • Solid commercial experience extracting, analysing and presenting data to senior executives
  • Clear examples of ability to interrogate and analyse data
  • Ideally a postgraduate degree in Statistics, Mathematics or computer Science
  • Interested in advanced analytics concepts as the department moves towards technologies such as "R"