|Recruiter:||The University of East London|
|Listed on:||15th April|
|Salary/Rate:||£40,608 - £45,220|
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Salary: £40,608 to £45,220
Post Type: Full Time
Post Type: Fixed Term
Contract End Date: Friday 01 March 2024
Closing Date: Wednesday 28 April 2021
Do you have an excellent understanding of recognised BI Tools (inc. QlikView, Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, Pentaho) and SQL, plus extensive experience of data extraction, analysis and manipulation? Are you looking for a challenging role in an environment that is open, vibrant and welcomes new ideas? Then join the University of East London as a Management Information & Business Intelligence Analyst Developer.
It's a particularly exciting time here at the University as, under our new 10-year strategy, Vision 2028, we're committed to providing students with the skills necessary to thrive in an ever-changing world. IT Services is playing its part by working collaboratively with the University community to transform UEL's digital landscape in line with that vision. We're also engaged in ground-breaking initiatives, each delivered within a dynamically developing cloud environment. This is your opportunity to join us in a role that will focus on data selection and extraction, processing, analysis and visualisation and the creation of MI and BI reports accompanied by relevant documentation.
As part of a team of experienced report developers, you primary focus will be on designing, creating and supporting a diverse range of reporting and analytical products to service the University's growing Data Reporting and Analytics requirements. It will cover a broad range of data sets too, including everything from internal Student, Staff and Finance data through to information provided by external providers and partners. What's more, we'll rely on you to provide consultation to senior staff on the availability and quality of data and the capabilities and functionalities of the various tools available. This will then lead to the creation and maintenance of management information (MI) and business intelligence (BI) tools and products that are used by staff as well as students.
To succeed, you'll need a degree level qualification in Computing, Data Science or a relevant numerate discipline, while experience of HE Environments, HE common data sets and key metrics on student retention and progression would be a definite plus. You'll also need extensive experience of using Microsoft BI and in-depth knowledge of recognised BI Tools (inc. QlikView, Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, Pentaho). Well-versed in data extraction, analysis and manipulation, you have a history of managing large datasets and integrating new ones into existing tools and are adept at creating advanced reports and analytics products. You're also comfortable managing multiple projects simultaneously and engaging with stakeholders and consulting with Board level executives and undertaking and delivering the training required to support our MI and BI endeavours.
So, if you have what we are looking for and are keen to take on this exciting challenge, get in touch.
At the University of East London, we aim to attract and retain the best possible staff and offer a working environment at the heart of a dynamic region with excellent transport links. You can look forward to a warm, sincere welcome, genuine camaraderie and mobility in an institution led with passion, visibility and purpose. Your impact, resilience and sense of collegiality will directly contribute to the University's future and those of the students whose lives you will touch and change forever. We also offer a great range of benefits including pension, family friendly policies and an on-site nursery and gym at our Docklands Campus.
For more information and to apply please visit our website.
CVs without a completed application form will not be accepted.
At UEL we are committed to working together to build a community which values diversity in both our staff and student populations, is representative and inclusive, enabling all to progress and thrive.