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Head of Data / BI

Job Title: Head of Data / BI
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
Industry:
Salary: £60000 - £100000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: 15042/001_1536920395
Contact Name: Tom Green
Contact Email: tom.green@accessplc.com
Job Published: 12 days ago

Job Description

Head of Data / Business Intelligence - Mansfield - £60,000 - £100,000 for the right individual

If you're somebody that lives and breathes data, somebody with a data skillset as broad as this salary range then we want to hear from you! A large retailer based in Mansfield are looking for the right individual to head up their Data and BI platform.

The company have recently been working on initiatives including a new cloud-based data warehouse, new reporting and BI platforms, and management solutions to support automation across the business. Now they are after an individual that can pick up the ball and continue to run with it.

The role itself will involve manging the existing DBA and BI teams and associated platforms (and all the good stuff that comes with that), as well engaging with the wider business to architect new data solutions.

So, if you're an individual that can work on the strategic direction of a department and see the bigger picture, but also still loves to get under the hood and keep your technical skills up to scratch then this is the role for you.

Individuals that they would be interested to hear from;

  • Somebody with strong management experience and the ability to communicate with various audiences both technical and non-technical - You're going to be managing your own tech teams but also dealing with non-technical stakeholders

  • Solid experience ideally with both SQL-Server and Oracle - including proficient in writing T-SQL and/or PL-SQL

  • Strong MS BI stack experience

  • Exposure to Azure would set you apart

If all of this is of interest, click apply and lets have a chat in the first instance