Jacobs Reporting Analyst in United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
We have an exciting opportunity for a Reporting Analyst. The Reporting Analyst will report directly to the Project Controls Manager for Nuclear Power Programmes. The role is one of the critical strategic leadership roles within the Project Delivery Organisation.
The post holder will be ultimately responsible for developing and implementing a complete reporting & data management capability in partnership with the PMO, to support effective reporting outputs for Nuclear Power Programme.
Proven and successful experience/ track record of leading the definition, establishment, and improvement of reporting capabilities for a significant and complex programme. Demonstrable evidence of outputs that are insight driven is critical allied with management and integration of diverse information/data sets to enable outputs. Effective presentation and communication skills are key parameters of the role requirements.
Continuously review the effectiveness of the reporting processes to confirm that the current approach is consistent with leading practice and identify and implement measures to improve performance where appropriate.
Work closely with the PMO to manage intelligent re-use and replication of data structures and reporting.
Implement reporting privacy policies and comply with data protection regulations within Nuclear Power Programme reporting construct.
Liaising with delivery directors and Heads of functions to identify new and emerging data needs.
Production of effective, timely, accurate and informative reporting outputs that support effective programme and management insight.
Ensuring there are robust standards, policies and processes required for data analysis tasks.
Developing processes and tools to monitor and analyse model performance and data accuracy.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Should have an appropriate degree, or suitable working experience.
Extensive skill and experience in presenting complex information to senior executives and shareholders
Demonstrable data management, analysis, and visualisation experience on Major Projects/ Programmes.
Data analysis: Deep knowledge of a data analysis tools/ methods.
Experience in operating and managing common data environments and/or collaboration data environments, including management and development of Exchange of Information specifications and processes.
Experience in the management of communication portals to enable effective information collation, exchange and wider communication in line with information security protocols.
Understanding of Microsoft Azure, Power BI and/or other analytics tools.
Databricks or other ETL tool knowledge.
Data modelling - how to architect data models in both relational and nonrelational contexts.
Membership in/ active participant in Industry wide groups/ meetups pertaining to data.
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