Measurement Reporting Analyst, Dublin

Date: 14-Sep-2021

Location: Dublin, IE

Company: Allied Irish Bank

Role Title: Measurement Reporting Analyst

 

Location: Dublin (Remote/Hybrid)

 

This role is being offered on a permanent basis.

 

Data and Analytics in AIB:

AIB is a dynamic, diverse and fun place to work. We are changing from the inside out to become a bank people can believe in. And by people, we mean our employees as well as our customers. We back our customers and employees’ dreams and ambitions! We are investing in the future with a heavy focus on expanding the Data & Analytics Centre of Excellence – so it’s a great time to join and help shape and grow this function, as we become a data driven bank with best in class analytical capabilities. Within Data & Analytics you’ll experience a diverse workforce where everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential. We work in an agile environment that empowers its people, where your voice is heard and where you’ll be invested in to learn and grow along the way.

 

Summary of role:

The Analytics function within the Data & Analytics Centre of Excellence, are responsible for the delivery of Analytics across the organisation. We lead and drive value from AIB’s data, leverage a diverse and advanced analytics toolset, to deliver business benefit and inform decision making. We support and enable a wide range of internal and external Stakeholders. We comprise of a diverse mix of skills, from Data Scientists, Data Engineers, Data Analysts, Reporting Analysts and Advanced Analytics Specialists supporting and enabling internal and external stakeholders. The Measurement Function within Analytics is responsible delivering business intelligence, regular reporting and the measurement of ongoing business performance, across AIB Group.

 

We’re looking for someone who:

  • Perform data exploration on disparate data (structured and unstructured) sources.
  • Design and develop data solutions from complex reporting requirements, including solving for data gaps and anomalies, to inform decision making and to improve business process.
  • Delivery of reports, dashboards and data visualisations to internal and external stakeholders, while maintaining integrity of data used in key performance indicators.
  • Produce visualisations to tell the story of the data.
  • Collaborate and engage with end users and stakeholders across the organisation to understand the business behind the data, help define KPI’s, and influence the desired results.
  • Support a continuous improvement culture within the organisation, where innovation and creative thinking is encouraged and developed.

 

Who are we?

We’re AIB. A strong Irish bank packed with purpose - to back our customers to achieve their dreams and ambitions. That goes for our employees too. We’re made of small teams where you have the chance to shine.

 

Why join us?

We are excited about how we have changed our focus. We want to be at the heart of our customers’ financial lives by giving them an exceptional experience. We are building a culture that breaks the conventions of what our customers and employees expect of a bank.

 

Does this sound like something that you want to be part of?

 

You will need to show us that you can/have:

 

  • Highly numerate and passionate about data and analytics.
  • 2+ years data analyst experience, preferably within financial services organisations.
  • Excellent problem solving skills with knowledge of SQL, Qlik and / or other BI and visualisation tools.
  • Self-starter with ability to work on own initiative and strong attention to detail, completing tasks to a very high degree of accuracy.
  • Follow best practices on design and development approach, and visualisation outputs.
  • Ability to quickly adapt to new environments and to gain an understanding of new processes, applications and procedures.
  • Experience with presentations and communicating results to others. Experience in Data modelling and visualisation tools an advantage.
  • Academic qualification in the following disciplines e.g., science, mathematics, applied mathematics, physics, statistics, engineering, econometrics. (or equivalent degree plus relative experience)

 

As part of the interview process, you will be expected to demonstrate the capabilities reflected below:

Data Analysis: Collects, analyses and interprets data to reach conclusions and/or present insights and findings.

Collaborates: Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.

Requirement Analysis: Works with stakeholders to understand their issues and recommend solutions.

Streamline & Simplify:​​​​​ Knowing the most effective and efficient processes to get things done, with a focus on continuous improvement.

Technical Communication / Presentation: Communicates with clarity and precision, presenting complex information in a concise format that is audience appropriate.

 

Why join us?

AIB is a dynamic and diverse place to work. We are changing from the inside out to become a bank people can believe in. And by people, we mean our employees as well as our customers.

In each team you’ll find leaders who focus as much on people as they do on function. Here, anyone who is responsible for managing people is called a people leader, not a manager. That shows our commitment and focus on the development and engagement of the people who work here.

We call our Diversity & Inclusion plan iMatter – because that is our aim.  No matter who we are, where we are from, how we look, we all make a difference. You’ll find a mix of age, race and gender, where everyone has an opportunity to reach their potential. You’ll find a culture of openness, positivity and respect where everyone has a voice.

 

If you feel you have what it takes, Click Apply and fill in the online application form. If you would like more information our Talent Acquisition Team can help. You can contact them on by email at careers@aib.ie.

 

By when?  Closing date is 4th October 2021


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