Head of Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence

South West
Employment Type
Salary on application
My client is looking for a Head of Business Intelligence for a 6-month contract, previous experience of working in the Telecommunications industry in a similar role would be highly advantageous. You will have a demonstrable background in Business KPIs, reporting and forecasting Accountable to fully understand, communicate our asset information to the telecoms senior management team, board and if necessary Shareholders. This role is accountable for making our complex data understandable at all levels, creating insight to provide a business and commercial edge for my client. Asset and estates reporting strategy - Accountable for the periodicity, quality and simplicity of our performance reporting. Linking asset performance to financial performance and customer satisfaction is essential The leadership of the development of commercial and asset portfolio data insights suite including all aspects of KPI setting, reports to management board level, identification of current and future P&L impact and opportunities. Transformation experience to enable the BI and Data analytics function alongside the broader Transformation agenda First Class stakeholder management skills with the ability to work with MD level and ability to influence suppliers (both internal and external). Strong team management and leadership skills - Effectively plan teams' workload, building in resilience to handle spikes in activity Strong technical understanding of Business Insight best practice, Data management and tools such as QlikView, Cognos etc. £650 a day business Intelligence, Telecoms
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