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Head of Data and Insight

Head of Data and Insight

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    Office & Specialist Support, Database

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  • Salary:

    £50k - 55k per year

  • Contact:

    Chloe Keyte

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  • Published:

    about 3 years ago

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An established health charity are seeking a Head of Data and Insight to lead their team, the successful candidate will develop a data strategy and drive data literacy across the whole organisation.

Main duties for the Head of Data and Insight:

  • Plan, construct and implement the data strategy and analytics for the organisation
  • Lead a team who provide expert reporting of supporter data and drive analysis for business intelligence
  • Provide technical leadership on areas of information governance and protection policies
  • Define and implement systems and processes to ensure acquisition and use of high quality data
  • Conduct research and adopt best practices in establishing business analytics
  • CRM system scoping
  • Budget management

Essential criteria for the Head of Data and Insight:

  • Comprehensive knowledge within data analysis, reporting, data warehousing, physical and logical data modelling, data governance and master data judgement
  • Strong understanding of how to use data and the interaction process
  • Strong understanding of information governance and issues around this
  • Good understanding of dingle customer view (SCV) Excellent leadership and development skills
  • Excellent presentation and report writing skills
  • Knowledge of exporting and importing data from numerous sources
  • Strong data manipulation skills
  • Excellent internal and external stakeholder management skills
  • Senior management experience

To apply for this Head of Data and Insight role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 54830CK. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.