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Development Data Analyst

Undisclosed Company
Devon, Exeter
£27882 - £34852 per annum
Closing date
17 Nov 2020
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Our client, a leading energy provider is currently recruiting a Learning Metrics Analyst to join their team. They will be responsible for producing valuable insight to the business on an organisational level of people's development activity using a range of tools including learning analytics, forecasting, modelling and data visualisation support. The successful candidate will provide data collection and collation, analysis, modelling and trending on a range of learning metrics including learning activity levels, financial and budgetary spend.

Principal Accountabilities

  • Responsible for all company level people development reporting and analytics requirements, the post holder will be responsible for the development and production of a range of intuitive reports and Management Information tools and analysis to support decision making within the business
  • Responsible for the development of new tools, processes and governance to facilitate effective learning reporting and improve the analytical capabilities of the organisation and drive effectiveness analysis of learning metrics
  • Provide clear, concise and insightful narrative to support the learning analysis to provide clarity and understanding of key learning information for a variety of senior stakeholders across the organisation to maximise value creation and support learning related commercial decisions.
  • Produce impactful and clear visual summaries, scorecards and reports enabling key stakeholders to easily identify trends etc utilising a variety of learning tools and technologies
  • Responsible for budget management and reporting for a variety of training budgets, people development budgets ensuring timely returns to key stakeholders in line with key time lines and targets. Take the lead on all reporting and budget submissions ensuring clear time lines, roles and responsibilities and accountabilities.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders such as Finance, Supply Chain and other Learning and Development Teams to ensure the development and implementation of a joined up approach to the reporting of learning activity via the various learning systems in place across the organisation.

Knowledge & Skills

  • Able to demonstrate ability to use modelling, statistical analysis and visualisation tools from raw data sources to produce insightful reports and Management information as well as applying analytical tools to identify trends and indicators.
  • Proven Ability to use engaging visualization tools to communicate key messages to a variety of stakeholders.
  • Background in providing analytical support to the a business function
  • Working Knowledge of SAP and other key reporting tools and platforms
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Able to demonstrate a strong customer orientated approach

Qualifications & Experience

  • Demonstrable application of analytics to facilitate business decisions
  • Demonstrable background in development of KPIs / Scorecards
  • Knowledge of a range of analytical and visualisation tools
  • Excellent communication, facilitation and presentation skills are essential as well as demonstrable relationship management and influencing skills
  • Proven background in learning, development and people development
  • Demonstrable Commercial acumen and previous background in vendor / third party supplier management ,working with external vendors or involvement in supply chain related activities
  • Financial Skills / experience of working with budgets or in projects where budget was a key performance indicator
  • Background in working with or alongside external vendors or suppliers to develop a successful learning programme / product

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