CUSTOMER INTELLIGENCE ARCHITECT

Oslo
700000kr - 800000kr per annum

CUSTOMER INTELLIGENCE ARCHITECT


TELECOMMUNICATIONS


OSLO

Customer intelligence and analytics are one of the core areas of focus for this leading telecom business moving forward. If smart usage customer insight for marketing and CRM purposes is something you feel passionate about I would recommend you continue reading!


THE COMPANY:

The company has a strong track record for working hugely focused on data and analytics for the last years and have positioned themselves as a truly data-driven company in the market. They have tirelessly gained insight and understanding of their customers identity and behaviour through obtaining and analysing data. Through such insight, they are now in the position to offer a deeper and more personal customer relationship and the approach towards new customers more targeted than ever!

THE ROLE:

The role has come about a result of understanding that the future lies in being able to maximise the potential of existing solutions, as well as developing new ones. As Customer Intelligence Architect you will be working with highly skilled people in one of Norway's largest professional data environments and be responsible for the overall Customer Intelligence domain. You would:

Be responsible for the overall strategy and system usage of within the domain and work with this through relevant projects

  • Contribute to the development and follow-up of roadmaps in the area
  • Drive innovation and ensure that the business chooses optimal solutions based on trends in the market
  • Participate in the optimisation and selection of software agreements bearing in mind business needs
  • Support relevant internal stakeholders by establishing new solutions and tools
  • Ensure compliance with adopted architecture for new technology solutions and tools

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Masters within a relevant field such as Mathematics, Operations Research, Psychology, Economics,
  • Econometrics, Sociology, Physics, Engineering or similar
  • You have good experience with Business Intelligence, Analytics or Customer Intelligence ideally from an Architect, Consultant or an advisory role
  • You want to work at the intersection between technology and marketing
  • Have experience from working with large and complex companies
  • Fluency in Norwegian, both verbal and written
  • Worked with analytics tools such as SAS, Adobe or similar

BENEFITS:

* Good working environment with many skilled and committed people
* Exciting and strategic projects
* Good development opportunities in a global company
* Good insurance and pension plans
* Training facilities
* Flexible working hours
* Competitive salary

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV via the Apply link on this page

KEYWORDS:

Analytics Consultant, Data Manager, Analytics Manager, Head of Analytics, Insight Analyst, Customer Intelligence,CI, A/B testing, Analytics, Customer Insight, Data Analytics, Mobile Devices, Optimization, Technology, Marketing

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