SENIOR DATA ANALYST

Stockholm
480000kr - 600000kr per annum + pension, health care, insurance

SENIOR DATA ANALYST

RETAIL

STOCKHOLM


Do you have experience in Data Analysis and Business Intelligence and have a keen interest in Big Data?
The company serves well-renowned global companies and has seen a lot of success since they started up, under a decade ago. This is a unique chance to work in a smaller team as the Senior Data Analyst in an innovative company who is reinventing their industry.


COMPANY:

Based in a fantastic office in Stockholm, the rapidly growing company is looking to leverage the power of their data by transforming their data infrastructure and building a greenfield cloud-based data solution. As the Senior Data Analyst, you would be a part of a supporting and entrepreneurial work environment in a fun and open culture.


ROLE:

As the Senior Data Analyst, your responsibilities will include:

  • Process, analyse, clean and manipulate data sets Evangelise data science and machine learning throughout the company
  • Identify areas to which your expertise can add value and partake in building adequate tools
  • Help the Product, Sales, and Marketing teams to better understand their data
  • Develop insights and analysis across multiple business units to drive decisions and strategies using Qlikview, Power BI or Tableau
  • Working with stakeholders across the business to ensure reporting, insight, and analysis processes are met


SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Commercial experience with SQL
  • Commercial experience working with Business Intelligence tools such as Tableau, Power BI or Qlikview
  • Fluency in R or Python
  • Excellent understanding of databases and cloud solutions
  • A keen interest in data mining and machine learning
  • Great communication skills and the ability to present insights to stakeholders
  • A can-do attitude with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Fluent in English


THE BENEFITS:

  • Great international culture
  • Health care
  • Insurance


HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Elise Myhren via the Apply link on this page.

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