Sr. Director, Head of Strategic Enterprise Analytics

New York
US$215000 - US$225000 per annum

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Sr. Director, Head of Strategic Enterprise Analytics
EdTech
New York, NY
$215,000 - $225,000

Are you passionate about joining a mission-driven organization that is actively making a positive impact on the local community? A leading EdTech company is looking for an experienced Sr. Director, Head of Strategic Enterprise Analytics to design and implement the organization's data strategy to meet business growth in New York City.

THE ROLE:

As Sr. Director, Head of Strategic Enterprise Analytics, you will be the Data & Analytics Lead and work closely with the CTO to implement a range of analytics capabilities to drive both educational and operational excellence. You will be responsible for:

  • Defining both data warehouse architecture and data acquisition process to drive data strategy
  • Leveraging Advanced Analytics tools like Python, R, and SQL to optimize Analytical capabilities
  • Utilizing dashboarding tools such as Looker, Power BI, and Tableau to support decision-making
  • Growing & retaining a team of agile Analysts, Data Scientists, and Engineers

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

  • Extensive, progressive experience managing large, successful Data & Analytics teams
  • Proven experience building data warehouses, streaming architecture, and ML pipelines
  • Proficient in data management tools like AWS Redshift & Snowflake, and ETL tools like Matillion
  • Proficient in Advanced Analytics tools such as Python, R, and SQL
  • Proven experience leveraging dashboarding tools such as Looker, Power BI, and Tableau
  • Progressive experience delivering actionable, data-driven insights to executive stakeholders
  • Strong understanding of Advanced Analytics, Data Science, and Machine Learning concepts
  • Strong verbal/written communication and presentation skills across the business
  • Extensive experience spearheading cross-functional, multidisciplinary projects to drive growth
  • MBA or M.S. degree in Analytics, Data Science, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, or related field

BENEFITS:

As Sr. Director, Head of Strategic Enterprise Analytics, you can make up to $225,000 base salary (depending on your experience).

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your resume to George Little via the apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS:

Enterprise Analytics, Advanced Analytics, Data Science, Machine Learning, Data Acquisition, Data Warehouse, Data Strategy, Strategic Analytics, Python, R, SQL, Tableau, Looker, Power BI, Business Intelligence, Data Visualization, AWS Redshift, Snowflake, ETL, Business Analytics, NLP, Data, NYC

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