Analytics Translator

Analytics Translator

Amsterdam, Permanent

This company is a well-known international banking leader, with its HQ in the Netherlands. The company is in the midst (as most are) of digital transformation, including data services and migration to the cloud. This role is focussed within the international data platform focussed on private banking across four countries: NL, France, Germany and Belgium. 

Industry:

Banking
Fintech

What to expect:

You will be bridging the gap between business stakeholders and the Data team (engineers and scientists), reporting to the Head of Data and Innovation. The team is currently building a data platform based on Azure, and working on gaining its first Data Science use cases. You will be key in linking stakeholders, building use cases, defining requirements, furthering data literacy and working with the data team to deliver value to the business. You will be a key communicator – the spider in the web – at times linking the offices in Paris, Frankfurt and Brussels to the central data platform (some limited travel may be involved post-lockdown). This is not a technical role requiring the likes of Python or R.  

Perks:

  • Chance to build measurable impact of data science on a large organisation, and four countries.
  • Opportunity to travel occasionally to foreign offices and communicate with their CxOs.
  • Be part of a growing group changing digital mentality internally.
  • Plush offices with an international team in Amsterdam's central business district.

Requirements:

  • Proven experience to consult and manage projects, bridging stakeholders on both business and technical teams.
  • A solid understanding of the data & analytics field, building its maturity and value-add internally.
  • High communication skills are essential. The working language is English. Dutch is a plus but not required.
  • A background in the banking and/or fintech sector is a plus.

Sounds good?

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For more information, connect with our specialised team member on LinkedIn Angus Mackintosh