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Lead Analyst

Reference number: kR9z2-14

Location: Flexible

Are you a skilled data analyst looking for an opportunity to use your talents to help save nature?

We are looking for an experienced data analyst to join our Business Planning and Strategy team. A proactive self-starter, you will enjoy working with various sources of data to advance the understanding of our audiences and build support for natures' recovery and the RSPB. This is an exciting opportunity to play a prominent role in supporting the RSPB mission to save nature.

Working within the Business Planning and Strategy function you will be providing the expertise, leadership
and systems that enables the RSPB to assess customer and business needs, identify trends and generate
ideas and solutions to deliver a broad, organisation wide impact for Fundraising and Communications.

You will work closely, and on your own initiative, with senior level colleagues to understand requirements and identify new and existing analytical solutions that enable us to have impact through our communications, our new products and the many ways in which we engage with our supporters.

As a skilled data analyst, you will be proactive in analysing a range of data sets to identify the key insights that feed our long-term fundraising and communications planning, as well as identifying reactive opportunities. Your expertise in this area will assist the RSPB in making well-informed data driven decisions at a strategic and operational level.

Understanding the role that data can play in the planning and evaluation of key initiatives is critical to this role and you will be expected to work collaboratively with the digital data teams to evaluate data resources, identify gaps in our understanding and propose data solutions.

You will be a skilled communicator with the ability to communicate complex insight in an engaging and impactful way to our key stakeholders. You will be adept at developing relationships both internally and externally to share data, insights and best practice and you will keep abreast of innovation in the data industry to advise on the latest technology to improve the way we visualise and communicate insights.

Overall, this role will be both varied and challenging and suit those with an inquisitive nature and a drive to provide quality insights that make a difference.

You will be part of one team of staff, volunteers and supporters pulling together to help wild birds and wildlife.

If this sounds appealing, then please send in your application as soon as you are ready - we are actively recruiting and may draw the role to close when suitable applications are received.

Salary starting at

£29,507 to £31,966 per annum

Hours & contract information

Hours: Full time
Contract: Permanent

Closing date: 20 December 2019

How to apply

Our job information pack and accompanying role profile tell you all about the key result areas and the skills and experience needed for the role. Please make sure you include reference number kR9z2-14 on your application.

Role Profile (Word 121Kb, requires Microsoft Word)

Job information pack (PDF 643Kb, requires Adobe Reader)

Application details (Word 31Kb, requires Microsoft Word)

This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage.

Who to contact

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Anton Ivankiv

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Anton Ivankiv