Data Analyst, Melbourne, Flybuys

Published 2023-01-24
Expires 2023-02-24
ID #1360605728
125 AU$
Data Analyst, Melbourne, Flybuys
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published January 24, 2023

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Data analyst
Min. Salary: 100000000

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About us:

We’re known for being the country’s most popular rewards program, making the everyday worth more for millions of Aussies. But years of success and growth doesn’t happen by keeping up the status quo.

All the things that make working at Flybuys different as usual – these aren't just values we talk about. They’re built into everything we do, every day.

Be part of a company that's always questioned the norm. A business that's well-established, but still expanding. With one eye on the horizon.

And together we can make every day different as usual.

Your Team:

We've already built a pretty amazing team, but we're not looking for more of the same. Our day-to-day is made stronger when we surround ourselves with people who are different, like you.

We work really hard to build teams that support each other. It’s the kind of environment you’ll miss while you’re on holidays.

Your Role:

There is no typical working week at Flybuys. But here are some of the things you might be working on, day-to-day;
Contribute to a high performing & highly engaged and effective team by tapping their collective strengths & sharing best practice.
Work with Analytics and Commercial teams to articulate the customer opportunity, commercial benefit, analytical findings.
Respond to requests from Partners and Commercial team in a timely fashion, providing accurate, QC'd analysis and findings.
Have input on workload prioritisation, with informed view of relative value of each analytics request.
Showcase, benchmark and quantify the value and outcomes of analytics based decision making.
Work with external partners as appropriate.
Participate in the development of the vision for partner data / analytics architecture.
Execute Commercial team’s analytics strategy.
Participate in roadmap creation for implementation of data and analytics strategy within Flybuys Analytics Partner team.
Contribute to knowledge and skills sharing amongst the team.
Your Experience:
Tertiary Qualified in Business, Mathematics or Science discipline.
Analytics professional with a proven track record
Experience in providing insights using member data
Experience in using those insights to tell a story or solve business problems
Experience in campaign analytics - from planning to post campaign analysis.
Great influencing and storytelling skills and the ability to navigate internal and external organisations to build and leverage relationships.
Experience in clearly articulating commercial benefits of analytics.
Naturally collaborative with a strong emphasis on building and leveraging relationships both internally and externally.
Experience of large, complex data sets.
Naturally curious, able to positively challenge existing practices.
Commercially savvy.
Experience of analytical tools – data extraction, data exploration and analysis, data visualisation.
Experience of working within large, complex, cross functional projects.
Technical skills including SQL and Power BI experience.
Experience with Snowflake would be advantageous.
We value ways of working that work for everyone, and use our different strengths to make us stronger. We work hard to make sure everyone’s voice is heard and respected equally, regardless of identity, background, position, ability or lifestyle.

So whether you’re an earlybird list maker, a night owl coder, a brainstorm chaser or a PowerPoint proof-reader, we want you to Be You, With Us.

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our employees and the community in which we operate, Flybuys (Loyalty Pacific) has introduced a Vaccination Policy which requires all persons entering a Flybuys (Loyalty Pacific) workplace, attending a Flybuys (Loyalty Pacific) work-related event, or entering other premises to undertake work on Flybuys (Loyalty Pacific)’s behalf to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or to hold a valid exemption (and to provide evidence of the same).

It is also a condition of employment that successful applicants provide evidence of compliance with Flybuys (Loyalty Pacific) Vaccination Policy and to undergo a National Police Check prior to commencing.

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