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Senior Data & Reporting Analyst, Melbourne, Museums Victoria

Published 2022-06-24
Expires 2022-07-24
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Senior Data & Reporting Analyst, Melbourne, Museums Victoria
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published June 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior data & reporting analyst


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ABOUT MUSEUM VICTORIA:Museum Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building.To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit https://museumsvictoria.com.au/ ABOUT THE POSITION:The Senior Data and Reporting Analyst is accountable for developing and disseminating accurate and timely business information, analysis and reporting. They collaborate with key stakeholders to identify and address requirements for the development of business intelligence across a wide range of data. The Senior Data and Reporting Analyst is integral to the delivery of strategic planning, and financial management at Museums Victoria. Notable skills and experiences: * Delivers high quality outcomes consistently and on time * Exceptional analytical and communication skills * Diligent and collaborative customer oriented approachThe successful applicant will have demonstrated experience in delivering data analysis and reporting services involving complex datasets in a similar-sized organisation, presenting analytical work to non-technical audiences and hold or be attaining tertiary qualifications in a relevant analytical/data science/IT disciplines. OTHER INFORMATIONThis is a Full-time, ongoing position. The salary on offer is $103,920 + 10% superannuation. HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, head to Museums Victoria Careers; for more information about this position, please contact Simone Richardson on 0434 734 275. To apply, please upload your Covering Letter, Resume and a statement addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria to Museums Victoria Careers Applications Close: Sunday 10 July July 2022 (11.59pm)

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