Location: Dublin with an all island responsibility
Hours: 36 per week
Reference no: BIA3/19
Closing date: Monday 23rd September 2019 at 12.00 noon
The Business Intelligence Analyst will provide evidence-based decision making to drive delivery of Oxfam Ireland’s income generation strategy through regular reporting, review and interrogation of our donor database. To add value through leveraging available analysis tools and collaborative relationships to support clear strategic direction and insight delivery to public engagement and fundraising across single giving, regular giving and philanthropy.
The successful candidate will have:
Demonstrable relevant experience in the use of data and relational database management to provide key business intelligence to facilitate evidence-based decision making and drive income
Experience of developing regular and ad hoc KPI reports from multiple data sources and tailored for audiences at all levels of the organisation, shared in appropriate formats
Experience of using business intelligence tools such as Power BI, SQL Server, Excel, Access, PowerPivot, and familiarity with CRM systems, data retrieval methodologies, data warehouses and data migration
Experience of working with statistics, segmentation and predictive analytics.
Evidence of being a self-starter who can collaborate with others, develop productive working relationships with internal clients, and manage varied workload
Demonstrable excellence in articulating and gathering requirements and bridging translation from fundraising & marketing needs to technical specifications.
How to apply
To apply for this post and if you would like further information including the duties and responsibilities of the role, please look at our website www.oxfamireland.org/jobs or phone 016727662.
Should you be unable to submit your application online and would prefer an alternative method please contact our HR Team on 028 9023 0220 (NI) or 01 672 7662 (ROI)
Oxfam Ireland reserves the right to enhance criteria to facilitate shortlisting
Oxfam Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
Closing Date for Applications
Monday 23rd September 2019 at 12.00 noon