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Become a Business Analyst

Data currently presents the world with the greatest opportunities, some of the biggest risks and exciting new careers for ambitious graduates.

  

Location: London

  

What you will be doing

Data currently presents the world with the greatest opportunities and with those opportunities, some of the greatest risks. Balancing both these elements is critical for modern industry to thrive.

We work across all sectors and our projects have included helping investment banks understand the true value of their clients: we have enabled a hedge fund to have a single view of all its research data; helped a fund manager shape its data architecture, increasing its performance; and enabled a large online retailer to implement and adopt a new data governance strategy.

You will be immediately trained by us, from the day you join. We fully prepare our people before they go onto a client site. From all the latest technology skills relevant to data governance such as SQL, Collibra, Informatica and Tableau to understanding the commercial landscape and the regulatory drivers which are influencing data governance.

Once the training period of 14-16 weeks is complete you will be working on client projects across the UK. 

  • You will define the critical data strategy for well-known organisations by which the different divisions across the business acquire, govern, and manage the quality of data
  • You will engage in key business projects and work streams to support the front-to-back adoption and implementation of their data governance strategy
  • You will form strong lasting relationships with very senior stakeholders to ensure business functions are aligning with their data governance principles
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What you will have

If these kinds of challenges excite you and you want to accelerate your career, we would like to hear from you. 

  • You have a desire to work with diverse datasets from multiple sources to help an organisation make better decisions
  • You are curious, analytical and great at solving problems that require insight and solutions to data design and data infrastructure
  • You are flexible and adaptable communicator: you thrive in a diverse and competitive environment and can provide a strong narrative to the governance principles you are implementing
  • You are committed to producing high quality solutions: a clear logical thinker
  • You are educated to degree level with at least A level mathematics or statistics

Company benefits: £30,000 - £38,000 salary • Industry specific training • Work with top clients • Unrivalled career progression

Onwards to our company and culture…

We are Kubrick Group

We aim to bridge the gap for junior professionals who want work in the data industry with top companies, but don’t have the necessary skills or training to get there.

  

We are Kubrick Group

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In only two years we’ve gained over 60 clients and 150 employees

You will be a part of a supportive environment enabling you to learn and solve problems with like minded junior professionals. Our unique development programme initially in our data labs followed by working on client projects, enables you to accelerate into a lucrative career as a data engineer, data analyst or data governance analyst.

  

  

Located in our new offices in Southwark, you will experience specialist in house training created and delivered by industry experts in our data labs. 

We also try to encourage a community feel and frequently organise pub quizzes and social events.

We are proud of our Data Inclusive initiative: 

  

  

We want to increase the amount of minority groups in the data industry. We strongly believe that the data industry should embrace diversity in its teams. There is a current under-representation of women starting careers in data, therefore, Kubrick actively seek to get as many women on board with starting their careers in this field. 

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