Role: GreenTech Data Visualisation Analyst
Location: Stamford, 2 days office / 3 days remote
Salary: £30K – £35K, potentially higher for the right person.
The value of data in most businesses is now deeply understood.
The ability to show your customers, colleagues and clients visualisations that demonstrate a point or provide clarity, makes so many lives and conversations easier to have.
How would you like to bring those skills to a company tackling the climate crisis? Helping build trust with businesses across the food industry, particularly farmers, in helping them to reduce emissions and increase profits, yields and identify cost-savings?
The role will primarily involve data analysis and building data visualisation tools and dashboards. There’ll also be some reporting, both for internal colleagues and sister offices around the world and for customers.
It’d be ideal if you’ve tested the solutions you’ve built, either manually or using some kind of automation tool and if you have collaborated with project managers and developers before, even better.
You will communicate with pretty varied groups. The food & beverage sector encompasses a lot of people from logistics and transport of goods, to the retailers, storage and cooling, and everything associated with growing or rearing food products.
So it’d be ideal if you like building common ground and understanding how data solutions can best aid the goals of those you’ll support and work with.
Experience working with MS Power BI is essential for this role, but understanding around importing and exporting data in difference formats, and knowledge of DAX queries is also really important.
Some nice-to-haves cover the industry, so any familiarity with the agriculture sector or carbon and climate change more broadly will be help you.
In terms of culture, this company are rolling their services out to their sister companies around the world and existing customers. They have 130+ offices global, and currently offer services across about 35 of them.
So it’s a pretty fast paced environment where everyone is bought-in to delivering on their tasks and also helping others around them to do so, whether that be providing documentation support or quick answers for colleagues adapting services or products to new languages and markets.
Because of the nature of how they’re growing, there will be opportunities to side-step into other roles or take on hybrid responsibilities in assisting other departments, so if longer-term you’d like to be more technical, you’ll be able to work closely with developers. If you find the sustainability and carbon side very interesting, you’ll be able to collaborate with those consultants and project managers.
Please reach out, especially if addressing climate issues is something you’re passionate about!