Data and Analytics Manager

Redgate is looking for a talented Data and Analytics Manager to join Redgate’s operational division. You will lead a team of talented data engineers and data analysts.

Reporting to the Head of IT, you’ll work with key stakeholders to shape and deliver key data engineering and analytical capability that addresses important business challenges. You will lead and manage a team that implements and operates our data systems and provides analytical services to the rest of the organisation. This role will be an exciting prospect for someone who wants to build a close working relationship with peers and support the way business is influenced via data and analytics. You and your team will get the opportunity to lead on how data can underpin the success of Redgate.

To apply, simply upload your CV and covering letter or get in touch if you’d like to talk to us first.

What makes you Redgate’s next Data and Analytics Manager?

  • Demonstrable experience of managing and leading a data engineering and analytics team
  • Proven experience of design and delivery of data solutions and have experience of the following technologies and concepts (data literacy, big data, Azure, AWS, RDBMS, data Integration, SQL, Master Data Management, Agile Data Modelling)
  • High level of prior professional experience in a similar role involving data analysis
  • Experienced how great leadership can move a team from good to great and shape how it operates
  • Practical experience of influencing and changing at all levels on the way data is generated, managed, governed, trusted and consumed (data culture)
  • Experience of building, developing and supporting a fault tolerant, scalable data architecture and processes that can support a scaling business
  • Solid experience of building data services on SaaS solutions such as CRM, Marketing Tools and understands how to deliver business value from those sources of information
  • Excellent leadership skills inspiring business and team confidence whilst acting as a behavioural role model to others
  • Practical experience of balancing the demands and needs of the business versus delivering the right thing for the long-term benefit of the company
  • Demonstrable experience of supporting and growing a team with varied technical skills. Understands what great management is and practices it.
  • Experience of identifying and implementing process and continuous improvement
  • You have a clear understanding of business strategy and can ensure alignment with the work, your team and the requirements from technology
  • You’ll have a desire to take the initiative, be innovative, question the status quo and adapt to changing circumstances
  • You’ll be able to spot opportunistic new ideas and determine trade-offs and realistic outcomes for work carried out by your team
  • Ability to collaborate broadly, including supporting, influencing and leading those with project responsibilities within Redgate’s divisions

What’s the package?

  • A great benefits package
  • A commitment to your continuous learning and development
  • Salary is £70k – £80k, depending on experience
  • You’ll work about 40 hours a week, with flexible work time
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Please only apply for roles through our website, as we are unable to accept applications made by email.

We use a third-party recruitment system. We will always get back to you, so please check your junk folder, as sometimes our emails won’t show in your inbox.

Take a look at our privacy policy to find out how your data is looked after.


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