|Date Posted||December 1, 2016|
Technical and Engineering
Our client is a world leader in the provision of in-line inspection and testing solutions for customers in the global oil, gas and petro-chem industries.
Location: North Dublin
Global responsibility of the data analysis organization within the company.
Participate in executive management team activities
Lead global data analysis teams
Take over the responsibility for processes, guidelines and regulations regarding global inspection data analysis activities
Responsible for financial reporting figures and KPIs of the data analysis reporting group Acts as a role model for data analysis managers worldwide
Ensures strategic evaluation and planning of personnel, hardware, and software resources aligned with the company business targets
Interact with executive management and other departments to ensure the Data Services deliverables are on time, of the highest quality, and state of the art
Ensure alignment to group-wide company policies, regulations and code of conduct
The selected candidate will most likely be a qualified Engineer (Degree or more) with at least 10 years’ experience including strong project and program management and advanced technical data analysis and problem solving skills. They will have excellent process and quality optimisation and remote global team mentoring and leading skills. They will have a strong knowledge of databases, CRM and financial budgeting. The ability to ensure multiple remote project deadlines are met on time and within required regulatory standards is essential. The chosen individual will have a strong personality with excellent decision making abilities and able to tactically persuade personnel at all levels to enable smooth rollout of projects.
Fluent English is essential
Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook)
Willingness to travel globally
Great long-term career prospects Individual opportunities for career development
Salary scale: eu120,000 +++ Dependent on experience plus bonus, benefits and flexible working hours