- Job posted on: 21st Nov 2023
- Applications close:
The Clean Energy Council is Australia’s pinnacle industry body representing clean energy, and we are committed to accelerating the transformation of Australia’s energy system to one that is smarter and cleaner.
At the Clean Energy Council, it is important we live our values of Integrity, Collaboration, Leadership, People Focused and Service Excellence every day in the way we work.
The Reporting & Data Manager is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the Clean Energy Council’s data analytics and reporting program in order to maximise the value of the organisations data assets and provide valuable business insights. Specifically the role will:
As an experienced data analytics leader, you will have demonstrated experience designing and implementing reporting and analytics frameworks, including partnering with the business to guide and influence the organisation on appropriate data management practices.
You will have strong analytical capability with a high level of proficiency in PowerBI or Tableau (or similar solution) as well as familiarity with SQL reporting software. You will have exceptional stakeholder and change management skills and will be comfortable presenting data insights and taking the various audiences on the change journey.
You will be a natural problem solver with a high level of commercial acumen and strong project planning and time management skills.
Significant growth in the clean energy sector is leading to new career opportunities for talented professionals. There are many reasons to explore our value proposition and what we offer. Here are just a few:
The Clean Energy Council is an equal opportunity employer. The Clean Energy Council respectfully acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters on which we work and live. Sovereignty has never been ceded. We acknowledge Elders, past and present, and their continuing culture and connection to Country. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are welcomed and encouraged to apply for all advertised positions.
Join a team of diverse individuals united by a common purpose!
Applications should include a cover letter and CV and will be reviewed progressively.
All potential candidates must have a suitable working visa in Australia in order to apply. The successful candidate will be required to satisfactorily complete police and other background checks in accordance with Clean Energy Council Policy.