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Business Intelligence Analyst, IKEA Southeast Asia

Tampines New Town, Finance, Accounting & Tax Full Time

Job description

We want to fill this position with an extremely business minded and proactive enthusiast who can support us in securing the IKEA brand and our overall vision of “creating a better everyday life for the many people”.

Your tasks will include:
  • You are responsible for regularly evaluating the needs and application of business information by partnering closely with business navigation team and other stakeholders in the retail Business.
  • You are responsible for leading the development of decision making tools and providing relevant and end-user focused business information (including KPI & Management reports).
  • You are responsible for improving of current data extraction, retrieval, publishing and storing methods.
  • You are responsible for driving IKEA towards the increased usage of user-friendly, role-based standard reports by building common solutions targeted towards the many.
  • You are responsible for implementing strategic direction for data sources, data quality and tools which is aligned to the long term BI strategy.
Your knowledge, skills and experience include:
  • You share and demonstrate the IKEA values and have a genuine interest in home furnishing.
  • You are meticulous, flexible with a positive attitude.
  • You are a team player and are open to take on responsibilities. You enjoy challenges and find satisfaction in doing a job well.
  • You have at least 5 years of experience in a senior or specialist role, preferably dealing with IT and BI systems and solutions in a fast-pace service/retail industry.
  • You have the competence in creating easy-to-use Business Intelligence solutions.
  • You are proficient in Microsoft Office (especially in Excel) and some knowledge in Programming. Proficient in Microsoft Access, SQL, data warehouse, TM1, QlikView/QlikSense, & BI tool/BI platform is preferred.
  • You are analytical, cost-conscious, know your business processes and have a high ability to prioritise and make business and customers’ needs known.
  • You will have high levels of influencing skills and are able to build strong working relationships across the organisation and have strong problem solving skills.
  • Great communication skills.
Please apply by 23 January 2019

IKEA offers an exciting and empowering work environment in a global marketplace. And as the world’s leader at life at home, you have exceptional opportunities to grow and develop together with us.