In charge of analyzing the data resulting from the company's activity, the data analyst sees his role taking on considerable importance in the era of big data.
Among its various missions include the collection and analysis of data to produce essential recommendations to internal decision-makers and customers of the company. A good data analyst is therefore a key player in the definition, monitoring and evolution of the various KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) of the organization and/or one of its strategic data projects.
The preferred profiles for this position will have a university education and will have followed a specialized course in statistics within or in addition to training in engineering, IT or marketing.
In addition to mastering statistical and data analysis techniques, data mining, database languages or web analytics tools, the data analyst must also have a good knowledge of the regulations related to the use of these tools.
His writing skills, including English language, project management, and his ability to be rigorous and organized will ensure a successful integration.
Among the personal qualities sought, profiles that are able to be proactive while demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills will be able to evolve towards data scientist positions or integrate managerial functions in their sector of activity.
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