Data Lead - Large, reputable utilities firm

Job details

Location: Melbourne
Salary: $500-$700 per day
Job Type: Temporary
Reference: 99047
Posted: 4 months ago

Job description

  • Data Lead
  • Large, reputable utilities firm
  • 5 month contract - $500 - $700 per day



  • To lead a team of 4-5 junior analysts to track trends and faults within the system.
  • Working extensively with the digital services team to transition from a manual model to an automated system.
  • Analysing and investigating complex and large data
  • Conduct investigations 
  • Identifying areas of improvement through business processes
  • Liasing extensively with internal stakeholders to prioritise improvement
  • Manage the process to collate the data

About the Company:


Opportunity to join of the world's leading experts across the utilities market, operating across ANZ, with head office based in Melbourne.   Working within an environment who offers career growth and within a highly experienced team who love technology and want to be part of creating the next big thing.


About You

Advantageous if you have previous Data experience within either the utilities or telecommunications sector in order to hit the ground running.  Experience with process improvement and driving performance by leading a small team within Data is essential.

  • Strong experience in SQL
  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills
  • Strong Analysis skills to track trends and faults


  • Industry leading client
  • Growth opportunities
  • Friendly workforce with lots of collaboration
  • Ability to work on cutting edge technology
  • Innovation encouraged


How you can Apply

Click APPLY or contact Simon Nazlikol on 0415199779 or email for a confidential discussion.


At Charterhouse, we embrace, and value, diversity of culture, working arrangements, sexual orientation, and gender identity. On behalf of our client, we promote a workplace that actively seeks to include and welcome unique contributions of all people; to embrace and celebrate the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, their skills, and contributions to the workplace.