Data Planners work closely with management to create strategies and plan and evaluate. Data planners have many skills from writing an analysis specification to interpreting analysis and analytical techniques. A Good Data Planner can identify data lists for a product or service, understand data processing techniques and manage response handling. A Data Planner knows trends in the list market, knows how to segment consumers through questions and understands the relationship between data and digital as well as database design. Data Planners work closely with senior management in order to understand business challenges, understand the company's goals be able to provide data/analysis for better decision making. You'll find the latest Northern Ireland Data Planner jobs all in one place, all online at The Big Data Jobs Board.
Data Planners should be strong team players to ensure all projects are delivered accurately and on time. Data Planners produce presentations to communicate complex analysis through Tableau and Microsoft. A Data Planner should demonstrate the ability to use technology to gather and interpret data into consumable presentations. A Data Planner should give consultation services and be able to discuss data requirements regarding specific marketing objectives. A Data Planner should be able to think strategically so that they can provide new ways of acquiring and mining data for customer insights. Data Planners should be able to track project specific success measurements and create strategies to reactivate and acquire contacts specific to their target audience. If you are looking for a Data Planner career, look no further, we have a great selection of the latest and best Data Planner jobs in Northern Ireland.