Lead Consultant - Analytics (12-20 yrs)
Lead Consultant - Analytics ; JLPT Certified
We are looking for a techno-functional leader to provide thought leadership to a team of talented analytics professionals. The vision for this role is to help grow and penetrate the engagement further, to help expand the capabilities and drive global initiatives.
- Ownership of Project Delivery
- Serve as trusted advisor by actively participating in various phases of the projects (including kick-off, methodology development, execution, insight generation and data visualizations)
- Effectively communicate with stakeholders to present the final outcomes and provide recommendations as needed
- Build and exhibit deep expertise on Japan Commercial business and the problems that are being solved by data and analytics
- Project Management and leadership
- Set up processes to ensure continuous high-quality delivery by the team, including but not limited to implementing best project management practices (agile/ scrum as needed)
- Support a team of highly talented professionals; and implement upskilling plans as required for business need, working in close collaboration with the Japanese and LCCI leadership
- Serve as an advisor, and a coach, work with functional leads to identify career opportunities for team members, focusing on career path development and with individual experiences
- Contribute to an inclusive community of analytics expert practitioners
- Strategic growth and thought leadership
Experience Required :
- 12-15 years of relevant work experience with demonstrated experience of working in commercial analytics domain, managing complex projects and cross-functional teams
- Deep understanding of Japan's market and data sets etc.
- Language expertise - Ability to read/write/ speak in English and Japanese language (must have) - JLPT N1/ N2 Certified
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to be able to structure and solve open ended business problem.
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