As our BI Developer you will develop, embed and continuously improve the quality of data structuring, reporting and data visualisation used by our Executive Committee and relevant functional teams to ...
Role: Business Intelligence Developer
Function: Decision Science
Salary: £28,000 - £36,500
Meeting our ambitious goals to expand and reach new locations across the globe requires serious planning. It means analysing every little detail, spotting and overcoming barriers and working towards our ambitious plans. Think decision science, our unique business model creates so many opportunities for data-driven growth and opens the door to an effective environment to deliver simple, high impact solutions from complex data
As our BI Developer you will develop, embed and continuously improve the quality of data structuring, reporting and data visualisation used by our Executive Committee and relevant functional teams to inform and enhance decision-making across Premier Inn.
What you will be doing:
Develop new/enhanced reporting and/or visualisation of data to support effective decision-making
Drive adoption and utilisation of reporting and visualisation
Develop expertise in one or more areas of functional utilisation of data
Develop high quality data structures and support provision, consistency and quality of data.
Gather requirements for new/enhanced data visualisation/reporting based on BI backlog
Develop high quality visualisation within Tableau or PowerBI, iterating efficiently via feedback from the commissioning function/team/user
Ensure new/enhanced visualisation are understood and being used effectively, soliciting feedback where appropriate to understand how improvements can be made
Use SQL and if necessary other languages (e.g. R, Python) to prepare data for application in automated/scheduled reporting and visualisation, and in support of self-serve analytics (e.g. via Tableau Desktop)
Open to you:
You will have a passion for analytics with a practical understanding of data structures and systems used to deliver business intelligence
You have an eye for effective communication through data visualisation, with the ability to listen to and confidently replay requirements using simple, non-technical language
Having proven SQL development, Tableau or PowerBI skills will allow you to hit the ground running
You have a working understanding of dynamic pricing models, marketing strategy and other relevant Commercial knowledge areas
Although not essential, it would be great if you’ve also had exposure to developing visualisation/analytics in other tools, such as Looker or Qlik, experience of Microsoft Power Platform or a grounding in other coding languages (Python/R)
We’re 1,200 hotels and restaurants in the UK, Germany and the UAE, but we’re more than that. We’re the 35,000 people supporting our brands every day. The ones sourcing the nation’s favourite breakfast, plating up family favourites, and the great night’s sleep guaranteed people. We’re also always preparing for new openings, looking ahead and revamping our online presence. We do it for our guests, and it’s the details that keep them returning time and time again. We could be at the end of their road, their trusty choice for business trips, or we could be the place they associate with big celebrations up and down the country. We’re a constant in a changing world, and we’d love you to join us. Bring your energy, ideas and sense of fun, we’re waiting and so are our brands.
Benefits, you ask? Well there’s a lot of great perks to enjoy when you’re in. A competitive salary goes without saying, but we also provide up to 10% annual bonus, flexible working, private BUPA healthcare cover and brand discounts to name just a few.
Whitbread is an inclusive employer, strongly believing that everyone is unique and there should be no limits to
ambition. We welcome your application whatever your background or situation. We are open to flexible working and, where possible, will try to support this.
Whitbread is an inclusive employer. We believe that everyone is unique and there should be no barriers to entry and no limits to ambition. We welcome your application whatever your background or situation. Under-represented groups such as women, ethnic minorities, people with disabilities & members of the LGBTQ+ community (those who identify as gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans sexual, non binary or use another term), are strongly encouraged to build a career with us. We are open to part-time and flexible working and, where possible, will try to support this.