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General Manager Data & Analytics Victoria

Data and Analytics
Business unit:
Enterprise Services
Employment type:
Full-time Permanent

Joining Infoready as General Manager of Data and Analytics offers you an opportunity to drive the growth and guide the strategic direction of an established analytics practice that sits within the broader Enterprise Digital Solutions practice of Arq Group. This role will have oversight and accountability for a large team of consultants delivering Data Engineering, Data Science, Data Visualization and Data Integration projects for many of Australia’s leading organistions across a diverse cross section of industries.

This is a key strategic role within the business and an exceptional opportunity to lead the Victorian consulting teams to deliver exceptional Data & Analytics solutions and commercial outcomes to our clients within our Continuous Value Delivery Model. This role is accountable for the Profit & Loss performance of the State Practice, and is a high profile position requiring regular presentations to clients, industry group and internal stakeholders. You will  have strong people leadership skills combined with managerial capabilities gained from managing a competency or practice of Analytics specialists. Previous consulting or professional services experience is highly regarded.

Required Experience / Skills / Capabilities

  • Exceptional Leadership
  • Demonstrated ability leading teams through growth and change and ability to build new capability.
  • Exceptional commercial acumen
  • Highly influential communication and negotiation skills
  • Track record of delivering growth
  • Strong understanding of solution selling to large enterprises
  • Strong understanding on how to manage partners to deliver customer solutions
  • Budgeting and forecasting 

 If you are interested in a new opportunity or would like to know more about the work we do at Infoready, please apply online, including your resume, and we will be in contact to discuss your application.



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