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Dublin, Ireland | Permanent | Full time
Description of Business Unit:
Group Internal Audit (GIA) is on a journey towards a digital future, where automation, technology and data will act as key enablers to both what we do, and how we do it. The Data Science & Analytics function within GIA is responsible for the development and execution of GIA's 'Digital & Data' strategy and digital transformation roadmap (DTR), to enable GIA to embed technology, data science and automation techniques at the heart of its operating model.
Purpose of the Role:
This is a cross functional individual contributor role to develop complex, multi-component data insight and reporting solutions to realise value from both the Group's and external data. You will contribute towards GIA's multi-year digital transformation strategy, through the development of multi-component data insight and reporting solutions, the creation and embedding of 'smart processes' and input into GIA's technology strategy and implementation plan. You will also be responsible for the rollout of key capability and training initiatives across the division, utilising Agile principles and methodologies, designed to increase our overall level of digital and data capability across GIA.
What is the Opportunity?
You will work as part of a dynamic and ambitious team, and be a driving force behind digital transformation in GIA. You will gain significant exposure to developing data insight and analysis solutions to extract value and insights from numerous, disparate, complex data sources. You will also have the opportunity to support the development of data science solutions end to end, leveraging applied statistics and supervised/unsupervised machine learning methodologies, on both structured and unstructured datasets.
You will also gain exposure to solution architecture, strategy development/execution and project management. This is a high visibility role within division and a great opportunity for you to make a difference to our colleagues, customers and stakeholders, through leveraging data as an asset.
Essential Skills & Experience:
Desirable Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
Working at Bank of Ireland doesn't have to mean working in an office to have an impact. Our commitment to enabling colleagues to thrive means that depending on role type you can have choice and flexibility in where you work and live, subject to your role,customer needs and our requirements. We have a hybrid working model, with home, agile hub and office based options available. We will always list a primary location which can be where you go for in person collaboration, and a location where you can best perform your role.
Please note you must live in the jurisdiction for the business to which you are contracted.
This job can be done anywhere in ROI with the primary office location as Dublin to which travel will be required for in person collaboration. Exact frequency to be agreed with manager.
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles supplied to Bank of Ireland by Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted for this role.
Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce.
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