Business Performance Reporting Analyst | Sydney
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- Do you come from a regulation background?
- Do you have excellent written and verbal skills to present data around organisational performance?
- Do you have experience with software applications that drive analytics and reporting?
- $81,427 to $91,268 (depending on experience) plus up to 15.4% superannuation and a performance bonus
- Permanent position based in Melbourne or Sydney
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians. We value what you will bring. We value those with sharp, analytical minds and are open to challenging the way things are done.
The Specialist Support and Reporting (SS&R) team is responsible for providing a range of support services to enable ASIC's Enforcement teams to efficiently undertake investigation and litigation activities. These services include providing support for ASIC's regulatory case management system, delivering systems training, providing assistance with procurement and budget forecasting, and undertaking performance reporting.
The Strategic Reporting function within SS&R prepares reports to enable effective monitoring of ASIC's regulatory and operational performance, with a view to support strategic decision-making. The reports are prepared for both internal and external audiences, covering key activities including ASIC's surveillance and enforcement actions, regulatory results and interactions with industry.
As an Business Performance Reporting Analyst you will be required to:
- design, develop and produce reports to inform strategic decision making using appropriate software and business intelligence tools (e.g. Qlik Sense), to enable senior leaders to monitor performance and prioritise business activities;
- generate analytic insights using data drawn from different databases and information systems to identify trends, anomalies and exceptions in performance, and present this information to senior leaders in high quality data products and reports;
- establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders (e.g. the enforcement and regulatory teams), to ensure that reports produced are fit-for-purpose and meet their specific reporting requirements;
- collaborate with team members and key stakeholders to develop new analytical reporting products, as well as partner with IT to ensure that information systems are capturing data required for reporting; and
- apply analytical and conceptual skills to reason through problems, when undertaking complex data analysis and communicate findings with clarity to a range of audiences, including addressing questions arising from report findings
You have highly developed written and communication skills that allow you to present complex data in an easy to understand manner. You have a relevant tertiary qualification in economics, accounting, Information Technology or relevant work experience in data analysis and performance reporting gained in the law enforcement sector or from other regulatory bodies.
Your 2 to 5 years' experience in using software applications for advanced analytics and reporting (e.g. Qlik Sense, Tableau, and accessing data warehouses), and advanced MS Excel skills is essential to allow you to undertake complex data analysis and turn these into quality reporting products for senior leaders.
You have previously partnered with IT to ensure that information systems are capturing data needed for reporting, including escalating system issues, requesting system enhancements and metric requirements.
Your stakeholder engagement skills are strong but at the same time you can work independently to deliver on outcomes.
ASIC is Australia's integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator.
ASIC has a broad mandate. We are a regulator; a policy advisory body; a consumer protection agency; a licensing body; a financial educator and consumer advocate; and a company and professional registry. And we are a law enforcement agency.
This work is directed to one principal aim: to realise ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians.
Underpinning ASIC's vision is the recognition that every cent in the financial system is other people's money.
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to achieving ASIC's vision.
ASIC is committed to a providing a diverse and inclusive workplace where the very best talent in Australia chooses to work. Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply as well as applicants from all backgrounds and with different abilities.
To work with us, you must be an Australian citizen, and be prepared to complete an ASIC Suitability and Baseline Assessment which is issued ASIC's Personnel Security Team.
Please view the position description for more information or click ‘apply' to start your application.