At Imperial Brands, we’re a truly international company driven by a strong challenger culture. We’re an inclusive, innovative and responsible FTSE30 FMCG business widely recognised on the global stage. We generate over £30bn revenue and employ over 30,000 like-minded achievers in markets worldwide. We’re driven by a common purpose: to create something better.
Alongside maximising our respected brands, we’re increasingly focused on developing a leading portfolio of next generation products with lower health risks than regular tobacco products, all underpinned by leading edge science, high-quality innovation and high standards of governance.
Our entrepreneurial spirit, ability to challenge the status quo and think on our feet along are our keys to success and that of the thousands of people who work here. Here You Can.
Data Visualisation Analyst, People Analytics
Bristol (Remote working available)
Competitive Salary + Benefits
Here at Imperial Brands we currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Data Analyst to join our Global HR Technology team based in our Bristol head office. This is an exciting opportunity to work as part of a global team delivering people insights and analytics to a global population. The ideal candidate is someone passionate about data visualisation and data storytelling, with previous experience in delivering analytics solutions and tools that help the end-user to identify key risks and opportunities for the business. This person will also play a critical role in the build and maintenance of our People Analytics Database.
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What we offer
Imperial Tobacco offers a competitive package of salary, bonus scheme, pension and 25 days holiday (with an additional 4 days on top to cover the Christmas period and bank holidays).
Interested applicants should apply with their CV highlighting their suitability for the role.
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