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Business Intelligence Analyst (Munich or Berlin)

Job Description

Xcede are proud to partner with one of Europe's most exciting challengers in the Legaltech space. Since 2017, they've empowered groups like Deutsche Telekom, Canon and Unicef to navigate the complexity of the rapidly changing compliance, privacy, and information security landscapes. Their suite of service platforms and highly qualified team of legal experts have won over 2,000 customers in just 5 years, and they have firmly cemented their reputation as the sector's most comprehensive solutions provider. With the next phase of growth on the horizon, they're looking to grow their Analytics team with a (Senior) Business Intelligence Analyst.

From Day 1, you'll be working with stakeholders at C-level to define the metrics that will track the company's continued success. You'll develop precise, high-quality reports & dashboards, and will gain a keen understanding of the internal processes that have empowered their growth to date. You'll also act as a technical project manager, gathering requirements from stakeholders and translating these into actionable tasks for the rest of your BI team.

The successful applicant will offer 2+ years of experience with a BI reporting tool (Tableau preferred), along with proficiency with any SQL-based data warehouse. Any background with a statistical programming language (R or Python) is considered a bonus, especially if you've used these languages for basic ETL pipeline development or advanced analytics & data science. Conversational proficiency in German is also a benefit, ideally at level B1 or above.

Benefits of the position include:

  • A competitive salary package, up to 000€, with performance-related bonuses and a dedicated budget for training, development & certifications
  • A flexible working setup - up to 60% home office - with modern offices in Munich & Berlin
  • The pace and progression opportunities of a fast-growing SaaS, with an outstanding leadership team including ex-Facebook and Deutsche Bank executives
  • A complex and constantly evolving data landscape, with huge potential for experimentation, exploratory analysis and insights that will have a clear impact on the business

For more information, apply within or contact Jacob Fairey at the details above.