Project Data Analyst

About the role

Kindred is one of Europe's largest online gaming groups with 11 brands operating across multiple markets and in turn serving around 21m customers worldwide. Following a recent organisational change, our delivery model is now expected to be led by a data driven portfolio, acknowledging 5 key capabilities: Resource Management, Risk Management, Benefits Management, Financial Management, Prioritization & Strategic Alignment. 


As Project Data Analyst, you will be responsible for searching and collecting data, preliminary data preparation, analysing large datasets, using various tools to explore data, to build models and to interpret, distil and extract meaningful insights from data sources to help formulate strategies. Working closely with other members of the Portfolio team to build the foundations of the Portfolio, to ensure a smooth transition in the development of the Portfolio, its strategic roadmap and the delivery of the expected capabilities.


You will support the Group Portfolio Manager, the Head of Project & Change, Head of Business Analysis and by extension, the Group Head of Portfolio Management Office, to prepare the relevant reporting for the Kindred Priority Forum, in providing all the key delivery metrics used to make the right decisions to ensure alignment with our company strategy.


Your key responsibilities

  • Assist with data collection and synthesis
  • Analyse large sets of data and communicate data-driven insights
  • Ensure consistent data quality and support local entities with data validation
  • Managing and continuous improvement of the process of tracking and analysing project and portfolio reporting metrics
  • Support transformation of data and analytics processes from current data warehouse and reporting BI system to a new global solution
  • Apply appropriate standards for the governance, and evaluate resource management, portfolio-level investment performance and financial management of the Portfolio
  • Support the Group Portfolio Manager in the set up of the Kindred Priority Forums and preparation of the Kindred Priority Forums' portfolio-level pre-reads and reporting
  • Support the Group Portfolio Manager to ensure the Portfolio reflects changed strategic objectives (OKRs) and priorities
  • Support the Group Portfolio Manager, and by extension, the Group Head of Portfolio Management Office, to make the right decisions on prioritisation according to business needs and capacity

You'll need the following knowledge, skills and experience

  • Degree education essential, ideally in Mathematics, Statistics or Economics (i.e. a quantitative field of study), or Information Management
  • Preferred experience in project and/or programme management
  • Preferred experience in managing portfolio capabilities including Prioritisation, Resource Management and Capacity Planning, Financial Management and Benefits Management
  • Proactive in independently identifying, analysing and resolving issues
  • Proactive in anticipating, analysing and escalating risks with recommendations of how to mitigate
  • Comfortable in handling data in its volume and in all its formats, e.g. raw CSV, Excel, database extract
  • Working knowledge, or at least a good awareness of basic scripting languages and dataset tools
  • Proven experience in using Excel, JIRA, Portfolio for JIRA and Confluence
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills that are tailored to be effective and meaningful to all levels of audience and an ability to engage effectively with mid- to senior-level stakeholders (fluency in English is a prerequisite)
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Robust quantitative, analytical and problem-solving skills and superior levels of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Motivated, agile and a hands-on mentality
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks in a time-sensitive, fast-paced environment
  • An enquiring mind: a thirst for knowledge and an ability to continuously learn
  • Enjoys working in a dynamic, multicultural environment

How to apply 

To apply for this role, click the "Apply Now" button and complete the short web form. Please also add a covering letter explaining your motivations for applying and your salary expectations. Our recruitment team will then be in touch shortly.


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Kindred House, 17-25 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom, SW19 3SE
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3 days CSR leave
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