Data Analyst


Data Analyst
Support and implement new sources of data to enhance the organisations reporting and analytical capabilities.




Work type: Fixed term - full time
Job function: Analyst
Classification: VLA4
Work location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/2007B
Closing date: 29-Nov-2020
Salary range: $91,334 - $114,165
Job duration: Up to 12 months
File attachment: Candidate application form - Data Analyst #2007.docx (Word, 144KB)

Data Analyst PD #2007.docx (Word, 140KB)

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Contact: Kerryn Muscat, Acting Manager, Reporting
(03) 9269 0628


Position details
  • Full time, maximum term position up to 12 months
  • Salary commensurate with experience, range: $91,334 - $114,165 plus superannuation
  • Attractive employee benefits including salary packaging

About the role:
An excellent opportunity to join an in-house business intelligence team and contribute to the development and review of strategy at Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) through the use of data analysis, visualisation and presentation.

Part of a collaborative and hands on in-house data team, you will work with key stakeholders across the business to develop and implement new reporting, dashboards and ad-hoc analysis and be part of the roll out of these solutions across the organisation.

This role presents a rare opportunity to use your knowledge and expertise in data analysis and business intelligence, to make a real impact in an organisation that is committed to improving and developing its use and management of data.

About you:
You are an experienced data analyst professional with a passion for helping organisations to better use data and analysis in their strategy and decision making. You will have strong communication skills, experience working with a variety of stakeholders and will bring along a collaborative approach to working with your immediate team as you assist users across the business to leverage VLAs investment in data.

You will have a track record of responding to organisational needs for analytical models or ad hoc data requests, often working with complex data. You will have a working knowledge of SQL and be familiar with visualising results and presenting your work in Tableau, Power BI or similar tools
Vital to your success in this role is your ability to work collaboratively in a team, your experience and understanding of working with contemporary data modelling and design approaches and your commitment to assisting others get the most out of their use of data.

About Victoria Legal Aid:
Our vision is for a fair and just society where rights and responsibilities are upheld. With over 800 staff employed in 15 offices across Victoria, we help people with their legal problems by providing information, advice and education with a focus on the prevention and early resolution of legal problems. We also provide legal representation to those who need it most.

Employee benefits:
We offer attractive employment benefits including salary packaging (making part of your salary tax-free), flexible working arrangements, family friendly policies and opportunities for professional development. Whilst the work is challenging, you will be rewarded with a culture that is focused on achieving quality outcomes for disadvantaged Victorians.

How to apply:
Submit a current resume and completed candidate application form (listed within the file attachments as a word document). You must complete the candidate application form to be considered for this role, separate responses to the KSC outlined in the position description are not required. Please also include the contact details of two referees.

To protect your safety and the health and safety of our staff, interviews for this role will take place online. If shortlisted for an interview you will be provided with further information about the process.

For further information review the attached position description or contact Kerryn Muscat, Acting Manager, Reporting on (03) 9269 0628.

No agency applications will be accepted.

Applications close by 11.59pm on Sunday 29 November 2020.