Do you enjoy building in-depth understanding of our business (processes) by deep-diving into data, turning this into information and insights and communicating with business stakeholders? Are you a pragmatic team player that likes to participate in solving challenges in a complex, high tech environment? Then you are a great candidate to become our new Data Analyst.
Within the department “Cross-sector structural improvement” you will enable and support our self-learning organization by realizing structural improvements with impact across different sectors. You do this based on facts by turning data from a large variety of sources into insight together with our business stakeholders.
As Data Analyst you take responsibility to:
By doing this you create the factual foundation for successful structural improvement project execution
In the position of Data Analyst you will be working in a team of 4-6 Data Analysts that support a program consisting of multiple projects. Together with the team you will work on the data analysis needs that these business improvement projects have. You will also be the main analyst for one of these projects and be the main interface to the project leader and engineer(s) in the project.
HBO / Master in Computer Science, Industrial Engineering, BI or similar.
Context of the position
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We make machines that make chips; the hearts of the devices that keep us informed, entertained and safe. Our key technology is the lithography system, which brings together high-tech hardware and advanced software to control the chip manufacturing process. All of the world’s top chipmakers like Samsung, Intel and TSMC use our technology, enabling the waves of innovation that help tackle the world’s toughest challenges.
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