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Business Intelligence & Data Visualisation

Turning data into meaningful information that adds value

Business Intelligence & Data Visualisation

Our team

We’re using some of the latest tools available to connect our colleagues across the Society with the information they need, when they need it and in the right format. Now more than ever we need data enthusiasts with strong analytical skills, adept in the latest systems, who are keen to grow with us.

Current vacancies

Explore our current vacancies and apply for roles at Nationwide.

Associate Data Scientist

Competitive

Location Swindon Head Office
Contract Permanent

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Data Scientist

Competitive

Location Swindon Head Office
Contract Permanent

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There are 2 vacancies in Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation

(D&A) BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA VISUALISATION 1

What we do

We engage across all departments within Nationwide to make a genuine difference for our members and colleagues. Our recent successes have enabled increased data quality and accurate information to be made available. And this in turn has improved decision making, processes and interactions with our members.

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Our employee benefits

Competitive salary

And a range of special offers to reward employees who pay their salary into a Nationwide current account

Generous holiday allowance

24 days, increasing to 30 days per year. We also give our employees the option to ‘buy’ up to an extra 10 days holiday.

Flexible working

This can include options such as flexi-time, part-time, job sharing and term-time working.

Contactless

Uncovering Fintech's Hidden Secrets

Financial technology (Fintech), is one of the fastest growing areas in technology. When you make payments online, you the consumer, the ecommerce company, as well as the financial organisation are all using Fintech to make the transaction happen. Senior Business Intelligence Manager Graeme Reed explores how Data Science and Fintech work together.

Fintech has evolved and disrupted almost all aspects of financial services, from payments, investments, and consumer finance, to insurance, securities settlement, and cryptocurrencies.

With 53% of the global population being internet users it’s no surprise that 90% of the world’s data was generated in the last two years, and a chunk of that by Fintech.

Data Scientists are now working at finding trends and meaning in this data. Financial institutions understand the importance of mining data from debit and credit card transactions, purchase history and patterns, mode of communication and brand loyalty.

In 2017, the number of debit card payments outstripped the number of cash payments for the first time providing a record amount of data on how people shopped and what they bought, when and where. Acting on this as well as insights from internet banking data, social media and mobile phone usage for banking can all improve the service provided to customers.

On top of this, Accenture’s 2018 survey of Financial Services customers revealed that 74% would share personal information with Financial Service providers in return for added benefits and a more personalised service.

Data Science is changing financial services.

Sound interesting? At Nationwide Building Society, we’re investing in data enablement to provide the best products and services for our members.

For our latest vacancies, or to contact us about opportunities, see above.