10 months ago
We're Auckland Airport. The chances are you've already met us, driven into or flown out of our airport, or at least know friends or family who have. You may have wondered at times, how it all comes together. The short answer is, it's our people - The Journey Makers. Our people come from remarkably different backgrounds, trades, and professions; we are terminal and airfield operators to property managers, engineers to carpenters, firemen to security, project managers to health and safety consultants. We are all proudly contributing to making journeys better. The Integrity and Policy Analyst (I&PA) is responsible for managing the business intelligence and analytical requirements of the Aeronautical Integrity and Policy team. The role will also be responsible for project managing the team’s continuous improvement projects. The I&PA role is challenging in that it requires advanced analytical ability as well as excellent relationship management skills. To be successful, the I&PA will need to have the ability to lead and influence both across all levels of the organisation, and also with external stakeholders. Key Functions in this role: * Drive excellence in analysis and reporting across the Aero Integrity and Policy team. * Develop team dashboards and enhance the team’s reporting framework. This will include service quality, quality assurance, noise and risk management. * Complete team monthly and quarterly reporting and communicate insights with the business. * Reporting to the monthly Leadership Team report and quarterly board risk sub-committee reporting. * Lead the annual Commerce Commission qualitative disclosure reporting requirements for the Aero Operations division * Lead the development of service level metrics with the airlines and developing working groups to assess airline priorities, benchmarking performance, determining appropriate measures for each priority, assessing data availability and developing reporting. * Work with the Commercial Performance team to align service level requirements with airline conditions of use and ground-handler agreements. * Provide analytical support for team budgeting and ad hoc projects. * Peer review Aero Operations root cause analysis investigations. * Apply continuous improvement principles to deliver data insights to support the Aero Integrity and Policy team’s objectives. To be successful in this role you will have: * Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience * Minimum 5 years’ experience in business analytics * Experience in the aviation industry * Excellent modelling skills, communication skills and presentation skills Applications for this role closes on the 19th of September. If you have exceptional attention to detail, coupled with effective stakeholder management skills, this could be a great opportunity for you - come join The Journey Makers.