Data Analyst


At NTT DATA we are currently looking for a Data Analyst to join our fast growing team in the Brussels office.

As a Data Analyst, you will closely work with a team of consultants and AI engineers for our clients in the public sector and you will provide support maintaining and developing a European taxonomy of occupations and skills. We are looking for someone who is a team player, has excellent writing skills in English and a keen interest in the employment and education policies of the EU.

You will be involved in:

  • participate in the development, updating, publication and implementation of the European classification of occupations and skills;  
  • extract knowledge on the labour market from information sources such as studies, research papers, and reports, and structure this knowledge to define or update concepts and terms to ensure quality and consistency; 
  • match raw labour market data such as job vacancies, CVs, unstructured job titles to controlled vocabularies;
  • collaborate with AI and software engineers to leverage on the usage of labour market ontologises to improve the functioning of the labour market and to enhance the maintenance and update of the classification; 
  • translate business requirements into data analytics;
  • carry out validation of content by reviewing it according to quality, usability and applicable standards and guidelines; 
  • draft-up of reports summarising and discussing the main findings, and proposing recommendations; 
  • advise stakeholders on the use of the classification and respond to citizens/clients queries; 
  • study stakeholders' needs and expectations for semantic assets and feed the information into the development or improvement process of the classification; 
  • support the design and implementation of ICT systems that are used to manage the classification; 
  • interact with the client(s) on a daily basis. 



Your profile:

  • Knowledge of employment and education data and analytics at EU and international level
  • Very good English drafting and communication skills (both oral and writing)
  • Knowledge of and hands-on experience with semantic assets, such as ontologies, controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, thesauri, classifications, knowledge graphs
  • Minimum 1 to 3 years of overall work experience in data analysis/analysis of big data
  • Ability to manage relations with stakeholders
  • Excellent command of Microsoft tools (particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Master Degree.

Nice to have:

  • Relevant work experience in employment and education policy at EU level
  • Experience in IT business analysis/consultancy/development projects
  • Technical knowledge and experience with knowledge organisation standards such as RDF, SKOS, etc. is an asset


  • Career development: you’ll have access to an endless possibility of trainings, yearly performance reviews and a mentorship program.
  • We believe in work-life balance and flexibility. You’ll be in a company where you can wear casual clothing, decide your working hours, and telework some days a week.
  • Multicultural environment.
  • Referral program. You’ll get rewarded for bringing your talented friends!
Diversity & Inclusion
At NTT DATA, we believe everyone is unique and different, this is why we bet for an inclusive culture that recognizes and values diversity. We work day after day to create an environment in which we can explore, live and enhance our own singularity

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Data controller: NTT DATA Belgique SPRL

Purpose: To manage your possible participation in the current personnel selection processes within NTT DATA Spain and affiliates. To manage your possible participation in future selection processes and to send communications about NTT DATA Spain. and affiliates activities and recruitment events.

Legitimation:Consent of the interested party.

Recipients: Companies belonging to the NTT DATA Spain and affiliates, some located outside of the European Economic Area. Data Processors, some located outside of the European Economic Area.

Right: To access, modify and delete data, as well as other rights, as explained in the additional information.

Origin: In some cases, candidates' data could come from third parties such as employment portals, professional social networks, temporary employment agencies, recruitment consultants or head hunters, as well as teaching centres or universities.

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