Reporting Engineer

Reporting Engineer Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Reporting Engineer to join our team.


  • Identifying reporting risks and opportunities;
  • Acting as a point of contact for external auditors;
  • Providing accurate and consistent information with respect to the reporting process;
  • Ensure systems integration allowing insight and clarity into performance and reporting;
  • Facilitating decision-making by ensuring the provision performance progress updates;
  • Continuous improvement of processes and controls;
  • Supporting the budgeting and forecasting process by providing relevant business information and analysis to the Project Management Team;
  • Participate in coordinating senior management meetings;
  • Support in preparing monthly, quarterly stage gate reporting processes;
  • Adherence to Project controls and reporting requirements managing large datasets;
  • Supporting business wide functions in the UK, including HR.


  • Strong numerical, analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • Advanced familiarity with Microsoft Office;
  • Familiarity working in a time-pressurised environment where competing deadlines and demands must be self-managed and prioritised;
  • The ability to determine the scope of a requirement, and draw on wider knowledge and understanding to provide a solution;
  • A meticulous eye for detail;
  • Clear communication skills, able to communicate with accuracy and clarity in informal conversations, reports and presentations;
  • Statistical programming skills;
  • Able to communicate precisely and clearly with non-engineers;
  • You are passionate about Mixcloud and creating connected communities;
  • Accustomed to working to deadlines;
  • Technical aptitude through education or experience; able to evaluate different approaches to implementing processes;
  • 1+ years experience working on reporting;
  • Engineering / CS background: You are able to communicate findings clearly to both technical and non-technical audiences;
  • You are a strategic thinker that can break down complex problems into relevant, actionable steps;
  • Self-starting with a bias towards outcomes as opposed to activity.