Data Analyst in Global E-Commerce Industry - Manchester
Are you looking to use your Data Analyst skills in a GLBOAL / TOP E-Commerce enterprise, who have won insane awards, year on year for their investment into their people.
All you need is a track record in handling data. Have the ability to interpret data and develop strategies.INTERVIEWING NOW - APPLY IMMEDIATELY FOR CONSIDERATION - TOP 100
Some of the Benefits Include:
What you will be doing:
- Salary up to £40,000
- 33 days holiday
- Over 75% discount on company products
- Working with global companies
- Working in a modern office in the heart of Manchester
- Socials, pool tables, dart boards and breakout space
So, The Skills…
- Collecting and analysing large data sets from a variety of sources, to identify trends and patterns.
- Providing recommendations to help the organisation make better business decisions.
- Developing dashboards and reports to track key performance indicators.
- Working with stakeholders to identify areas of improvement and develop action plans.
- Keeping up to date with the latest technologies to ensure the organisation remains competitive.
- Ensuring data is accurate and up to date.
It's a bonus if you have:
- Knowledge of data analysis and data manipulation tools (e.g. SQL, Python)
- Data visualisation techniques and tools, such as Microsoft PowerBI
- Experience working with large datasets.
- Experience with the ELT/ETL Process and Software
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong organisational and time management skills
- Professional experience using ERP systems.
- Google Analytics or Shopify
The successful new team member will receive a starting salary of £35,000-£40,000 (with regular increases) +33 days holiday, 75% discounts, and the opportunity to work in a dynamic and fast-growing environment.
If you believe you are the right candidate for this role and would like to be considered for immediate interview, please apply now for more details.Keywords: Data Analyst, Analytics, Data Science, E-Commerce, SQL, Python, Tableau, Machine Learning, Predictive Modelling