Commercial Analyst

Location
Homeworking
Salary
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum
Posted
15 Oct 2020
Closes
29 Oct 2020
Ref
JN-102020-1238221
Contact
John Thompson
Position/Level
Professional / Specialist
Contract Type
Permanent
Language
English

My client is searching for a new Commercial Analyst to join their collaborative and friendly team. You will be using a range of your skills such as your advanced excel, SQL and Power BI/SSRS skills.

Client Details

My Client, is a large hospitality and retail client that have grown out their offering through expanding their restaurant business and large merger and acquisitions in the industry. While having a large, growing and visible presence in the United Kingdom have also expanded their presence across the United States also.

Description

As a Commercial Analyst you will be working within a team that work across different areas of the business. You should be explain complex relationships and trends with data and be able to tell 'data stories' to key stakeholder to guide and influence commercial decisions. Utilising your great excel skills you should be ready to tackle more advanced visualisation tools to aid you in delivering insights that really impact this data driven business. In order to effectively engage stakeholders, you should be confident in your ability to communicate your findings in which you take a curious approach to finding niche and difficult anomalies and trends.

Profile

Essential Skills:

  • Previous utilisation of advanced excel skills (V-look ups, pivot tables, sumifs, Conditional formatting…) (please note that there will be short excel test to complete before interview stage)
  • Excellent verbal communication
  • Ability to utilise SQL server to extract information

Desirable Skills:

  • Experience in the hospitality industry
  • Previous work with sales data

Job Offer

This position is offering a generous compensation package of up to £55,000 and in addition has flexible working arrangements and is offering remote working with occasional travel into London.