Data Analyst

Hayes, Middlesex
£35000 - £45000 per annum + 30% bonus + discounted flights

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Data Analyst
Heathrow
£45,000 + 30% bonus + discounted flights

A Global Aviation company are looking for a Data Analyst to join them near Heathrow. This is a tech savvy business, with an excellent reputation, now looking to add to their team. You will be sat within the centralised BI function working with stakeholders to gather requirements and deliver reporting and insight solutions, using a mixture of Alteryx and Tableau. You will be tasked with identifying opportunities for deeper analysis, producing reports and insight and really using data to drive business change. There are excellent training opportunities available and the opportunity to gain exposure to Predictive Analytics and Data Science as the team grows. If you are curious about data with excellent communication skills this could be a fantastic opportunity for you!

THE ROLE -Data Analyst
As Data Analyst, your responsibilities will include:

  • Liaising with both technical and non-technical stakeholders from C-Level down to gather requirements and deliver Insight and Reporting solutions
  • Management of data lifecycle and projects - end to end
  • Process, analyse and manipulate data sets using SQL and Alteryx
  • Working on several projects simultaneously
  • Generating engaging reports in Tableau and actionable insight where needed
  • Exposure to Data Science and Predictive Analytics

You will need:

  • Proven commercial experience in a working environment
  • Tableau or Alteryx skills
  • Positive, energetic attitude
  • Degree in relevant subject

HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply for this position, please do so via this site.
For information on this role or other roles in the BI Analytic market please get in touch with Sandra Namatovu at

KEYWORDS

Reporting, Insight, Data, BI, Analytics, Analyst, BI, Business Intelligence, Data, Analyse, Programming, Data, Strategy

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