Operations Analyst

London
£350 - £450 per day

OPERATIONS ANALYST

6 MONTH CONTRACT

£350-£450 PER DAY

REMOTE/CENTRAL LONDON

This position as an Operations Analyst will allow you to operate within a renowned e-commerce delivery company, primarily providing insight into the supply chain and customer experience. The Operations Analyst will operate alongside various stakeholders to understand requirements and then provide into to the rest of the supply team. The Operations Analyst will be instrumental to the business and supply teams and will be exposed to incredible training on new technologies.

THE COMPANY

This company offers an online delivery platform for various products. They are have established themselves as one of the leaders in the Data and Analytics function and lead the way in pioneering new analytic techniques. Now going through another recruitment phase, they offer cutting edge technological experience, as well as insight and support from their valued Senior Management. Experience within this company will stand out to all employers.

THE ROLE

The Operations Analyst will inform the company on their supply and logistic requirements for a new factory they are launching. This will specifically involve:

  • Querying data in SQL to solve some of the companies greatest supply and logistic issues.
  • Understanding supply chain and the requirements and issues around this.
  • Deep analysis of operations and logistics within a new factory set up.
  • Communicating findings with senior stakeholders and the rest of the business.
  • Using data to drive decision making,

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

As an Operations Analyst you will be required to have the following experience:

  • Excellent SQL skills and commercial experience using this to drive insight.
  • Experience working within Operation/logistic analytics
  • Experience deriving insight from data-driven decision-making.
  • Experience working with customer-focused data and providing insight from this.
  • Ecommerce experience is also an added bonus.

THE BENEFITS:

As an Operations Analyst, you will receive between £350-£450 per day over an initial 6-month period. As well as the opportunity to work on a variety of interesting and exciting projects.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Matthew Collett via the Apply link on this page.

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