Senior Analyst

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
£42000 - £45000 per annum + bonus + benefits

Senior Analyst
Nottingham
Up to £45,000

One of the most exciting roles out there at the moment; A rewarding start up company, backed by leaders across the industry, are looking for a Senior Analyst to develop their Commercial Strategy.

THE COMPANY

Definitely one to watch. A cool start-up who have built a business by leading from customer need and experience. Helping consumers to make solid financial decisions, they have been disruptive in the market and it's proving a success. If you are looking to apply analytical skills in an innovative environment, with a clear commercial impact, this could be the company for you.

THE ROLE

As a Senior Analyst, you will be a leading voice for Commercial Strategy Analytics.

Key responsibilities:

  • Work with Marketing, Credit Risk, and many other teams across the business to provide insightful analytics
  • Translate your analytics into developmental strategy that you will own
  • Develop the strategic roadmap for existing customer payment strategies
  • Lead the marketing journey for payment behaviour and cross-selling, keeping in mind the customer voice

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Educated a degree level, 2:1 minimum, in a STEM discipline, showing a strong academic record throughout
  • Prior Credit Risk, Fraud or similar Financial Services strategy experience
  • Coding and data manipulation experience in SAS or SQL
  • Strong Excel skills to include VBA experience
  • Excellent stakeholder communication skills and ability to work with multiple teams in tandem
  • A good understanding of statistical or quantitative analytical methods

BENEFITS

Up to £45,000
Competitive pension
Bonus
Gym membership
Healthcare
Unrivalled progression opportunities

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role, please submit your interest by pressing 'Apply Now' on this page. For further information please contact Rosalind at Harnham

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