Graduate Business Analyst

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Recruiter
Pareto
Location
Reading
Salary
£25000 - £30000/annum
Posted
19 Jul 2017
Closes
17 Aug 2017
Sector
Retail
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Role: Graduate Business Analyst

Location: Reading

Ref: M4GJGBABY

Salary: £25,000 (£30K OTE)

A Sunday Times Fast Track 100 company are looking to grow their team in Berkshire with the addition of talented graduates who display great commercial acumen, ambition and drive in order to create new lucrative business relations and profitable deals.

The package:

- A competitive basic salary of £25,000
- Y1 OTE of £30K
- Fantastic, unique bespoke training
- Excellent scope for progression and professional development with a global, market leading company. You`ll enjoy salary increases year on year!
- A vibrant, welcoming culture with regular socials
- Modern, attractive open plan offices
- Pension

They promote and support progressive careers within the company and offer a fantastic benefits package as well as a unique, fun working environment. We have already placed a number of Pareto graduates into this role and the success of the business and candidates has meant they are looking to expand the team further and invest in new graduate talent!

Training is a vital part of being in this team and there is a comprehensive training programme for every graduate. Mentoring is a continued theme throughout your career in this organisation and as you become more competent your responsibilities develop. Opening up opportunities for candidates to grow the client base and develop a team of Analysts to support you in your own delivery of projects.

What we're looking for:

• Driven and ambitious
• Degree educated, any discipline

Next Steps: 

If you require this job specification or to apply in an alternate format please visit the Pareto website.

(Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to contact all applicants directly. If you haven`t heard from us within 28 days please consider your application to have been unsuccessful)