Project Bid Data Analyst

Obscurant Recruitment Solutions Ltd
08 Feb 2017
08 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Project (Bid) Data Analyst


£25,000 - £30,000 pa + excellent company benefits

Obscurant are partnering with a global organisation who are leaders within their field of legal services. Due to phenomenal growth and success they are actively looking to engage highly astute Bid Data Analyst to join their organisation.

This opportunity is for a Bid Data Analyst who will provide support to their MI and Reporting team. You will own on behalf of the team, the responsibility of producing bid/tender/cross client statistics.

The role will involve liaising with the internal MI Team members to produce the required data/stats for the required Bid/Tender/Stats etc. along with building strong internal relationships with the Bid Team.

With an in-depth understanding/overview of BI & MI/Reporting process teamed with your analytical abilities you become an integral part of the tendering process. Part of this, you will be developing a pool of data that will be used ultimately within a SQL Data Warehouse.

This opportunity will suit those well versed within the world of analytics, reports and producing high level data to support a business teamed with knowledge of the insurance, and/or Legal sectors

You will possess excellent communication skills teamed with being highly proficient with Microsoft Excel, ideally SQL knowledge along with the ability to work within a dynamic fast-paced environment.

In return they will offer you a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a nurturing environment allowing you a structured career path within an encouraging and collaborative team.

To be considered for this opportunity please ensure your CV highlights your skills and level with the following;

  • Creating MI reports and ability to collate and present data
  • Background within a similar role
  • Industry knowledge/experience within Legal and/or Insurance sector
  • Microsoft Excel, EXPERT user
  • Knowledge and confident user with MS SQL