Graduate Project Analyst

Recruiter
Tri (The Recruitment Initiative Ltd)
Location
Warwick
Salary
27000.0000
Posted
18 Mar 2017
Closes
17 Apr 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

"Sociable, Bright and Well-presented Graduates!"

SALARY: £27,000.00 PA pro rata (3 month initial contract - potential of permanent opportunities depending on performance).
START DATE: Open

All degree backgrounds and experience will be considered, but a STEM degree can be advantageous. This is a fantastic opportunity for sociable, bright and well-presented graduates who enjoy doing clever stuff and solving peoples problems. Initially working on a project on a fixed term basis (3 months) this is an ideal opportunity for strong Graduates to enter an exciting growth industry.

As a Project Analyst you will be responsible for Data Management and Analysis, Elements of Project Management, providing technical advice and being first point of contact for queries. Initiative and problem solving skills are essential with an ability to translate complex data into layman terms.

If you have ambition, drive and self-motivation and a 2:1 Degree (ideally STEM based) combined with a positive hands on approach and love EXCEL contact us immediately.

As you will be visiting various sites you will need to hold a valid driving licence and have your own transport.

Ref No: GRAD2.17
Location: Warwick
Job Type: Contract - 3 month initial contract
Full or Part Time: Full Time
Salary: £27,000 PA pro rata
Hours: Monday to Friday: 08.00-17.00
Benefits: Company Bonus Scheme, Holiday 24 days + Stats, Personal Development Plans, Team Events, Pension

Please note that if you do not hear back from us in 7 working days your application on this occasion has been unsuccessful. However your details will be considered for any other roles that we feel your skills and experience may be suitable for. If you are already registered with Tri please contact your consultant to discuss your suitability for this position. Tri can only consider applications from candidates who are currently eligible to live and work in the UK in line with Home Office Guidance on the prevention of illegal working. We operate a strict equal opportunities policy.