We are urgently seeking an experienced and skilled SAP Analyst
to provide support for the Lead Data Analyst and the Principal Data Scientist, analysing patterns and trends from customer data for one of our local government clients based in London SE10.
The SAP Analyst
will interrogate large databases of customer data held by Customer Experience to provide analysis and insight on customer travel patterns to inform strategic operational and planning questions. They will need to add interpretation and explanation to the extracted data to provide meaningful, high-quality analysis of customer data for both internal and external customers.
Ideal candidates will demonstrate the following:
This role is Outside IR35
- Experience of using data analysis to provide analysis that answers key business questions and understanding the impact of analysis to business issues.
- Considerable experience of extracting and analysing SAP data
- Experience in advanced analytic methods including data mining, and statistical analyses.
- Experience of gathering, collating, analysing and publishing data in multi - media formats, for both technical and non-technical audiences.
- Knowledge of how to extract insight from large relational databases/data warehouses
- Knowledge of basic confidentiality and data protection requirements that apply to the processing of customer information (Essential)
- Preferably knowledge of data analytics tools and of statistical analysis tools such as SAS, SPSS, Toad or R
- Good understanding of customer data and the way in which customer data is held and can be interrogated.
- Knowledge of London's public transport industry.
- Knowledge of relevant national and international legislation pertaining to the Government/Public Sector IT - e.g. Data Protection Act, EU Procurement Directives and Freedom of Information Act, including knowledge of basic confidentiality and data protection requirements that apply to the processing of customer information.
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GPR is fully committed to the elimination of unlawful and unfair discrimination and values the differences that a diverse workforce brings to organisations. GPR will not discriminate because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. GPR will not discriminate because of any other irrelevant factor and will build a culture that values meritocracy, openness, fairness and transparency.