Latest Jobs – Data Analyst – Utility People

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Do you have a passion for statistics and data analytics? Are the details important to you? Do you want to work for a reputable company that has an excellent social environment whilst also being able to build a career? We are looking to recruit a Data Analyst to work in the City of London. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn hands-on about the utilities industry and offers fantastic networking opportunities for those looking to build a career within the utilities and energy sector.

The Data Analyst position would suit a recent graduate or someone who has gained some experience within a regulated industry to gain a footing in the utility industry. If this sounds like the role for you, Apply today!


• The production of timely and accurate monthly reporting on industry performance across several contracts
• The management of industry risk assessment model
• The manipulation and analysis of data within Excel to find trends and patterns
• The interpretation of data to form conclusions
• The production of clear and concise reporting of analysis findings
• Participation in industry meetings
• Presentation of summary of findings and any recommendations if required
• The management and resolution of enquires raised during industry meetings on a timely basis
• The management of the process of analysing data sets, producing reports for publication, summarising findings and maintaining dashboards
• The management of the schedule for provision of data with the client
• Understanding and management of the relationship between industry risk, performance monitoring, industry performance and recommendation for controls
• Providing friendly and reliable expert advice to stakeholders via email or phone enquires
• Uploading reports and meeting papers via document share platform and website.


Skills required:
• Strong Excel skills with the ability to create and manipulate complex formulas across multiple spreadsheets.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and able to communicate complex issues, solutions and arguments to technical and non-technical stakeholders
• Analytical, fact-focused and a lateral thinker
• An ability to interpret and analyse large volumes of data
• Have experience in risk modelling and understanding of risk modelling techniques
• Excellent planning and organisational abilities,
• Fast learner, able to assimilate and understand new information and subject areas in short spaces of time and pick up new processes and ways of working quickly
• Strong client engagement and stakeholder management abilities, able to elicit and capture stakeholder needs and requirements and provide critical assessment.


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