Business Analyst (Graduate Development Programme)
Put all of those days spent studying at the University Library to good use…
Two roles for enthusiastic graduates have been created within the professional team at Lodge Initiatives, initially on a comprehensive graduate development programme. This is your chance to be part of a rapidly growing, innovative business where you will be challenged daily and given every opportunity to excel and progress; where your affinity for numbers and problem solving will see you soar in a rewarding and long-term career with the company.
Who will I be working with?
Lodge Initiatives is a well-established, fast growing business specialising in the wholesale of automotive parts across the UK and Europe. For over 15 years the company has been supplying parts from the world’s biggest manufacturers and European motor brands. The professional, friendly team prides itself on developing long-term and meaningful client partnerships, and benefits from having multi-lingual colleagues.
Supporting ambitious growth plans, the company has made a significant investment into facilities, with a recent move to an 11,000 sq ft site in Deeside, near Chester. Lodge Initiatives takes care of its colleagues as much as customers, and there are plenty of opportunities for career progression.
What will this role of Business Analyst entail?
For the first 12 months of your tenure as a Business Analyst, you will work closely alongside one of the Directors at Lodge, receiving first class training and support whilst you undertake a variety of projects. These projects will vary from sales and purchase analysis, marketing analysis and database development.
Having gained a broad range of knowledge and the chance to apply your skills, you will then be given the opportunity to specialise in the area of work you have become strongest in.
Whatever the task at hand, you will be presented with multiple opportunities to use your superb problem-solving skills and imagination, to suggest improvements and make an impact on the processes and business practices in place.
What will I need to be considered for this Business Analyst vacancy?
- Minimum 2:1 Honours Degree in a Maths, Science or IT related subject
- High level of analytical and problem-solving skills
- Superb time management skills
- Excellent work ethic, with a self-motivated, positive attitude
- The ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team
Whilst the requirements above are essential for this position, in order for you to truly succeed in this role you will need unwavering enthusiasm, imagination and initiative along with a genuine passion and drive to succeed.
What will I receive in return?
As part of this growing and profitable business, you’ll be given the autonomy and support to deliver and reach your full potential. Your efforts and performance will be noticed and rewarded, with the opportunity to take on more responsibility within the business as you excel in the role.
Salary: £18,000 to £22,000. Plus, company performance-based bonus.
Attractive Benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, and pension scheme
Working Hours: Full time hours, working 8am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday.
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Sandycroft, Deeside (Flintshire, North Wales). Conveniently located near to Chester, the Wirral, A55 and the M56.
All applications to be submitted online, and strictly no agency calls or agency CV submissions.
This Business Analyst (Graduate Development Programme) vacancy is advertised by JVP Jobs on behalf of the employer Lodge Initiatives. At JVP Jobs we believe in providing complete transparency for you the job seeker to help you make informed decisions. By applying for this role you are submitting your CV directly to our above named client. Please note that we DO NOT operate as a recruitment agency, all applications will be reviewed directly by the employer Lodge Initiatives, and should they wish to progress your application further they will be in contact with you.
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