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Commercial Analyst

  • Reference: 223803
  • Location: London
  • Salary: 40-45k + Generous Benefits
  • Job type: Permanent
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Commercial Analyst
40-45k + Generous Benefits

Our client, a European giant and one of the hottest digital companies in London, delivers a quick and effortless way for 10 million-plus users to buy and sell virtually anything. With strong international markets and a firm footing in the UK, they are well placed to build upon their already impressive market share. To further accelerate their UK growth, they now require a Commercial Analyst to help shape their UK operations.

As a Commercial Analyst, you will:

  • Conduct examinations of revenue, operations and competition
  • Advise the senior management team on strategies that will improve sales and/or efficiency
  • Support strategy design and implementation in all sales, marketing, product and operations teams
  • Report findings to senior management
  • Deliver constant analysis of strategies, making revisions where necessary

You will:

  • Have a Strong degree in Economics, Business Administration or an analytical discipline
  • Possess 2-3 years experience as a Commercial/Business Analyst
  • Have solid skills developed in a Management Consultancy or similar business
  • Demonstrate an innovative approach to business, have first-class analytical skills and be highly proficient with Excel and PowerPoint
  • Be autonomous and excited by growing digital environments

You can expect a base salary circa 40-45k plus an excellent benefits package and a great working environment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a diverse team focused on world domination!

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