Description de l'offre
York, North Yorkshire
£ 22000 - £ 25000 / Year
IT - Business/Systems Analysis
· Job type
IT and Telecoms
· External Reference
Our client is a growing IT Consultancy based on the outskirts of York, who work with the country's largest public and private sector clients. Due to growth our client has instructed Adecco to recruit for a Junior Business Analyst Consultants.
The successful Junior Business Analyst Consultant will be given the opportunity to professionally grow, your responsibilities will include;
· Development of consulting deliverables - from sales material to supporting the daily questions, analysis and challenges of our clients
· Commercial support - facilitating procurement competitions, running logistics and providing oversite of documentation
· Business Analysis
· Basic project management
· Business case development
Our client is looking for a flexible, dynamic person to help them grow the business, whilst they need a graduate level of education, they value attitude and ambition foremost.
The successful Junior Business Analyst Consultant will have the following skills;
· MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word
· Strong written and verbal communication skills
· Presentation skills
· Data analysis skills
The salary for this position is £22,000 to £25,000 depending on experience.
This client is seen as a leader in their sector and for the right candidate offers long term career prospects.
To apply for the Junior Business Analyst Consultant please click on the link, for more information on the role please email
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Please apply with your CV to: charlotte hughes