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Data Analyst

Data Analyst - Chelmsford, Essex

Salary: Up to £25,000 p.a.

dependant on experience

The Company

Our client is one of the UK's largest prestige vehicle dealerships selling both new and used luxury cars from their state of the art showroom.

The Role

Due to the competitive nature of the automotive industry, our client is looking to recruit a Data Analyst to gather, understand and document data sets using appropriate tools and techniques.

Role Responsibilities:

? Identify areas to increase efficiency and automation of processes.
? Develop and support reporting processes.
? Monitor and audit data quality.
? Liaise with internal and external clients to fully understand data content.
? Design and carry out surveys and analyse survey data.
? Manipulate, analyse and interpret complex data sets.
? Prepare reports for internal audiences using business analytics reporting tools.
? Create data dashboards, graphs and visualisations.
? Provide sector and competitor benchmarking.

Essential Skills & Requirements:

? Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
? Accuracy and attention to detail.
? A methodical and logical approach.
? The ability to analyse, model and interpret data.
? A high level of mathematical ability.

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