|Job Title||Planning & Business Support Analyst - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£37000 - £42000 per annum|
|Job Published||09 Aug 2017|
|Contact Name||Donovan Whittaker|
A permanent Planning & Business Performance Analyst job in the City of London paying a salary of £37k - £42k.
A not-for-profit organisation dedicated to implementing services and products to generate economic growth.
They focus on bringing together businesses to identify problems that cities face and coordinate to provide effective solutions.
Due to growth, they are looking for a Planning & Business Performance Analyst to join their Head Office in the City of London.
Your new role
As the Planning & Business Performance Analyst, you will oversee the policy analysis and performance reporting activities. You will work cross-functionally to design, develop and deliver excellent planning, strategy and reporting.
Your responsibilities will include:
* Overseeing the production of regular reports for C-Level Management and the Board on a monthly basis
* Helping design, develop and implement business management policies to enhance planning and reporting across the organisation
* Maintaining up to date information on the organisations activities and projects using internal systems and processes
* Identify and draw up trends from evidence found to advise and direction Management & the Board
What you can expect
You will be working for a successful organisation who pride themselves on their employees and making a contribution to the society.
You will be based in the London City office, with a salary of £37k to £42k, dependent on your skills and experience.
What you will need to succeed
Your experience in a similar role will drive your success.
You will use your demonstrable experience of commercial awareness and analysis, alongside a track record of problem solving and the use of data reporting software (e.g. Salesforce of SAP).
What to do now
To apply for this role, please email your CV to our Office & Specialist Support Team quoting the reference number 61769DW. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.