Insight Executive Analyst

  • Full Time
  • Chertsey
  • £28,000 - £51,000 USD / Year
  • Salary: £28,000 - £51,000

Our wonderful client based in Chertsey are looking for an Insight Executive Analyst to join their team. This role would be responsible for managing day to day operations, creating and developing research materials and resolving project related issues. If you have experience in customer data and statistical analysis, excellent communication skills and ability to work analytically in problem-solving then this role would be for you.

The role of Insight Executive Analyst involves:
Manage day to day operations
Responsible for scripting questionnaires
Create and develop research materials
Liasing with internal teams
Monitoring progress
Liasing with customers and providing support
Resolving project related issues
Managing and distributing reports
Design and carry out surveys and analyse data
Provide user training

The ideal Insight Executive Analyst will:
3+ years of experience in SaaS survey platform experience technology
Experience customer data and statistical analysis
Bachelor of Science in computer or equivalent
Experience in Analytics
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work analytically in problem-solving
Strong verbal and written communication skills in Korean

Please apply for more information on this great opportunity. In return our client offers hybrid working and great benefits.

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Adele has worked in the recruitment industry for pretty much her entire life! She started out with a major plc where she rapidly moved through the ranks to become the youngest area manager on record. Following this she ran a 60 branch independent network before taking the plunge in 1994 and starting her own business. By her own admission this was probably one of the scariest things that she has ever done (and she has had 5 kids and had jumped out of an aeroplane at 12,000 feet!).

“After years of managing other people, getting back to the sharp end dealing with employers and candidates at first was terrifying – would I be able to do what I had spent years training others to do? I needn’t have worried, my view that recruitment is not rocket science was reinforced and it was evident that so many people were getting it wrong. By simple caring more and trying harder to get people what they want, my business was a runaway success”