Location: Office based in York (essential) and some remote days

Vacancy Type: Headcount/ Permanent

Salary: Competitive

A great opportunity to join a dynamic, fast paced global pharmaceutical and life sciences auditing firm headquartered in the UK to collaborate with clients from leading global pharmaceutical companies. We are looking for a highly analytical and results-driven graduate to join us in the business analysis team. The role will help you to develop a solid understanding of the pharmaceutical industry, strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, and to gain a unique insight into best practices across the industry.

As a member of the analysis team you will have great visibility and exposure to senior directors in the company and the opportunity to take on a high level of responsibility early-on in your career. You will be supported by an experienced analyst team through your development and training and be expected to collaborate and offer new insight within a close-knit team environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Managing multiple client projects and their timelines to meet both internal and client’s deadlines
  • Building and maintaining MS Excel databases from source data
  • Analyzing client data using quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate key performance
  • indicators
  • Collaborating with Project Directors and Project Managers to interpret data and formulate action plans and recommendations for clients
  • Produce high quality presentations and other deliverables for clients using PowerPoint
  • Supporting members in the analysis team to meet client deadlines and drive development and
  • efficiencies within the team both locally and on international projects

Key Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate must have an Economics or Science based degree in subjects with numerical
  • emphasis (such as Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Engineering etc.)
  • A few years of experience in a similar analysis job within the Pharmaceutical industry is preferable
  • Strong communication and project management skills to handle multiple projects with different
  • stakeholders
  • Advanced Level experience in using Excel and PowerPoint
  • Proactive individual with drive and ambition, a strong work ethic to grow in a dynamic environment
  • with good opportunities to help develop and further the business as a whole

 

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