Vixxo is seeking a full-time, Senior Analyst to be based in Scottsdale, Arizona


As a member of the  Analytics Team, the Senior  Analyst  gathers, interprets, and presents operational and financial data to internal stakeholders and one or more Customers, working closely with the Account Executive(s) and Account team(s) to ensure all reporting is accurate, professional, and provides ongoing value. Close collaboration with the Analytics group allows for the sharing of best practices and proactive value generation. The Senior Analyst provides ongoing profitability analytics, and timely, accurate information in order to support overall corporate and client objectives. 


  • Strategic Partner, you inspire confidence through your professionalism, organizational skills and consultative approach and you have extensive experience turning data in to actionable insights
  • An Excellent Communicator, who is able to explain technical concepts clearly and effectively to technical and non-technical individuals
  • An Innovative Problem Solver: you take the time to dig deep to identify the problems below the surface and delight in finding new ways to use data to find cost-saving for customers. You have a drive for change
  • An Analytical Thinker: You may not be an expert in python or all yourself a data scientist, but you love data and don’t mind spending a whole day gleaning insights from excel spreadsheet


  • Gather, analyze, interpret, and summarize data in preparation of statistical and analytical report
  • Develop predictions based on historical trends of data captured
  • Proactively identifies opportunities for savings and efficiencies within the Clients’ facilities management process
  • Develop client and internal forecasts, accruals, budgets, and projections in conjunction with the account team
  • Independently develops recommendations for internal financial or process improvements


  • B.S. in Business, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Math/Statistics or Information Technology
  • 7+ years of experience collecting, interpreting and presenting actionable insights on operational and financial data to assist customers in making business decisions
  • Ability to gather and analyze statistical data and generate reports
  • Ability to design and implement systems necessary to collect maintain, analyze, and optimize data
  • Expert skills in MS Excel, MS Access, and MS PowerPoint
  • Experience with Python or R
  • Experience developing complex queries to retrieve data from multi-object, relational databases to find trends and anomalies
  • Familiarity with budgets, and forecasts

​To apply, TEXT Vixxo to 25000 and our virtual assistant Olivia will get you connected with our talent team today.

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