Graduate Business Analyst

Durham, Durham, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
GBP 34,000.00 per year
23 May 2021
19 Jun 2021
Job role
Business analyst, CFO
Graduate Business Analyst

Location: Durham

Salary: £24k basic salary, £34k with OTE

A Sunday Times Fast Track 100 company are looking to grow their team with the addition of talented graduates who display great commercial acumen, ambition and drive in order to create new lucrative business relations and profitable deals.

As a Graduate Business Analyst, you will join the front line of this multi-national organisation. This is a unique opportunity to work across all verticals as a knowledge broker, acting as an intermediary: between clients, customers, prospects and experts, connecting potential clients and customers with the blue chip organisation you'll be working within!

Training is a vital part of being in this team and there is a comprehensive training programme for every graduate. Mentoring is a continued theme throughout your career in this organisation and as you become more competent your responsibilities develop. Opening up opportunities for candidates to help grow the company's client base and increase revenue across different business areas!

The Package:

  • £24,000 basic salary, £34k with OTE
  • Fantastic progression opportunities
  • Full and comprehensive training and full support of professional development
  • Regular team socials and nights out
  • 25 days paid holiday
  • Pension scheme
What we're looking for:

  • Educated to degree level
  • Full, clean UK driver's licence- you will be travelling to meetings with clients so this is desirable
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and confident presentation skills
  • Driven and ambitious
  • Comfortable dealing with professionals at all levels of seniority
  • Resilient, commercial acuity and a desire to launch a career in sales
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