Salary SCP31-34 (£36,867 – £39,739)

Trainee Data Analyst

As one of Scotland’s largest construction companies, with a turnover of circa £200m, City Building provides a range of repairs and maintenance, construction, manufacturing, and refurbishment activities across the public, private, and third sectors.

At City Building, people are at the heart of everything we do. Our people have made our award-winning business the success it is today and as it continues to grow; we want them to be the best they can be and to reach their potential.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Trainee Data Analyst, within our Performance and Innovation Team.

As a Trainee Data Analyst, you will assist the Data Analyst in the extracting and presentation of meaningful data to support informed decision-making. You will assist in collecting, analysing, and visualising data to uncover trends, patterns, and intelligence. As a key member of the Performance and Innovation Team, this technical role will work to ensure that all business areas have access to actionable business intelligence and performance reporting that underpins improvement, activity, and decision-making while ensuring it is managed and utilised in a way that meets best-practice industry standards for data control, governance, and use.

Working within the Performance and Innovation Team, reporting to the Data and Performance Analyst you will develop, and create analytics/reports and/or processes relating to the requirements that meet business needs and requirements. Key roles are:

Data Handling

• Collect and aggregate data from various sources and pre-processing ensuring accuracy, completeness, and readiness for analysis.
• Ensure data sets are authenticated, evaluated, and used to provide accurate and timely information.
• Produce clear and informative data visualisations, including charts, graphs, and dashboards to satisfy reporting requirements.
• Investigate predictive models and time-series analyses to make data-driven forecasts.

Monitoring and Reporting

• Assist in the preparation of data insights for non-technical stakeholders in a compelling and understandable manner.
• Generate reports and summaries of data analysis, highlighting key findings and recommendations for decision-makers.
• Identify gaps in knowledge and work with others to fill information gaps.
• Ensure regular monitoring, analysis, and audit of our performance indicators.
• From time to time, you may need to work with representatives from partner organisations.

Please read the job description for further details.

This position is fixed term for 2 years with the potential to be extended.

If you feel you have the necessary skills or experience to undertake this role then please forward your CV along with a supporting statement to our HR Section, 350 Darnick Street, Glasgow G21 4BA, or email by close of business on Tuesday, 7 May 2024.

Job Profile – Trainee Data Analyst

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