Role: Junior MI Analyst
Location: Accrington, Lancashire (May consider remote working)
Hours: Full time (Mon- Fri)
Job Type: Full-time
Contract: Temporary, 3 months fixed term
Salary: £20,000 – £22,000 pro rata (dependent on experience)
We are on a mission to transform the way that low-income households access affordable financial products. Our people are the ones who make that possible. You would be joining a team of committed and talented individuals delivering a customer first experience in community finance.
We are looking for individuals who are excited about supporting our Management Information & Reporting to enhance customer journeys while improving our efficiency, as everything we do at Moneyline puts our Customer First.
The Junior MI Analyst role involves producing daily, weekly, monthly and ad hoc reports to provide the Management team with an accurate overview of business performance.
With your analytical thinking, you will be supporting the work of the business by providing accurate and insightful management information reports. You will play a key role in providing quality information that will drive future decision making for the business. Within the role you will identify opportunities for smarter ways of working whilst driving productivity and customer service improvements with the information you provide.
We are interested in someone who enjoys working within a fast-paced team and has a real interest in producing management information to tell a story.
You will be responsible for ensuring the management information meets the needs of the business and have the ability to explain complex information in a Simple, Helpful & Clear way!
If this sounds like a role you’re interested in, all you need to do to start your application is submit an up to date CV with your relevant experience by Monday 28th June.
Closing date for applications: Monday 28th June 2021
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