Junior Business Analyst (Business Systems)

  • Location

    Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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    Up to £0.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    John Anakwenze

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  • Published:

    3 months ago

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Fantastic opportunity open for a Junior Business Analyst to work as part of a Business Systems team for a Global reputable Engineering company based in Cheltenham. Competitive rates on offer as well as opportunity to develop skills and receive both in-house and external training from the client.

Role purpose:

You will help to provide system support of the clients business systems.

Key experience:

  • 2 Years of related Business Systems Experience(ideally with ERP and Intranet knowledge)
  • Programming language (ideally SQL and Dot Net)
  • Experience of Relational databases (Microsoft SQL and Oracle preferred) including SQL Programming Database Report writing Visual Studio /Dot Net Programming
  • Experience in the design, development and implementation of software solutions.


  • Support of the ERP, Intranet, PLM and BI systems under guidance of Senior Business System team members
  • Enhance Business System applications using built in configuration tools and minor scripting (SQL, Dot Net) as required
  • Ensure and maintain data integrity, evaluate information gathered from multiple sources and reconcile conflicts
  • Proactively collaborate and communicate with system users to identify improvements by studying current practices and designing modifications
  • Work with system users to define report requirements; deliver reports using the most appropriate technology
  • Maintain system protocols by writing and updating procedures
  • Provide reference information for users by writing and maintaining user documentation and training the users
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, and reviewing professional publications
  • Additional Business Systems tasks as required by the department workload.