Business Analyst

Business Analyst.

Business Analyst

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Permanent

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Other

My client aspires to build the most reliable and transparent news platform, scaling worldwide and rivalling corporate organisations including Google and Apple.

They're looking for a Business Analyst to join their rapidly growing team and play a pivotal role to achieve their mission.

The founding team have proven success building start-ups companies, having built an eLearning platform which was acquired for €20M.

As a Business Analyst, you will:

* Work closely with the CEO to strategically align the business model, competition, and market

* Independently prepare market analysis, specifically related to trends and competition; furthermore, establishing recommendations for action

* Prepare reports and presentations, as well as follow-ups of corresponding meetings

The ideal candidate will have:

* Knowledge in how to prepare business plans and design business strategies as well as quantitative and economic modelling

* High level of initiative, technical understanding, and motivation to achieve business goals

* A goal-oriented structured approach and a willingness to take responsibility

If you're interested or know anyone who'd be motivated by this unique opportunity to challenge the tech-giants, get in touch via LinkedIn or email: harry.ince@darwinrecruitment.com

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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