Senior Data Analyst (India)

Responsibilities

  • Take ownership of customer data in the CRM and data in a number of other systems, ensuring it is accurate, relevant and structured
  • Develop data queries and dashboards to identify data irregularities and work with the data team to address them
  • Ensuring the links between internal systems are working well
  • Help maintain software integrity, spotting bugs and errors, investigating and reporting them
  • Mentor and support the data entry team

Skills

  • Excellent English, communication and interpersonal skills, the position will require working with different parties and often different interests
  • Exceptional attention to detail, curiosity, ability to go beyond ‘scratching the surface’
  • Quick learner: would need to understanding complex problems and functions of the business and how software relates to these
  • Ability to thrive in a fast paced environment, often with little or no structure and supervision
  • Past experience mentoring and supporting a team
  • Experience building dashboards in Tableau or alternative BI programme
  • Experience building SQL queries, understanding of data structures and databases
  • Confident user of MS Office
  • Desirable but not essential experience with Hubspot or another CRM
  • Desirable but not essential experience with Python (pandas)

Education

  • Educated to a degree level in Data Management, Analytics or alternatively 4-5 years working in data and analytics

Company Information

Integr8 is one of the fastest growing companies in the marine fuel space and provides back to back Bunker Trading services to over 650 customers. Integr8 forms part of the larger group Navig8 which is the worlds largest independent pool and commercial management company with offices based in the UK, US, EMEA and Asia Pac.

ENGINE is revolutionising marine fuel information. Since its launch last year, ENGINE has grown into a market-leading platform for people to access information about marine fuels. The platform is constantly pushing boundaries in a notoriously opaque market. For decades marine fuel buyers have been in the dark, trying to catch up with scattered and transient information from ports around the world. ENGINE brings shipowners together for more transparency in the bunker market.