Graduate Performance Analyst

Job Locations UK-London
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Accountancy & Finance


Have you considered a career in the fast-moving insurance industry? Are you an Excel expert eager to demonstrate your skills?


Our Graduate Performance Analysts are fundamental to ensuring accurate and timely provision of data and analysis to the business. They primarily provide their support to the Underwriting and Finance communities and regularly liaise with Underwriters, Product Managers, and operational support staff. They make use of the tools and technology available in TM1 and Power BI and knowledge of VBA to automate many of the manual activities the team are tasked with. 


We are currently trailing different patterns of home and office working to determine to optimum working arrangements for the future. During the trial period the classification of this role is Office Primary. Typically, this has entailed three days in the office and two days working from home per week.


What you’ll be doing:

  • Gathering requirements to design and build MI reports to support the business
  • Coordinating and collating responses from the business in support of commentary information and findings for report delivery
  • Identifying key trends in areas of opportunity and highlighting to Business Partners
  • Developing effective reporting, analytics tools, and associated data sets in support of commentary and insight
  • Troubleshooting and identifying action improvements in respect of report generation and distribution
  • Supporting the development of effective analytics tools and associated datasets
  • Assisting the Finance Business Partners and Financial Planning & Analytics teams in the production and delivery of recurring senior management and Executive reporting together with specific detailed business area reports


We’d like for you to get in touch if you have:

  • Programming skills
  • Degree with a significant statistical/quantitative elements (for example Computer Science, Mathematical, Physics, Biology)
  • Scripting skills (eg VBA) and knowledge of MS Excel
  • Understanding of good design principles and good coding practices
  • An interest/understanding of the insurance market
  • Experience using SQL, including complex queries from multiple data sources
  • Experience using statistical software such as Python or R to manage and/or analyse data
  • Proficiency in statistics such as distributions, predictive modelling, data validation, statistical testing, and regression would be an advantage
  • Openness to learning new technologies and programming languages


It would be great if you have previous experience of using TM1 or Power BI, but this isn't essential, and training will be provided. 


What you’ll get in return:

  • 25 days holiday
  • Discretionary bonus scheme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Annual holiday buy (up to 3 extra days)
  • Salary sacrifice benefits
  • Annual benefits reviews
  • Professional qualifications and study support



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