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Supply Chain Business Analyst - S/4Hana

Salary:

£60,000 - £70,000 per annum + 15% bonus

Location:

London

Industry

Media & Communications

Qualification

None specified

Market

Commerce & Industry

Salary

£70,000 - £80,000

Job Discipline

Business Analysis

Contract Type:

Permanent

Description

Business Analyst role to sit within the Supply Chain function working on an SAP S/4 Hana implementation programme.

Reference

BBBH180462

Expiry Date

01/01/01

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Senior Business Analyst - Energy Trading

Salary:

£70,000 - £80,000 per annum

Location:

London

Industry

Energy, Resources and Industrial

Qualification

None specified

Market

Commerce & Industry

Salary

£80,000 - £100,000

Job Discipline

Business Analysis

Contract Type:

Permanent

Description

Leading Energy Trader seeking to hire a Senior Business Analyst to join their Central London team. Candidates must have knowledge of energy trading, with ETRM exp as a major bonus.

Reference

BBBH180675

Expiry Date

01/01/01

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Driving organisational success: Explore careers in Change and Transformation
Driving organisational success: Explore careers in Change and Transformation

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Change & Transformation

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General

18/01/24

Summary

What is Change and Transformation?  Change and Transformation refer to the processes implemented by a business to enforce improvements that will contribute to achieving wider business objectives.

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Find a career in Change and Transformation that suits you.

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Business Intelligence or analytics? Bridging the gap…
Business Intelligence or analytics? Bridging the gap…

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Technology

Content Type

General

22/01/19

Summary

Data is arguably one of the most critical elements of an organisation – how can we drive a business forward by effectively understanding our customers and our clients without data insights, analysis a

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Data is arguably one of the most critical elements of an organisation – how can we drive a business forward by effectively understanding our customers and our clients without data insights, analysis and management?

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