Data Analyst – 6 month FTC – Fulford, York
Persimmon Homes plc has a vacancy for a Data Analyst to join their successful and growing Group Sustainability team on a 6 month fixed term contract basis. There is the possibility of the role becoming permanent. This role will be based in the Headquarters in Fulford, York.
Who are we?
Building around 16,500 beautifully designed new homes a year in more than 350 prime locations nationwide; Persimmon is one of the UK’s leading house-builders, committed to the highest standards of design, construction and service. We believe our quality really differentiates us from the competition. In fact, our reputation is built on quality. We build quickly and efficiently and expect a lot from our office and site teams, however in turn we’ll reward you for your commitment and hard work and recognise your contribution to the business.
As a Data Analyst you will report to the Group Sustainability Manager.
The duties will include:
If this sounds appealing to you we will require:
It is preferred that candidates have a mathematical or sciences degree (or equivalent) or proven experience. It would be a distinct advantage if you have an understanding of corporate sustainability reporting, climate change and environmental sustainability.
What’s in it for you?
The salary will be depending upon your level of experience. The benefits will include a contributory pension and a discretionary bonus. Above all an honest, driven approach which offers the chance to work with some great people in a stable business within a rapidly expanding industry
Persimmon offer flexible working arrangements with the agreement of the Head of Department.
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