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Graduate Job Projects Analyst (Project Management / Operations / Administration)

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Networx Recruitment
Reference: WRXPR8696
Salary: Salary circa £25,000 per annum  

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Projects Analyst (Project Management / Operations / Administration)

Runcorn, Cheshire

Salary circa £25,000 per annum

 

Our client, a pharmaceutical company, has an exciting opportunity for a Projects Analyst to join their busy Operations team and to support the management of several operational projects. Dealing with big tenders and business won by the company, this role will involve analysing and reporting on ongoing operations.

 

The role requires working in a flexible and rapidly developing office environment. Candidates should be willing to travel on company business and be prepared to stay away from home overnight.

 

The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated individual educated to degree level or equivalent with proven experience of working in an office environment. With experience in project management and delivery within set timescales, you will be computer literate in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint. With excellent written and verbal communication skills, you will also be able to demonstrate the ability to create and deliver presentations.

 

networx are not a typical  agency. We manage applications on behalf of our clients. After applying for this role you will be sent an email - it is essential you read this in order to complete your application. Please note, unlike a traditional agency we do not hold a database of candidates so will not contact you about other roles

Location: North West England

Recruiter Details

Rose Mills
Networx Recruitment
01943 467 766

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