Careers - Product Analyst

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Vacancy: Product Analyst

Role: F/T permanent 

Hours: 37.5 per week – Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm 

Salary: Competitive

 

Summary of role:  

Are you a Chemistry graduate who has come to the realisation that a lab-based job may not be the best fit for you? Do you hope to find an alternative role in the industry which will allow you to use and build on the knowledge and skills gained during your degree studies?

As a Product Analyst at Apollo Scientific, you’ll be part of a team offering day-to-day support to colleagues across the company, as well as working on data analysis and content creation projects aligned with the company’s ambitious goals.

On a given day, you could be researching industry trends to identify new chemical/biochemical products to offer or creating content for Apollo’s website and marketing materials. Or you might be analysing sales figures to assist with business strategy decisions or helping a colleague with a technical problem. You’ll also be responsible for populating and maintaining the chemical database which feeds into our website and SAP system.

The ideal candidate will be equally comfortable with writing scientific text and analysing numerical/scientific data, as well as having strong problem-solving and time management skills. Curiosity, attention to detail and a drive to continuously develop and find better ways of doing things are highly desirable attributes for this role (it goes without saying that you should also have a Chemistry or Life Sciences degree and be able to work alone and as part of a team!)

Key Tasks:

  • Populating and maintaining the content of the chemical database; ensuring quality and consistency of data
  • Analysing data to identify sales patterns and provide information to assist with business decisions.
  • Creating written content for the company website and other marketing/promotional materials
  • Reviewing catalogue pricing to ensure optimal positioning in the market.
  • Identifying the hazard classification of products
  • Providing additional day-to-day support to colleagues across the company (Sales/Purchasing/Production & Research/Marketing and other departments)

 

Skills/Competencies Required:

  • Chemistry or Life Sciences degree
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft 365
  • Able to prioritise workload and manage time effectively.
  • Good attention to detail, with care & attention paid to quality of work.
  • Results oriented: able to achieve results through meeting or exceeding targets and goals.

 

Benefits offered:

  • Investment of Training & personal development
  • Salary – Highly competitive
  • Hours- 37½ hours per week, Monday to Friday (9am till 5pm with ½hour lunch
  • Pension- Group personal pension (company contribution of 7.5%, employees 5%).
  • Holidays- 24 days per year plus bank holidays (increases in line with length of service).
  • Team / social events / charity events
  • On Site Gym and games room
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • On site free parking

How to apply: –

  • All candidates must complete the downloadable application form and submit to be considered.
  • The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK by the start of the employment.

 

Please note applications and enquiries from agencies will not be considered.

 

Applications close on 28th March 2024 but may close earlier if a sufficient number of applications are received.

To apply please follow the link – Application form