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Market Analyst (Offshore Wind)

Market Analyst (Offshore Wind)

Location: Lowestoft, Suffolk

Salary: £25k - £30k + Career Progression + Bonus + Healthcare

Job Type: 5 days per week (37.5 hours)

The Client:

Our client is a worldwide marine consultancy leader, offering advisory and membership intelligence services.

They provide extensive market insights using proprietary tools and a dedicated team of experts.

The Role:

As a Market Analyst, you will work within a defined sector and will be responsible for providing clients with project updates, forecasts and market reports.

You will also be responsible for supporting teams with key insights, research and analysis.


* Research and analysis within your key sector or technological focus.

* Producing quarterly reports and webinars.

* Numerical analysis and forecasting.

* Data entry and quality control.

* Attend industry events with the opportunity to travel.


* Previous experience in a data analyst or market analyst role.

* Knowledge of SQL

* Strong analytical and data-driven mindset.

* Excellent communication and collaboration skills.

* Keen interest in renewable energy.


* Pension plan

* Life insurance

* Attractive bonus scheme

* Health and dental care plans

Apply now and seize this exciting opportunity.

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