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Posted: 13 November 2020 12:00:PM
We are looking for a skilled Strategy Analyst to join our Strategy team here at the ATI.
Reporting to the ATI Strategy Manger, this role will be responsible for delivering market, supply chain, economic and programme cost/benefit analysis to support the development of UK aerospace technology strategy and innovation programmes. This will involve developing our proprietary market forecasting model (Matlab), new website tools, supply chain data analytics and competitive analysis.
The role requires structuring of complex information and a sharp focus on delivery. The Strategy Analyst will need to work with the wider ATI team and relevant external stakeholders. There will be many opportunities for growth and getting involved in other aspects of ATI work. We are a small company and so colleagues are expected to support across the business when required.
The candidate will have a strong record of delivering complex data analysis and modelling with Matlab and MS Excel. A keen interest and demonstrable knowledge of the civil aerospace market will be beneficial but not essential. You must be team and delivery focused, keeping outcomes in mind whilst ensuring multiple stakeholders are bought into objectives, inputs, and assumptions. ATI colleagues are self-starters and highly motivated to support our sector. Successful candidates will demonstrate a passion for driving innovation in technology/engineering rich areas.
You will have demonstrated the following characteristics and strengths:
Strong experience in Matlab, MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint is a requirement. We are also seeking great analytical and communications skills. The candidate should be able to write in a variety of formats and forms (e.g. white papers, publications, presentations, etc.) in a clear and compelling manner.
We offer a competitive reward package that will be commensurate with the capabilities of the successful candidate.
The ATI is also committed to professional development through, among others:
Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.
Deadline for applications: 20th November.