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Offers “Amazon”

Expires soon Amazon

Trans Ops Analyst

  • Hemel Hempstead ( Hertfordshire )
  • Logistics

Job description


At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright, and driven people. Amazon is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world and we distribute over a billion shipments each year to our loyal customers. The EU Customer Fulfillment Yard Operations team is looking for an enthusiastic, customer obsessed Business Analyst to help manage projects, implement and improve metrics, improve yard performance, utilization and throughput and ensure that packages move efficiently through EU fulfillment centers to customers.
To be successful in this role, you need a passion for making data driven decisions which will have direct impact on the customer experience. Some keys to your success are the ability to be an effective communicator to various audiences. The ability to remain flexible and adept to learning new tools and systems is instrumental your role on the team. Our environment is deadline driven, fast paced and requires you to be detail-oriented and comfortable interacting or working with multiple teams (business and technical).

Ideal candidate profile


Completed Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Data Science or Statistics from an accredited University
3+ years of work experience with business analysis, finance, research, supply chain analysis, or strategic development
Outstanding attention to detail
Exceptional problem solving & analytical skills
Results driven, with proven record of successful implementations
Advanced proficiency in Excel (pivot tables and charts) and VBA Automation
Proficiency in MySQL, SQL and Access databases