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Advisor - Analyst

Wellington

  • Initial three month temping assignment
  • Primary sector experience desirable
  • Bring your advanced MS Excel skills to the fore and excel in this role
Our Government client is looking for candidates with advanced Excel and data analysis skills with an ability to quantify and report from large data sets.  You must have a science qualification preferably with experience within the farming, agriculture, epidemiology, veterinary or microbiology sectors.
 
To be successful in this role, you must have:
 
• Higher education in biological sciences, animal health, veterinary medicine or technology, animal health BSc or similar
• Understanding of cattle farming sector – beef and dairy (this is not essential) but very desirable
• Demonstrated ability to extract and analyse complex data sets
• Gathering, organising and communicating information
• Database management
• High level written and oral communication
• High level attention to detail

 
These are entry level analytical roles, where you will be working with data of varying complexity. You will need to have the ability to interpret large data sets, and understand the outcomes required.    You will need to have a high sense of quality control and understand the complexity and urgency of the programme.
 
This is a temporary role, starting ASAP for three months.
 
Apply now with your CV in a WORD format, or if you are already registered with us, no need to apply just drop us a line with an update on your availability.
 
To be considered for this temporary assignment hold a valid work visa (ideally with a minimum of 12 months left on the expiry date), or be a NZ Citizen or Resident.
 
Call Sharon to find out more on 04 917 7307.
Reference Number: SPK65934CM

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