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May 192017
 


Our client, a global leader in the provision of sugar market services is seeking to recruit a Business Analyst to be based in Nairobi.

The successful candidate must have at least 2 years’ commercial experience and ability to analyse market trends.

Must be a  holder of an overseas Bachelor’s Degree.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assisting with the business case.
  • Planning and monitoring.
  • Requirements organization.
  • Translating and simplifying requirements.
  • Conduct cost/benefit analysis.
  • Business case development.
  • Modelling techniques and methods.

Qualifications:

  • Must have an Overseas Bachelors’ Degree in I.T/Finance/Business or related field.
  • Must have at least 2 years’ commercial experience.
  • Must have the ability to analyse market trends.
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and results oriented.
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Excellent written and spoken English.

Monthly Gross Salary:  Ksh 400,000 (Approximately $ 4,000 USD)

Deadline:  20th June 2017

Applications:

To apply, please follow the link: http://bit.ly/2rtXpR8

We endeavour to make contact with all of our applicants, but unfortunately high volumes of applications make this unrealistic. If you do not hear from us within two weeks your application has not been successful on this occasion.

This does not mean you will not be considered for future roles so please keep an eye on our job board and apply for positions that match your skills and experience.

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