Logistics Data Analyst at International Nuclear Services, North West, 6 Months, £Contract Rate

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  • Remote (Manchester, UK)
  • May 14, 2024
6 Months or more

Contract Description



Logistics Data Analyst - Inside IR35

Contract Term: 6 months

Contracting Authority: International Nuclear Services

Location: Hybrid – Warrington, Manchester, Cumbria.


Do you love data and detail, analytical thinking and solving problems?

Can you handle lots of data from different stakeholders in different formats and feel comfortable with making assumptions?

Are you happy working on your own initiative and part of a team?

Do you have an absolute focus on delivery and outcomes?

Are you a good communicator? Able to build relationships across multiple business areas?

Do you have experience in working with demand planning, capacity, forecasting, utilisation, assessing capability and logistics modelling?

We are looking for a Logistics Data Analyst to join our team. You will support a new project which will help to inform the business of the future, bringing logistics information together from individual operating companies to create a single view.


As a Logistics Data Analyst your main responsibilities would be: 

  • Receiving, normalising and shaping information from various sources to create a consolidated view of demand, capacity and utilisation.
  • Working closely with the Logistics Design Lead to help shape and design the outcome and ensure we have the right information at the right time to support informed strategic decisions.
  • Interrogating and interpreting data to provide insights, patterns and recommendations.
  • Creating progress reports for stakeholders on data status.


Skills and Experience:

  • Demonstrable experience of demand forecasting, capacity and capability planning and working with large sets of data.
  • A strong track record of using Power BI, MS Office products (advanced Excel) and databases.
  • The ability to set up a data repository and forecasting models.
  • A great communicator, able to engage and translate between technical and non-technical stakeholders.
  • Experience of working in a Transport or Logistics environment is highly desirable.