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Market Analyst

Market Analyst

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    Up to £42,000

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    Emma Carter

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

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  • Liquid error: internal

​Working as part of an expanding team of Market Analysts, you will deal with procurement and evaluation of energy contracts. You will be required to liaise directly with clients, offering views and guidance to help them understand all options and make informed decisions. Managing a portfolio of clients and working alongside a team of client managers, you will need to ensure the accurate delivery and completion of services, fielding day to day queries as and when they arise. The role is primarily office based with an option to work from home part of each week once fully established into the team, but may involve occasional travel to present reports, discuss recommendations and resolve queries

The Role

  • Manage and develop a portfolio of client accounts to build long term profitable relationships

  • Cooperate and work closely with internal teams to manage income generating opportunities and solve problems

  • Know your client portfolio and be able to talk to the management team about the current status of their supply arrangements and income potential

  • Formulate a plan to increase revenue from within your client portfolio

  • Maintain CECIL (our client database) with accurate and up to date information about your portfolio – site lists, site names, client contact details, supply contract ends dates, etc.

  • Manage client expectation and attend meetings to meet the needs of the business and develop your portfolio

  • Provide clients with bespoke reports, benchmarking analysis and ad-hoc tasks to meet the needs of your client portfolio

  • Keep up to date with market activity and ensure that clients are informed of any changes that may impact on their utility expenditure

  • Attend supplier meetings and conferences to meet the needs of the business


The Individual

  • Demonstrate sufficient knowledge of supplier products and have good negotiation skills in order to seek the best commercial opportunities

  • Have the confidence to take on demanding work and stay calm under pressure

  • Be concerned with deadlines and push to ensure completion on time

  • Have a critical thinking approach to dealing with problems, always remaining calm and rational

  • Be able to pick up information quickly and learn new tasks rapidly.

  • A good understanding of the UK Energy Markets and the Industry generallyGood analytical skills