We are looking for a
Senior Business Intelligence Researcher
for a fixed-term 1 year contract.
The Business Intelligence function within GHP is part of the Sales Support team and fulfills a pivotal role in managing, sourcing, production and reporting of research information that helps the company to achieve it’s goals. Key tasks of the business intelligence function include foreign investment tracking, identifying and researching relevant international market and industry trends, producing profiles and analysis on innovation-driven foreign and local companies, and benchmarking Helsinki and Finland against competitor locations.
The main tasks of the senior business intelligence researcher include
- Support of sales and marketing and communications activities by providing business intelligence based on the needs and direct requests of the teams
- Developing GHP’s business intelligence processes and tools
- Planning GHP’s business intelligence strategy and future operations
The role requires the following skills and competencies:
- A relevant degree in one of the following subjects: business studies, economics, economic development, economic geography, marketing, market research.
- Relevant work experience, minimum of 5 years, preferably from an international environment.
- Data analysis & interpretation skills; skills in international desk research, familiarity with business and official statistics, familiarity with market research and statistical analysis.
- IT literacy – competence in MAC environment, MS Office suite (esp. Excel and PowerPoint), market research software and SPSS knowledge are both advantageous but not essential.
- A high level of proficiency in spoken and written English. Knowledge of other European languages, Russian and Chinese are not essential but are advantageous.
How to apply?
Please send your application and CV including your salary request, all in one document, by Monday 13 October to jenny.antonen(a)helsinkibusinesshub.fi.
For more information, please contact Jenny Antonen, marketing and communications director, +358 45 273 9612, or Marja-Liisa Niinikoski, CEO, +358 40 538 4541, on Wednesday 1 October or Monday 6 October between 14:00-16:00.