We provide the complete commercial debt recovery service; from outsourced early arrears collections through to expert litigation, all handled in-house by a multi-award winning law firm.

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Flint Bishop is one of the leading business-to-business debt recovery law firms in the UK.  We are the recovery partner for many leading UK brands and the firm has won all three major national debt recovery awards for our strategy and results.

Data plays an increasingly important part of our business and as a result of continued growth, we now have an excellent opportunity for a Data Analyst to join our dedicated Data Analysis team. The firm uses an SQL based case management system to manage the recovery of bulk debts and as the basis of internal and external reporting.

This role will cover the full spectrum of data management and analysis, from accurate client reporting to collating performance data and using it to help define and optimise operational strategies.

We are looking for a hands-on individual who is a natural problem solver with proficient data analytical skills and overall data accuracy.  Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, with day-to-day reporting to the Data Analyst Manager, the desired candidate will be keen to join a fast-paced and friendly team to further progress their career in data analytics.

Key responsibilities:

  • Create, develop and maintain client reports using languages such as SQL, Python and R
  • Develop internal visualization tools and reports to enable stakeholders to better understand their portfolios
  • Provide insight on client portfolios and identify trends across the business
  • Recommend changes and enhancements to current strategies
  • Suggest areas of focus and lead projects to help improve performance
  • Engage with both internal and external stakeholders to present findings and provide solutions
  • Work with the Systems Development team to review data extraction and transferal
  • Provide analytical support across the business as and when required
  • Ensure accuracy of data and take ownership of initiatives

You will:

  • Have strong analytical skills, evidenced through previous experience
  • Have experience using analytical software
  • Possess excellent IT skills
  • Be proficient in SQL and Microsoft Excel
  • Have great interpersonal skills and be able to communicate your ideas
  • Be a good problem solver
  • Have strong time management skills, with the ability to juggle multiple projects at once

Desirable:

  • A bachelor’s degree in a numeric subject (Mathematics, Statistics, etc.) or equivalent
  • Working knowledge of Python and/or R
  • Experience working with DPS case management system
  • Experience with legal systems such as Liberate

Disclosure will be required in the event that a position is offered.

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