Experience working as an analyst in the corporate planning department of a the company, analyzing various management indicators, proposing improvements based on the results of data analysis, and implementing the improvements.
An Analyst primarily handles data operations and generates reports from data interpretation.
They share the results of the analysis with management, who use it to make strategic changes and improvements in the company.
Analysts often check trends and patterns to determine the direction the business needs to take to maximize profits or run efficiently.
They may also contribute to designing technical solutions for IT and business systems.Responsibilities
- Gathering and analyzing data
- Interpreting gathered data
- Submitting reports to the relevant department heads and management
- Finding patterns and trends in the analyzed data
- Helping the management and other teams draw business goals and needs
- Establishing new data gathering and analysis techniques within the organization
- Formulating procedural manuals for all departments
- Bilingual in English and Japanese
- Basic financial knowledge is a must.
- Excel : Expert - Advanced level
- At least four years' experience as an Analyst in an established organization
- 5+ years' experience in data mining
- Leadership skills with proven experience managing a small team
- Strong analytical skills
- Proficiency in mathematics with the skill to translate complex mathematical information into understandable reports
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Report writing and presentation skills
- Industry research (analysis of supply and demand, price trends, etc. in the industry and related industries)
- Competitiveness analysis with other companies in the same industry (pro-con analysis of differences in production scale and productivity, differences in sales routes and sales capabilities, organizational characteristics, etc.)
- Preparation of medium-term performance plans based on the above two factors.
- Knowledge of financial analysis. Practical accounting journal entries are not required, but the ability to read financial statements is essential. For example, consolidated financial statements, tax effect accounting, etc.