Engineering Data Analyst On behalf of our client in the natural gas sector, Procom is seeking an experienced Engineering Data Analyst for a 12 month initial contract.
Engineering Data Analyst Responsibilities
- Prepares reports for internal/external customers regarding resource allocation, utilization, trends and forecasts.
- Develops, maintains and communicates results of Balanced Scorecards used for improving performance of various functional areas.
- Coordinates participation in AGA (American Gas Association), CGA (Canadian Gas Association) and other external benchmarking studies and analyses/ communicates results.
- Provides ad hoc and project performance measurement support for functional areas.
- Other duties as assigned.
Engineering Data Analyst Mandatory Skills
- University degree in engineering, business, mathematics or related field.
- Minimum 1-3 years’ experience within an analytical, decision support or industrial engineering environment.
- Demonstrated proficiency in utilizing Microsoft Office tools to analyze large datasets by developing complex spreadsheets and databases; SQL would be an asset.
- Knowledge of outcome measurement and proven ability in using statistical approaches to data analysis.
- Proven accuracy and reliability in all levels of work, as well as attention to detail.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to work independently or in a team.
- Experience with and committed to meeting tight deadlines.
Engineering Data Analyst Nice To Have Skills
- MBA or P. Eng designation would be an asset.
- Previous experience in the natural gas/energy industry an asset.
- Technical skills using Structured Query Language (SQL) and Microsoft Visual Studios (SSRS).
Engineering Data Analyst Start Date
Engineering Data Analyst Assignment Length
12 month initial contract
For 35 years, Procom has been pushing the envelope in North American IT staffing solutions. Driven by a senior management team of seasoned recruitment professionals, we have offices in 14 locations in the US and Canada and service all major IT markets.
When we started out in 1978, tech jobs were just being integrated into the workplace. We have been a part of shaping the landscape of IT in Canada ever since, placing IT consultants in major businesses in all sectors, including banking, telecommunications, and retail.
Through all the peaks and valleys of the IT industry, we have consistently done one thing: helping IT professionals discover the next chapter in their career.