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Business Analyst (Media & Entertainment Consulting)

Job reference:
£28K - £45K base + bonus, benefits
Job type:
Perm - Consulting
Date posted:
This vacancy has now expired.

My client is an award winning London based Media, Tech & Entertainment - Research & Strategy Boutique Consulting Firm. 

They are looking for a Business Analyst with consulting experience and a passion for and knowledge of  media, technology and advertising sectors. You will work closely with experienced and talented colleagues throughout a diverse range of client projects, from the initial scoping stages through to final delivery. 

Key responsibilities include:

  • Gathering qualitative and quantitative data from multiple sources, and analysing to provide insights into clients’ businesses and the markets they operate in
  • Conducting large scale research and interview programmes
  • Supporting the design and delivery of client workshops
  • Financial modelling of businesses and markets
  • Working within multi-disciplinary teams to produce client briefings, reports and presentations

Experience/ requirements:

  • Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills
  • Have a passion for and understanding of the media and technology sectors
  • Be capable of working effectively and flexibly both in a team and solo in order to deliver projects on-time and on-budget
  • Have the enthusiasm and ability to build strong working relationships with our clients
  • A first class degree (or minimum 2:1) from a top university

How to apply:
If you feel you have the right level of skills and experience for this role, please send your CV to, quoting "BA Media". Successful candidates will be contacted within 3 working days.

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