We are seeking a motivated and meticulous Entry Level/Junior Business Systems Analyst to join our dynamic team. The ideal candidate will assist in analyzing business processes, gathering requirements, and aiding in the development and implementation of effective solutions to enhance our operational systems. This role presents an excellent opportunity for an individual with a passion for technology, a keen analytical mind, and a desire to contribute to the optimization of business processes.
This is a hybrid working role and the suitable candidate will work a minimum of two days per week from our offices in Central Cambridge.
Achieving universal broadband equity and meeting net zero carbon emissions are two of the biggest social and environmental challenges that the IQGeo team is tackling. To achieve this, more than 500 innovative telecommunications and utility companies around the world are “building better networks” using our award-winning geospatial software to deploy the fibre optic and distributed energy networks of the future. We play a vital role in helping utilities plan, design, construct and maintain the complex network assets essential to the success of our businesses and well-being of our communities. As a carbon neutral software company, we invite creative and talented people to join us in our mission to transform communication and utility networks for the long-term sustainability of our shared planet. Learn more about our customer stories.
Whilst experience would be beneficial, highlighting relevant experiences, transferable skills, and a powerful desire to learn and contribute can make a candidate competitive for the entry-level position.
This role is ideally based out of our UK offices in Cambridge. We do support hybrid and flexible working arrangements for all employees. We understand that life for many people involves school runs, care giving, or exercising!
Unfortunately, we are unable to sponsor work permits for this position and suitable applicants must already possess the right to work in the UK.