Market Analyst Urgently Needed: Salary R20 000 to R35 000 Per Month
Employer: Latitude Resource
An industry leading market research consulting firm that provide professional services including Demographic Feasibility Studies, Site Evaluations, Gap Analysis, Customer Data Analysis, Shopping Centre Research etc is seeking to employ a GIS Market Analyst with experience in Retail & Health sector Feasibility Studies and Town/Development Planning to join their consulting team based in Randburg, Johannesburg. The company consult to sectors that include Retail, Property Management & Development, Healthcare, Education & various other commercial based businesses.
This is an exciting opportunity for a driven & dynamic Market Analysts with experience in the commercial GIS consulting environment, Town Planning, Market Research environment or any other relevant field.
Market research and analysis (Spatial and non-spatial data)
Compilation of research reports & feasibility studies
Presenting results & reports to clients
Client account management
Spatial market research, analysis and reporting
Drafting of feasibility studies
Data collection (Desktop and field work)
Mapping & geo-coding
Spatial and non-spatial data analysis
At least a degree in Geography / GIS / Geo Informatics / Town Planning or similar. Other courses are also acceptable but the candidate must have relevant GIS experience
Min 3 years’ relevant professional work experience is a must
Plus minus 5 to 8 years’ experience preferre
Skills / Abilities required
Solid ESRI GIS analytical experience
Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access)
Strong spatial orientation
Sound mathematical capabilities
Personal Attributes required
Accurate, Analytical, Dedicated, Flexible, “Street-wise”, Team player, Be able to adapt to change, Self-motivator, Like working with people, Good communication skills and presentable.
Johannesburg based candidates will be preferred, but not essential.
Salary – R20k and R35k, depending on qualifications and work experience.
Apply before Tuesday, July 16, 2019 – 61 Days left
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