EDI Support Analyst

A well established, global business are looking for a 1st Line Support Analyst to look after their EDI system.

Working in a small team you will provide a first point of contact for any issues raised and will also carry out reporting for the business.

This role is a great junior or entry level role and would suit someone eager to learn, analytical in their approach and someone with good attention to detail.

You will work to improve process and efficiencies and will work with multiple stakeholders.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing business with career progression opportunities.

 

Salary:
£30000
Type:
Permanent
Location:
London - North
Sector:
IT Support
Ref:
19483
Contact Name:
Amy Lawrie

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