Graduate MI Analyst

Location - Bristol
Employment Type - Full Time - Permanent
Salary - Competitive Package
Hours Per Week - 37.5

We are looking for an entry-level MI Analyst to work for a fast-growing financial services organisation based in the Cribbs Causeway area of Bristol. The role will focus on building dynamic reports in Qlik Sense, a leading business intelligence software that is used across the company to provide clear, centralised reporting that can be easily interrogated by every employee so that we get the most out of our data.

The successful candidate will learn how to build a Qlik Sense application from the ground up, taking a request from a member of the business and turning it into a report that is used to support the company on a regular basis. This will encompass writing code to extract the data, designing an intuitive dashboard for the user and managing the refresh of data using the Qlik Management Console. We also schedule email reports via Qlik NPrinting, which would be learned in the next stage of this process.

The role will be part of the Management Information team who are responsible for pulling together data from across the organisation into consolidated datasets. We work with all areas of the business and need to know our data inside and out in order to support any requests that come our way. This means not only having the technical knowledge to manage these processes but an ability to explain complex technical issues in a clear manner.


  • First-Class Honours or Upper Second-Class Honours degree in a Mathematics or Computing based subject.
  • Any experience of a visualisation software (Qlik, Tableau, Power BI) or programming software (SQL, SAS) would be an advantage.


  • Logical, analytical mindset
  • A willingness to learn about new technologies
  • Strong communication skills
  • High attention to detail

The job is based in an office in the Cribbs Causeway area of Bristol, close to the M4 and M5 motorways. It is 37.5 hours, run on a flexitime system. The holiday starts at 25 days, with the possibility of an additional 12 flexi days.