Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Inc. Business Insights Analyst in New Zealand

Numbers, Numbers, Numbers - that's your forte!

Our Quality team is dedicated to improving patient care and outcomes by helping maintain and support an effective quality management system. We thrive on identifying opportunities and promoting continuous improvement in our products and processes. If you like solving problems, learning new things and aren't afraid of researching the unknown…this could be the role for you!

In this position you are responsible for raising awareness, identifying emerging trends and providing feedback for product improvement. Your analytical and reporting skills will be well utilised as you gather and interpret requirements to develop reports that support processes across the business. It's key that you have an ability to highlight opportunities for improvement and turn data into clear and concise information for your customers.

You are Tertiary qualified in an Engineering, Science or Business related discipline with at least 3 years' relevant experience. This experience will give you the ability to manage tight deadlines, be self-driven and showcase your proactive approach. Not only do you have strong communication skills, you are an analytical thinker with strong statistical analysis expertise. It is important that you have advanced Excel skills including VBA, and basic SQL query writing skills. Previous experience with R would be valued. Experience with Crystal and/or SAP reporting tools is an advantage

Fisher and Paykel Healthcare is a world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of medical devices and export to over 120 countries globally. We are a growing business with a focus on our people. Our company recognises innovation is a key ingredient to sustained growth and profitability, this means that exciting things are happening here!

Bring your bright ideas and 'out of the box' thinking!


Reference #: 45518

Posted on: 02 Mar 2018

Location(s): New Zealand

Expertise: Analyst

Job level(s): Indirect