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Energy

Job Title

Shipping Data Analyst

Role

To analyse shipping data to provide insights and recommendations for optimising the company's shipping operations.

Data

Vessel Data, Vessel Tracking, Market Data, Port Data, Cargo Data, Weather Data, Compliance Data

Energy

The energy industry involves the production, distribution, and consumption of various forms of energy, including fossil fuels, nuclear power, renewable energy sources, and electricity. It is a critical component of modern society, providing the power necessary to drive economic growth, transportation, and daily life activities.

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Role
Data

As a Shipping Data Analyst, the primary responsibilities are to analyse shipping data to provide insights and recommendations for optimizing the company's shipping operations.


· Collect and organize shipping data: The first step is to collect and organize shipping data from various sources, such as shipping schedules, cargo volumes, port data, and weather data. This can involve working with the Head of Shipping and other stakeholders within the company to identify relevant data sources and ensure that the data is accurate and complete.


· Clean and pre-process the data: Raw shipping data often contains errors and inconsistencies that can affect the accuracy of the analysis. Shipping Analysts will need to clean and pre-process the data to remove errors and inconsistencies, and ensure that the data is properly formatted and structured.


· Analyse the data: With the data cleaned and pre-processed, analysts can start analysing the data to identify trends, patterns, and anomalies in the company's shipping operations. This can involve using statistical analysis, data visualization, and machine learning algorithms to gain insights into areas such as shipping schedules, cargo volumes, and shipping costs.


· Develop insights and recommendations:Based on the analysis of the shipping data,   Insights and recommendations can be developed for optimizing the company's shipping operations. This can involve identifying areas where the company can reduce costs, improve efficiency, or reduce risk.


· Communicate insights to stakeholders: The next step is to communicate these insights and recommendations to stakeholders within the company. This can involve preparing reports, dashboards, and presentations that summarise your findings and provide actionable recommendations for improving the company's shipping operations.


· Monitor and update the data: As a Shipping Analyst, you will need to continually monitor and update the data to ensure that it remains accurate and up-to-date. This can involve setting up automated processes to collect and update the data, and regularly reviewing and auditing the data to identify any errors or inconsistencies.


· Collaborate with other departments:Shipping operations involve a range of different departments within the company, such as operations, finance, and risk management. As a Shipping Analyst, you will need to collaborate with these departments to ensure that your insights and recommendations are aligned with the company's broader goals and strategies.


· Stay up-to-date with industry trends:Finally, as a Shipping Analyst, you will need to stay up-to-date with industry trends and developments to ensure that the company's shipping operations remain competitive and efficient. This can involve attending industry conferences and events, networking with other professionals in the industry, and staying up-to-date with relevant publications and news sources.

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