Are you an analytical and logical thinker? Would you like to be a part of a team that works to analyze and solve compliance issues with RBC’s external suppliers? Does working with large datasets to identify trends and strategy opportunities sound like something you would enjoy?
Here is what you will do:
- Use internal systems to extract report data relating to RBC’s external supplier activities (total spend, compliance, budget etc)
- Decipher, analyze and create reports on the data using Microsoft Excel
- Identify trends within the data to determine appropriate supplier strategy opportunities and identify problematic areas related to compliance
- Communicate with RBC to follow up and resolve compliance issues, including invoice payments work starting without a contract, furlough, and third-party risk
- When comfortable in the role, have the opportunity to identify and recommend process improvements
In performing this role, you will:
- Be working towards a university degree or college diploma in Business, Commerce, Finance, Data Science, or a similar discipline
- Apply a strong attention to detail to ensure accuracy in all activities
- Use your intermediate to advanced Microsoft Excel skills to capture, analyze and summarize data
- Be a focused individual with a willingness to learn and contribute to process improvement
Nice to have:
- Experience with Tableau or other visualization tools
- Skills in VBA, R or Python to help automate data analysis and reporting processes
Please note: This is a full-time 4-month co-op/internship program ONLY available to students who identify with autism or another similar neurodiversity. The planned start date is May 4, 2020.
|Supplier Delivery Analyst||RBC||Toronto||February 28th, 2020||Closed|
The Recruitment Process
The first step in the recruitment process is to register at Specialisterne’s student registration page. This will involve completing an online registration questionnaire. Instructions for registering are included below.
Employment Discovery Workshop
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