Data Reporting Analyst Apprentice

West Midlands

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Employer description: 

Intralox is the leading conveyance solutions provider helping move the world’s most critical products. 

Our extensive portfolio of technologies and services enhances food safety, powers e-commerce, and solves challenges for industries ranging from food processing to industrial manufacturing to logistics and material handling. 

Intralox has headquarters, locations, and global assembly centres strategically positioned around the world, which enables them to serve each region accurately and on time. 


Intralox are a global organisation who service some of the world’s biggest brands. 

We are now looking for a Data Analyst Apprentice to join them. 

Reporting into the UK Plant Manager, the apprentice will proactively support the Operations department in both the UK and Amsterdam with timely analysis.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join them and become an ambassador for data at the forefront of their digital transformation.

Responsibilities for Reporting Analyst: (Job Indicants)

  • Design business analysis and data recording systems for use throughout the departments
  • Maintain databases and perform updates as necessary to ensure accuracy
  • Generate daily, weekly, monthly Operations reports and publish them where required.
  • Support the publication of monthly global reporting and Europe Operations.
  • Regularly examine data reports to locate and resolve mistakes throughout
  • Accurately analyse and collect data for various types of business reports
  • Create business reports that provide insight into key data points
  • Communicate the results of data analysis in written and verbal form to managers
  • Support various departments, including Operations and HR, in reaching their goals through analysis
  • Monitor data to identify changes in financial and business trends
  • Help catalogue, categorize, standardize and maintain definitions for various operations analysis generated from company systems.
  • Manage the company time keeping system to record, manage exceptions, report and provide input to Human Resources for employee hours across Europe.
  • Track lateness, sickness, and all other time-related analysis.
  • Follow the Laitram Business Philosophy and support continuous improvement

What we are looking for:

Desired skills and qualities:

  • Analytical skills that allow for the development of data-driven reports
  • Demonstrated ability to manage time and prioritize projects to meet deadlines
  • Ability to use Microsoft Excel to create pivot tables, graphs and charts
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to effectively relate data to co-workers
  • Excellent critical thinking skills to help solve business problems and make decisions
  • Tendency to pay close attention to small details that could impact results
  • General knowledge of business operations, objectives, strategies, process and information flow
  • Teamwork - Encourages cooperation with employees of other departments. Makes a sincere effort to help others succeed. Is open minded and flexible in dealing with others. Is viewed as a team player by other colleagues.

Also: [you need:]

  • To have a driving license – as you may need to travel to Europe to our EMEA HQ in Amsterdam 

Entry requirements:

Standard entry:

  • Level 3 qualification (apprenticeship/A-levels/BTEC, etc)
  • OR equivalent work experience (typically two years in a relevant role)


  • 5 GCSE's, including English and Maths at Grade 4 (C) or above
  • Experience with using Excel and Microsoft products (or similar)

Please see the programme guide for full entry requirements.

Future prospects: 

92% of QA Apprentices secure permanent employment after finishing their apprenticeship. Additionally, there may be opportunities to undertake further apprenticeship training as many of our programs offer on-going development tracks. 

Important Information: 

QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.

To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.