Data Analyst

Oil, Gas & Mining - Oil & Gas - Project Management & Services - Secondary School

Working in admin and wanting to move up?

For a lot of people the next step is into office management or HR.

You’re a little different though.

Feel free to contact

Oliver Hague, Account manager

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About this role

Instead of compiling data into reports for others, why not be the person who gets to analyse those reports?

The big oil and chemical companies in Singapore have big projects.

Big projects which generate a LOT of data that needs analysing.

About you

Of all the tasks you do each week, it’s the data work that you really enjoy.

You will have helped to build data sets for reporting, and be very confident using Excel.

If you have a degree that would be great, but it’s not a deal-breaker.

Owing to the employment laws in Singapore we are unable to accept applications from anyone who is not a local national or holding a PR.

What we offer

For a Data Analyst in the Downstream sector, typical salaries will be in the S$ 2,500 – S$ 3,500 range

About us

Brunel works with the biggest and best Mid and Downstream companies across South-East Asia, talk to us today about your next role.

Get in touch with Oliver Hague on to find out more.


  • Vacancy number: PUB182763
  • Market: Oil, Gas & Mining
  • hours per week: 45
  • Branche: Oil & Gas
  • Education level: Secondary School
  • Area of Expertise: Project Management & Services
  • Closing date: Thursday, December 6, 2018
Apply now

Feel free to contact


Oliver Hague

Account manager Brunel Energy UK Manchester

+44 161 885 2156

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