This role is part of our Kickstart programme which is an opportunity for young people aged 16-24, claiming Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment.
BIMA uses innovative mobile technology to bring life insurance and health services to uninsured people across Asia and Africa. The company was launched in 2010 as a small-scale pilot in Ghana and now operates in 9 countries with over 40 million customers registered so far, 3,000 employees and backing from Kinnevik, Allianz X and some of the world’s leading mobile network operators.
Joining BIMA provides an opportunity for you to influence the strategy of a global, socially impactful and fast-growing business. We are a vibrant company where new ideas and opinions are welcomed and you get real responsibility from day one.
We have brought together a diverse team from the worlds of consultancy, development, technology, telecoms, health and finance to create a company like no other. Personality is just as important to us as experience - we are looking for intelligent, ambitious, curious and adventurous individuals who thrive in a fast-paced environment without ego.
Please visit www.bimamobile.com to learn more about BIMA, our team and the success and impact we’ve had so far. You can also find out more about BIMA here: Business Insider / Reuters / Techworld / BBC News / BBC Inside Track
We are looking to strengthen the Planning & Analysis function with smart people who are ambitious self-starters that want to work for a company that will improve the lives of millions by providing them with a safety net. The team’s role is to provide data-driven analysis and insight to help BIMA to grow sustainably and profitably.
- Ad hoc project work – the first assignment of the new P&A analyst will be to support BIMA’s next fundraise by conducting, summarizing, and presenting research into potential investors.
- Performance reporting – assist the Group Planning & Analysis manager in the preparation of a suite of financial and operational reporting, including sourcing raw data from local markets and business systems as well as data transformation in Excel.
- Stakeholder management – co-ordinate meetings with senior management, liaising with local markets and functional heads to ensure smooth execution of administrative processes.
- Minimum academic requirements: 96 UCAS points from up to three full A-Levels or equivalent with a Grade C or 4 and above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language and Mathematics
- Intellectual curiosity with a strong desire to learn and improve
- Ability to work independently, think critically and proactively, identify problems and develop solutions
- Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
- Good relationship builder – able to deal with internal stakeholders operating in diverse geographical and cultural contexts, providing support and challenge where necessary