Environmental Analyst Intern
- Bilbury Ln, Bath BA1, UK
Axiom is an AI start-up business that is focused on transforming the way data is used in driving procurement decision making through the delivery of insight-based procurement intelligence to large global organisations.
We are part of a rapidly growing ecosystem of disruptive procurement technology businesses that are revolutionising how procurement uses data to optimise the decisions that they make every day.
Axiom works with Procurement Leaders and their partners to provide Procurement-Intelligence to tackle many of their biggest challenges in delivering meaningful savings and to achieve their organisations’ environmental and social responsibility objectives.
Axiom’s unique combination of global sector and domain knowledge, practical methodologies, unique software and advanced analytical approach helps our clients make the positive step change that a traditional category management approach simply cannot achieve on its own.
Our environmental research team sits next to our data science team and is at the heart of what we do. This role will be key to the business and our team. You will be responsible for helping build out the environmental reporting capabilities of the platform. You will have the opportunity to deliver significant new features and applications, developing industry-leading analytics and reporting capabilities. The role provides an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to grow their career within an entrepreneurial team where your contribution will be valued.
Help build the environmental reporting capabilities of the Axiom platform.
Coordinate with our data science team on information gathering methodologies for environmental reporting.
Help to consult large companies on the environmental impact within their supply chain.
This is an unpaid, partially remote internship lasting for between 3-10 months. As this is an unpaid internship, we can only accept those who can receive university credit or are required to complete an internship / work placement by their university.
- Reasonable travel and food expenses paid for.