Order Analysts work with incoming orders for materials, merchandise, installations, or services. Incoming orders analyst jobs vary greatly depending on the area of employment. You will manage orders in manufacturing and medical businesses. As an Order Analyst, you will need good math and analytical skills. An administrative assistant is a good foothold to begin as an Order Analyst. You will need ordering skills, supply management, supply chain management, and organizational skills. You may find a job as an Order Analyst in the energy and manufacturing industries.
As an Order Analyst, you will receive and process incoming orders and receives these orders via phone, mail, fax, or other electronic means. You will need to keep your team informed, prepare contracts, and possibly handle complaints. An Order Analyst can make an average of $68,000 annually. All it takes is a bachelor's degree in business, business administration, mathematics, or even communication. You will need years of experience in sales, management, customer service, or as an analyst.