Graduated from university and wondering what the next step is? A career in business change could be just what you are looking for.
As a Technical Analyst you will help our clients deliver against their targets and strategy by enhancing and improving their technology. You will need to be highly analytical and curious, looking to work with data to help create innovative technical solutions. You will also develop an understanding of the risks impacting successful delivery and manage these alongside the wider project team.
No two projects are the same so you could be involved in regulatory change, process improvement, IT transformation and even strategy.
If you have an outstanding level of attention to detail and can translate business requirements in to technical solutions then a career as a Technical Analyst could be for you.
We offer a three-year Development Programme with academic focus and client experience. Our specialism is business change and our programme offers accredited qualifications across a range of change disciplines including project management and business analysis.
Year one will focus on the fundamentals of business change working up to advanced qualifications in years two and three, all while you gain hands on experience with clients.
Graduates of our programme accelerate their own careers, gaining roles at clients or consultancies through our Future Opportunities Programme.
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What you get
- Fantastic progression opportunities
- Professional qualifications in project management
- Career development and mentoring
- Pension scheme
- Company holidays
- Social events/nights out
Grayce offers an unparalleled Change Management Development Programme offering real progression. We work with organisations to help drive their change agenda. Our Graduate Development Programme means you will work with clients directly, starting your career working with some of the UKs leading companies.
Our client portfolio is concentrated in Greater London and the North West, covering key locations in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Cheshire and Yorkshire.
- Excellent communication/interpersonal skills
- Highly self-motivated
- Interest in business change
Qualifications and experience requirements
- Educated to degree level 2:1 or higher
- A-levels or equivalent to more than 320 UCAS points
Accepted degree subjects
physics · economics · mathematics · medicine and surgery · chemical engineering · business and management studies · geology and geographical science · chemistry · accounting and finance · sports science · transport engineering · aerospace engineering · biology and life sciences · mechanical engineering · computer sciences and IT · psychology · electronic and electrical engineering · engineering management · civil engineering and construction
How to apply
Closing date: Continuous recruitment
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 10/04/2018