At ORH, our Analysts are passionate about data and its role in influencing decision-making at emergency services around the world. By identifying patterns and making the right connections in a variety of large-scale data sets, their work helps public services operate more effectively and efficiently.
Joining our analytical team will enable you to apply your technical and problem-solving skills to real-world issues, and you’ll learn how our unique software helps emergency services better meet the needs of the public.
You will support high profile public projects by analysing and understanding large data sets to identify patterns and provide accurate and meaningful analysis. There are also opportunities to use ORH’s in-house simulation and optimisation modelling software. Day-to-day work will involve many complex studies, requiring you to carefully manage your own time, but there is also a strong emphasis on working together.
What we are looking for
We are looking for graduates with enthusiasm, curiosity, personal drive, technical know-how and the ability to communicate clearly and convincingly. You should have a numerate background and the desire to make a difference within a critical and ever-changing sector. You should be highly numerate with a good range of technical skills, for example, ideally comfortable with at least one of Access, SQL, R, GIS or other similar tools. Being highly proficient in the use of Excel is essential. The ability to assess your own work and identify improvements is also important for this role.
Accepted degree subjects
- information science and librarianship
- chemical engineering
- geology and geographical science
- business and management studies
- accounting and finance
- health sciences
- social sciences
- transport engineering
- aerospace engineering
- biology and life sciences
- planning and surveying
- materials science
- mechanical engineering
- computer sciences and IT
- electronic and electrical engineering
- civil engineering and construction
- engineering management
- environmental science and ecology
Additional job details
- £25,000 - £27,500
How to apply
Please email your CV, with a covering letter outlining how you fit this role, via the Apply button
Note that due to the high volume of applications, candidates failing to pass the initial selection will not be notified. Successful candidates will usually be contacted within one week of the closing date.
Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 5 January 2020
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Closing date: 5 January 2020