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Graduate Data and Insight Analyst
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Recruiter: General Medical Council
Listed on: 30th May
Location: Manchester
Salary/Rate: Upto £24802
Salary Notes: plus excellent benefits
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: TJGM2_expired
Contact Name: General Medical Council

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If you’re an ambitious graduate who learns fast and can quickly grasp complex problems, this is a great opportunity to launch your career in operational research, data analysis and visualisation. Here, at the General Medical Council, you’ll go beyond extracting data. You’ll impact on the quality of healthcare in the UK. And quickly develop your skills with a lead regulator in research and data.

The General Medical Council (GMC) helps to protect patients and improve medical education and practice in the UK by setting standards for students and doctors. We support them in achieving (and exceeding) those standards, and take action when they are not met.

As a Graduate Data & Insight Analyst in our Data Research & Insight team, you’ll:

-Go on a rotation with our data and insights teams, working on a variety of projects before learning to specialise in the area you’re passionate about.
-Help to make sure the information we publish is relevant, robust, accurate, timely and impacts on our regulatory effectiveness.
-Work with highly regarded social researchers, project managers, data modellers, report writers and statistical, policy, artificial intelligence and machine learning experts.
-Get involved with everything from data extraction and analysis to writing reports, presentations and research papers.
-Help to develop data systems, dashboards, visualisations and grow our understanding of health system data and risk.
-Gain insight from evidence, find meaning in data and identify evidence and areas where there are risks to patients and doctors.

We’re looking for a sharp mind with some experience of searching for new insights through statistical analysis, literature reviewing or primary research. A good writer who can quickly learn and take new information on board, combined with the ability to speak with a non-technical audience, you must share our passion for improving the quality of healthcare through data, insight, analysis and research. As someone who can bring data to life, you’ll also ideally have some knowledge of SQL, SPSS, STATA or R.

We’re a friendly team that will provide you with excellent training and support. You’ll also enjoy lots of opportunities and such benefits as:

          A good pension (15% employer contribution)
          25 days’ holiday a year (option to buy & sell)
          Health screens
          Interest free ticket loans
          Exclusive discounts
          Employee assistance programme
          Childcare vouchers
          Cycle to work scheme
          Flexi-working
          The option to work from home up to 2 days a week.

A registered charity, we value diversity and inclusion because our differences make us stronger. So, our processes are fair, objective, transparent and free from discrimination.
Join our friendly and supportive team and you’ll enjoy an exciting and meaningful career with a difference.

The closing date for applications is midnight 17th June 2018.

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