11th July 2018
£50000 - £65000
+ allowances and benefits
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We are looking for a Data Scientist who will support our emerging Health Analytics business with insights gained from aggregating and analysing healthcare data. The ideal candidate is adept at developing products that the broader consulting business can then deploy. They must have strong experience using a variety of data analysis methods, using a variety of data tools, building and implementing models, using statistical techniques and creating/running simulations. They must be comfortable working with a wide range of stakeholders and functional teams. The right candidate will have a passion for discovering solutions hidden in large data sets and working with stakeholders to improve business outcomes.
Carnall Farrar is a management consultancy dedicated to improving health, care and public services more broadly. We support clients from end-to-end: from the formation of a leadership coalition, the development of strategy through to delivery. We help clients to get the most from their people, teams, organisations and systems. We take a multi-disciplinary approach to our work, bringing together strategic insight, problem solving and analysis, leadership and organisational development.
At Carnall Farrar it is our people who make us stand out from the competition. We have a multi-disciplinary team with a wealth of experience from across the healthcare sector and various consultancy firms. Our Partners bring decades of leadership at the top of public sector organisations and consultancy firms.
The organisation today includes both staff and associates who work together to ensure we provide our clients with the best possible service. We use associates who are highly experienced individuals that bring distinctive experience in programme delivery, finance, clinical services and organisational/leadership development and coaching. We also partner with many different organisations.
At present the majority of our work is in England where our primary clients are NHS organisations. Within the NHS, we work for individual providers and commissioners, groups of providers and commissioners coming together in whole systems, regulators and the department of health.
Using our extensive network of experts we are able to flexibly add carefully picked partners to our team delivering the highest standards of service to our clients. We pride ourselves in being able to meet even the most specialised needs of our clients - be that analytics, organisational development, executive coaching or full service consultancy.
-Minimum Bachelor’s degree in relevant area; advanced degree in relevant area would be advantageous
-Passion for the potential of data and analytics to help build the team and evangelise across Carnall Farrar
-Excellent analytical problem-solving skills and experience building predictive models
-Proficiency using relational database systems and SQL and in statistical/machine learning tools (e.g. Python, R)
-Experience in data scraping/mining and analysing unstructured data is advantageous
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills to work collaboratively with others in the organisation
-Commitment to giving and receiving constructive feedback and coaching to support development
-Strong drive and resilience
-Work with clients to bring analytical insights to address their toughest problems
-Use analytical tools to gather and analyse data, understand relationships between metrics, identify insights, communicate them clearly, and develop predictive models
-Identify and assess data sources which could add value to products and client projects
-Create and structure data warehouses; and extract, transform and load data
-Work with leadership to identify key new product initiatives to drive growth
-Collaborate with consulting teams to identify and execute on opportunities to build data science products and models
-Develop processes and tools to measure the quality and and effectiveness of data sources, products and models over time and improve upon them
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