• Lead Analyst

    Job Locations UK-London
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Lead analyst, UK health and social care technology, Kable Public Sector

    Closing Date: 3rd January 2018



    Since its foundation in 1990 Kable has been the UK’s leading public sector ICT analyst firm. Today our team of analysts and researchers delivers a large programme of research and advisory services, covering ICT in central government, local government, health, criminal justice, education, defence and transport. We have significant growth plans for 2016, and are seeking an addition to our team to support our plans.


    • Researching and writing strategic reports and analysis on UK health and social care technology topics for our subscribers
    • Keeping on top of the latest developments in government policy, key technologies and suppliers, NHS news and procurements (you will be supported by our wider team)
    • Leading Kable’s pan-public sector coverage in at least one specialist area of ICT (such as data analytics, cloud, digital, outsourcing or comms)
    • Writing short comment articles for our subscribers
    • Advising clients via telephone and face-to-face briefings
    • Contributing to consulting projects
    • Supporting our sales team to engage current and prospective clients
    • Promoting Kable and your personal brand by commenting to journalists, speaking at conferences, writing occasional blog articles, and making new contacts by networking in industry forums
    • Supporting and giving direction to Kable’s wider team of India-based researchers who gather data on healthcare ICT contracts and opportunities; to our Forecasting Manager; and to Government Computing journalist colleagues

    Person specification

    • Knowledge of and interest in health and social care technology issues
    • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
    • Numerate and data-literate
    • A helpful, collaborative team player


    • Dependent on experience


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