GlobalData

  • Graduate Analyst

    Job Locations UK-London
    Category
    Research
    # of Openings
    1
  • Overview

    Graduate Analyst

    London

     

    Start Date – September 2018

     

    4,000 of the world’s largest companies make better and more timely decisions thanks to our unique data, expert analysis and innovative solutions delivered through a single research platform. At GlobalData, our mission is to help our clients decode the future to be more successful and innovative. Through our acquisitions, we have now become one of the largest data and insights solution providers in the world.

     

    We are excited to announce the launch of our Analyst Graduate programme for 2018.

     

    Our Graduate programme is open to candidates interested in the following industries; Healthcare, Consumer & Retail, Technology, and Finance. 

    What you will do

    • Create in-depth market research reports within one of our given industry sectors.
    • Work closely with seasoned research analysts to ensure all data trends are backed up with insightful value. 
    • Work as part of a team to ensure reports are produced to a high standard within the allotted deadlines. 
    • Continuously work toward improving our data and research quality.
    • Contribute to ad-hoc consulting projects. 
    • Engage with clients and key opinion leaders within the industry to gather qualitative insight. 

    What you will bring to the table

    • A minimum 2:1 STEM degree
    • High level of literacy and numeracy skills.
    • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office
    • Proven experience working with data sets within Excel.
    • A confident communicator at all levels with the ability to present when necessary.
    • Experience within Qualitative and Quantitative research a plus. 
    • A passion for, or knowledge within one of our industry sectors is advantageous.

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    www.GlobalData.com

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