• Public Services Technology Analyst

    Job Locations UK-London
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    GlobalData Public Sector has been the UK’s leading public sector technology analyst firm since it was founded as Kable in 1990. We provide practical, evidence-based intelligence to the public services technology community including buyers, suppliers and practitioners. 


    Our team of analysts, researchers and journalists deliver a large programme of research and advisory services, covering all aspects of ICT in central, local and devolved government; health; education; emergency services; transport and national security.


    You will be working – with plenty of supervision and support – to become our go-to expert on how organisations in two particular sectors use technology:

    • Education, including schools, colleges and universities
    • Emergency services, including police, fire and rescue, and ambulance

    What you will do

    • Researching and writing market analysis reports and short comment articles
    • Tracking the latest developments in relevant areas of government policy, key procurements, technologies, spending trends and suppliers
    • Advising clients via telephone and face-to-face briefings
    • Contributing to one-off consulting projects
    • Supporting our sales team to engage current and prospective clients.

    What you will bring to the table

    This role will suit someone with an interest in how the UK public sector uses technology, who is bright, curious and eager to learn, and who enjoys writing and debate. Knowledge of technology in the education and/or police sectors would be helpful, but is not absolutely essential.


    To succeed, you will need the following:

    • Excellent writing ability
    • Excellent verbal communication and a professional manner
    • Numerate and data-literate
    • Very good MS Excel skills
    • A helpful, collaborative team player

    Salary - £25 - 30K


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