Graduate Data Analyst
Graduate Data Analyst
c£20,000 per annum
Wakefield or Blackburn (This role can be based out of either of our Corporate Hub Offices of Blackburn or Wakefield)
37 Hours p/week | Permanent
The advert closes on the 2nd July, with a view to interview week commencing 9th July.
Together Housing are one of the biggest housing associations in the North of England with over 38,000 homes mainly across the Yorkshire and Lancashire areas
They are a non-profit making organisation and any money made is invested back into the association for the benefit of our residents and local communities.
Are you a recent graduate? Do you have a keen interest in data analysis? We could be the right fit for you! We are looking for candidates who have recently graduated with a degree in a numerate subject. This could be Maths, Statistics, Computer Science or even Data Science, or something similar.
Role and Responsibilites
The Together Housing Group is looking to expand its Business Improvement Team with the addition of a Graduate Data Analyst. This new post is a highly exciting one and we are looking for someone to drive forward the refinement & controls on existing data sources and be pivotal in the collection of new ones. The role is ideal for someone who wants to perform experimental design approaches towards validating findings and testing new solutions in order to identify new business opportunities.
Your normal day to day duties could consist of:
Working with relevant stakeholders to drive, develop, implement and maintain a robust Data Management Strategy for the company as a whole
Regularly review the effectiveness of the Group wide data systems and as importantly the quality of information these systems provide
Create an environment which facilitates an experimental design approach to testing hypotheses and validating findings
Conducting complex data analysis with advance statistical and predictive modelling
Assist in maintaining and enhancing the Groups Data Warehouse and other information systems
Key Skills and Requirements
The ideal candidate will have the following skills & expertise:
Some knowledge or experience in using data manipulation tools or languages, such as Python, R, SQL or Hadoop (or similar)
Experience of working with large relationship databases & other information systems
Expert user of statistical software packages
Experience of Database Administration & Development
It would be advantageous but not necessary if you also had:
Experience of preparing & presenting complex analytical concepts & detailed information prepared for a varied and wide range of audiences
Evidence of solving analytical problems and undertaking detailed research and experience with learning algorithms
In return we can offer you a great set of benefits which includes; 27 days holiday (rising to 32 over 5 years service) + bank holidays.
A great flexible working environment, with a range of family friendly policies
Great new comfortable and modern offices
A huge scope of personal development opportunities
A very attractive pension scheme & healthcare benefits as well
For the more active minded we also offer a “cycle to work” scheme
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