- £24,000 – £27,000 DOE Plus Benefits
Analyst Bristol About the Organisation Our client fights the causes of poverty on an international scale through the use of data to help drive sustainable development and the allocation of finance and resources to the right areas at the right time. They are working to end poverty, increase the resilience of the world’s most vulnerable people and ensure no one is left behind. They are now looking for an Analyst to join their team and play a vital role in reporting and data analysis. The Benefits - Salary of £24,000 £27,000 DOE - Flexible working arrangements - Pension scheme with 5% contribution - Health cash scheme with employee assistance programme - Cycle to work scheme - Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave and sick pay policies - Casual dress code - Offices just five minutes from Temple Meads train station - Up to five days’ paid leave to volunteer for a cause that addresses poverty or helps vulnerable people - Buy/sell holiday scheme - 25 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays and discretionary paid time off at Christmas This is an incredible opportunity for an Analyst from a humanitarian, international development or economics background to take on a new challenge with our ground-breaking organisation. What’s more, you’ll discover a culture of transparency and innovation, an informal working environment and a clear focus on making the world a better place. Our client values their staff and enable each and every person to fulfil their potential and help them to create a positive working environment. Your Role As an Analyst, you will be tasked with analysing and reporting on data from a range of projects mostly focused around the Humanitarian Team. Specifically, you will lead on developing narrative content that will engage with, and encourage, humanitarian stakeholders to use our client’s outputs to inform policy and operational decision making. Your role will include: - Providing analysis and evidence to support and inform our client’s work - Enhancing the use, usability and understanding of data - Interpreting data and providing narrative content for the communication of findings and messages for a range of audiences and formats - Providing data-led research on disasters, forced displacement and humanitarian needs - Contributing to flag-ship publications such as the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report - Leading on the development of content that will engage with stakeholders - Taking the technical lead on discrete research pieces About You To be considered as an Analyst, you will need: - Previous analysis experience in humanitarian, international development, economics or other similar fields - Strong technical writing skills - A degree and postgraduate qualification in international development or economics (or a related discipline with substantial quantitative and qualitative analytical components) Other organisations may call this role Analyst, Data Analyst, Project Analyst, Reporting Analyst, Technical Project Analyst, International Development Analyst, Economics Analyst, Humanitarian Data Analyst, Reporting Analyst, or Charity Data Analyst. Our client is an equal opportunities employer and in line with their policies, aim to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion, ethnic or national origin, age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or disability. So, if you are ready for your next big career move as an Analyst, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.