Analysis and South Africa - #UndertheRadarBlogs
Back again for the latest edition of the top 5 jobs you may have missed, it is of course the #UndertheRadar top 5. This week we've got 5 jobs that allow graduates to get into the nitty-gritty detail, the data and the stats. Several of these roles are open up opportunities for graduates to help influence companies by manipulating and utilising data. So without further ado, here are the #UndertheRadar Top 5! What you need to know: Based in Cambridge, working face to face with small business clients in business and IT, with a salary of £22,000 to £25,000.
What you need to show: Degree in business, computing or mathematics, people skills and excellent communication and problem solving skills.
Applied Business are a small family run company looking for a graduate to join them in working with smaller clients and businesses to help them deliver a fantastic service. Applicants must be proactive and thrive in a challenging environment. One of the key features of the role is the ability to deal with clients face to face and be able to build and strengthen relationships on a regular basis. This role is perfect for those that want to work in consultancy and business and IT but on a smaller and more personal scale than you might find at some of the larger consultancy firm.What you need to know: Based in South Africa with training split between Cape Town, Johannesburg and London and receive professional business and technical training in a range of technologies.
What you need to show: A Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Finance or Economics degree, passionate interest in IT and Finance and able to commit to a minimum of two years at FDM.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work and live in South Africa with FDM. As a Production Support Analyst the successful candidate will initial receive training in Cape Town, Johannesburg and London which will prepare successful applicants to work with high end and high profile clients by supporting the trade and risk management platform.
What you need to know: Based at Marble Arch, London, work with Law firms and investment banks providing insights and the information they want to know. What you need to show: High numerate with a strong grasp of data and statistics, proficiency in Excel and ability to communicate complicate findings and insights
Work Communications are firm believers in the idea that insights and analysts drive businesses. And they want a graduate to join their company as a Research Analyst to help continue the work they do. If they are successful, graduates will work with organisations from law firms, charities, government agencies and investment banks and provide them with detailed and insightful findings to data, statistics or a variety of information they put in front of you.
What you need to know: Based in London, working with the UK's largest private hospital group and become responsible for the technical analysis and programming of BMI Applications.
What you need to show: Knowledge of SQL and web technologies, problem solving attitude and a 2.1 degree.
After thorough and helpful training, successful applicants will be responsible for the technical analysis and programming of BMI Applications.The main focus of a successful applicant will be on the Oracle PeopleSoft platform at BMI Healthcare. Some of the other areas of work including Java applications, Oracle and IBM Integration Broker. Graduates will be expected to be thorough in their work and be able to work with the company to help further their own career.
What you need to know: Based in London, providing research and administrative support to the business development team and research valuable leads.
What you need to show: Initiative, problem solving skills and sales experience is preferred through either a internship, work placement or summer activities. Langham Hall are looking for a graduate to join them in a permanent position to help support their business development team. The duties of the successful applicant are varied and they can be expected to be doing anything from tracking and co-ordinating meetings for your colleagues and cold calling to creating, updating and binding presentations and conference and seminar attendance for networking.
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