Graduate Data Analyst

  • Evri
  • Catherine Morley, Bahnhofstrasse, Ebikon, Luzern, Switzerland
  • 08/12/2022
Full time Data Engineering Data Analytics Statistics Biostatistics

Job Description

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Job Type
Full-time

Full Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity for a Data Analyst Graduate to join us on a 2-year graduate scheme at our head offices in the Leeds suburb of Morley (LS27 0WH).

Salary: £27,000

Contract Type: Permanent

Hours: 39

What Our 2 Year Data Analyst Graduate Scheme Involves

Our graduate schemes are all about creating our future leaders, you’ll be working as part of our core business teams where you’ll be supported every step of the way, enjoying structured training and the chance to shine through working on exciting projects. Not only will you gain wide-ranging experience of a big business and bags of industry insight our graduate roles are a great opportunity for you to kick-start your career. We’ll help you on your way to climbing the career ladder into managerial roles within both the function and wider business.

Our 2-year Data Analyst Programme focuses on helping you develop specialist expertise in Data and Analytics. You will get the opportunity to work in and rotate around the different Data Analytics teams across the business.

You’ll collaborate with stakeholders across the business and IT to solve key issues. Communicating results to key decision makers including Heads of and Directors. You will keep up to date with trends in data science, learning and share new skills and methods. You will receive training covering the core knowledge and skills you’ll need to succeed.

You’ll be nurtured as part of the EVRi Emerging Talent Development programme with a business mentor provided to support you on your journey with us. As part of the programme, you will attend inclusive graduate peer networking and communal development days to allow you to connect with fellow graduates.

What You’ll Need To Become An EVRi Graduate

  • A minimum 2:1 degree in Data Science, statistics, computer science, maths or a similar degree.
  • Great communication skills and the ability to lead, influence and build strong working relationships with a diverse team of people.
  • Positive attitude, resilient, determined and a great listener and communicator.
  • Enjoy working in a challenging, fast-paced environment.
  • Be analytical and good with numbers with plenty of common sense.
  • Familiarity with a popular coding language for data analysis such as Python, R or SQL.
  • A full UK driving license as some travel may be required in this role between EVRi sites.
  • The ability to solve problems and keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening across our business.