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Research Data Analyst - Clientside | Major NGO


Location: Central London
Salary: c.£47,500 + benefits
Job type: Permanent
Reference: 140085


Unique independent organisation with a strong advisory and behaviour change remit seeks a research data analyst. This is a major role across the organisation, interpreting complex data and using analytics and data modelling expertise to deliver actionable insight about consumers and their engagement with financial services as part of their UK wide strategy to empower everyone to make sound financial decisions.

Key aspects of the role include:

.        To analyse and interpret population wide data from various sources to input into strategic decision and policy making

·        To provide the organisation with statistical analysis and data modelling using a wide variety of tools and techniques and both internal and external datasets

·        To interpret and communicate complex data in a meaningful and comprehensible way for both internal and external stakeholders

. Analysing and interpreting population wide survey data from various sources (to input into strategic decision and policy making

·        Being expert in statistical and data-modelling techniques

·        Providing analytic input to strategic decision and policy making

·        Working well with internal and external stakeholders

·        Pro-actively contributing to projects and initiatives across the organisation

·        Working in a cross functional capacity with other analysts across the organisation

·        Supporting the team with ad-hoc research / data related requests

Essential Requirements

•      Good knowledge of market research techniques and understanding of the implications of survey data

•      A deep knowledge of statistical and data-modelling tools and techniques

•      Experience of working with large social research-type datasets

•      Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills

•      Ability to work with ambiguous, uncertain or incomplete data.

•      Experience writing up technical analysis into outputs and reports for a non-technical audience

•      Experience of working at pace in a responsive way, able to respond swiftly and responsively to provide data analysis to support the organisation

•      Excellent planning and organisational skills

•      A degree with a significant research methods component, or relevant qualifications in mathematics, statistics, and/or relevant experience in research and data analysis

•     Proven experience in at least one statistical package such as SPSS, Stata, R, Python or other relevant analytical software

•     Competent at using Microsoft Office software such as Excel for data analysis and presentation, and PowerPoint for communicating findings in a clear and compelling way

With an interest or experience of working with social research datasets, this is a great opportunity to be exposed to the application of behavioural change/economics techniques. Progressive thought-leading organisation, where you will contribute to challenging initiatives and deliver real results. Based in modern central London offices with great transport links. This is a flexible, employee friendly organisation with great working benefits and work life balance.


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