Business Systems Analyst (KTP Associate)
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Short info about job
Salary: KTP Associate (£20,989-£26,000)
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1271 7074615
Fax: +44-1568 9630859
Detail information about job Business Systems Analyst (KTP Associate). Terms and conditions vacancy
Average weekly working hours: 37.00End date or duration: 36 Months
Are you a graduate eager to develop your professional career? This is an exciting opportunity for a health sciences, business, psychology or relevant subject graduate to work as an Associate on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project to deliver service innovation. This is a collaboration between Manchester Metropolitan University and the ACE Centre.
The ACE Centre is a leading national charity offering a range of AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) and Assistive Technology (AT) services for people with physical and communication impairments and those who support them (http://acecentre.org.uk/ ).
Based at the ACE Centre, Oldham, this position will provide a unique opportunity for an enthusiastic graduate to be instrumental in the review and development of the ACE Centre’s service. You will work with the ACE Centre to develop both your individual and the organisation’s knowledge of advanced data analytics processes as appropriate to support strategic development of new and/or enhanced service delivery initiatives.
Manchester Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care in collaboration with the Faculty of Business and Law, and in partnership with the ACE Centre, seeks to recruit a graduate as a Business Systems Analyst. This offers an exciting opportunity to work with the University and also gain experience in how organisations in healthcare, education and employment impact on health and well-being.
Within the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care, Health Professions is a large multi-disciplinary department covering the areas of Speech and Language Therapy, Physiotherapy, Nutrition and Contemporary Health Studies and Advanced Professional Practice. Our award winning academic staff deliver a first class education experience to all students, whether undergraduate, postgraduate or post registration and maintain links with practice and professional bodies.
You will work with the ACE Centre to develop both your individual and the organisation’s knowledge of advanced data analytics processes as appropriate to support strategic development of new and/or enhanced service delivery initiatives.
You will be employed, managed, and supported by a team of experts from the University as part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between the University and the ACE Centre for a period of 36 months.
KTP is the largest graduate recruitment programme in Europe.
You will be an organised, enthusiastic, and self-motivated graduate with:
- A good honours degree (1st or 2:1) in health, business, applied science, psychology or related subjects
- Excellent project management skills
- Experience in data analysis using appropriate software packages e.g. SPSS
- Competitive salary
- Personal training allowance
- Attendance at two residential managerial workshops
- Opportunity to register on a higher degree (at a reduced fee)
- For additional information relating to the company visit (http://acecentre.org.uk/ ).
Apply by submitting your CV and covering letter quoting the role title to [email protected] Interview date is scheduled for 25th October 2017.
Key Shortlisting Criteria
- Good understanding of business process development.
- Excellent communication skills with the ability to engage at all levels, e.g. personal and professional.
- Excellent project management skills, including the ability to translate business needs into tangible outputs, delivering accurate time reports as required.
- Aptitude to work autonomously as well as effective team working skills.
- Empathetic to clients with severe communication impairment and their support networks.
- Expertise in appropriate software packages such as Excel / SPSS /SAS.
- A good honours degree (1st or 2:1) or higher degree with a significant data analysis component.
- Ideally experience in a data analysis role.
- Ideally experience of working in a commercial setting, ideally producing and communicating management information. You must be willing to travel in the UK (as required) and to attend training, conferences, etc.