£18,000 - £20,000 pro rata
Full-time for 6 months (with potential for permanent)
Closing Date: 7 August 2017, 12 noon
About the Company
Frontline was established in 1991 and from their offices in London and Coatbridge, near Glasgow their 15 staff and trusted associates work with clients across the UK and Ireland. Many of their people have held top management and board positions, and bring benefits of that experience to the company.
Frontline help people do things better. They work with people, transferring skills and knowledge in:
1. Improvement – increasing productivity, efficiency and innovation for better outcomes
2. People – developing the skills, leadership and organisation capacities that improve performance
3. Strategy – identifying options, supporting decision-making and helping you make the best choices
4. Evaluation – showing what works, the value gained and where improvement can deliver more
Skills transfer helps people improve, make changes ‘stick’ and continue to deliver benefits after the project. Frontline work with people in government, local authorities, healthcare, education, economic development and not for profit businesses.
You can find more information on Frontline, their values, and their impressive client list on their website.
Frontline is an Institute of Consultancy Recognised Practice and a Gold Award Investor in People.
Frontline is looking for an analyst to join their team of consultants working across a wide range of projects in economic impact, project appraisal and due diligence, evaluation and sectoral research for clients across the UK and Ireland.
The role includes both quantitative and qualitative analytic work as well as regular face to face contact with client staff. You will be supporting the whole consulting team, giving you an excellent opportunity to rapidly broaden your experience. As part of the team, you will have considerable exposure to senior staff with great opportunities for personal and technical development.
Frontline work across the UK and Ireland so some travel may be required.
The ideal candidate will have a background in economics, business, marketing or similar. The candidate should have a degree that has a strong research focus and has included an independent research project.
The candidate will enjoy working in a team environment and will be capable of rising to often difficult technical and time challenges. You will have an enquiring mind and be able to use data to help create the knowledge that helps our clients do things better.
Closing date for applications is 7 August 2017, 12 noon.
Interviews will take place on 17 & 18 August 2017.
Please submit a CV and brief covering letter through the AAI online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by noon on the closing date. State a. your availability and b. relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job spec. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated.
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