Role closed for applications to join us in 2021
What you’ll be doing
We’ll bet you didn’t think that analysing data had a big place in Communications, right? Well - you’d be wrong. We love data and we love analysing it, learning from it and sharing the story it tells. We make decisions on well-understood data that improves not only what we do as Enterprise, but also what we offer to our customers.
And we don’t just collect information. We analyse it and try to spot trends, identify patterns, or find customer ‘needs’ within it that helps us make good decisions for our customers and our business.
Throughout your apprenticeship, your role will be to support the Data team and assure the quality and availability of data to the business, ensuring our data jobs run smoothly and efficiently and driving automation wherever we can.
You will collect, organise and study data to provide business insight. You will be involved in managing, cleansing, abstracting and aggregating data, and conducting a range of analytical studies on that data. You will work across a variety of projects, providing technical data solutions to a range of stakeholders/customers issues. You will document and report the results of data analysis activities & ultimately make recommendations to improve business performance.
Our Data team is spread across the UK and comprises of Subject Matter Experts who you will get to learn from every day. It’s a really analytical job and you’ll need an eye for detail, but you’ll always be learning new skills and techniques to really help build your career. If you’ve got some good skills with PowerPoint and Excel, then they would really help with this role. By the end of your apprenticeship, you’ll be able to help the business make decisions through research and insight – a really critical role.
This job is available in the Enterprise part of our business.
About the apprenticeship you’ll study for
As a Data Analyst, you’ll study for a Level 4 apprenticeship, called Data Analyst.
Your apprenticeship scheme will last 18 months and 20% of your working hours will be dedicated to studying.
You’ll need to achieve a minimum of two A-Levels with a minimum of C grades. You’ll also need GCSEs at grades 4-9 (C or above) including English, Maths.
Equivalent qualifications are accepted.