Risk Solutions are recruiting!

Analyst with strong modelling skills

Risk Solutions are a small, dynamic consulting team, working at the heart of Government and the private sector in the UK and Ireland.  Our assignments have a major impact on policy across a range of Government departments and agencies. 

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic analyst with strong modelling skills to join our team.  As an ideal candidate you will have a good degree in a numerate discipline (science, engineering, maths or operational research) and at least 3 years experience after your degree (working in a similar environment or post graduate research).  You will have experience in:

  • Coding in VBA for Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access
  • Developing stand alone Windows applications using object oriented programming tools – we use Delphi but experience with this specific environment is not essential.

Experience of an ‘Agile’ approach to development would also be an advantage.

You will be a creative problem solver, and have the ability to work on your own initiative, or as a member of a small team.  You will also be customer focussed with good communications skills, a constructive attitude and a flexible approach.

The role involves working at client locations, from home or from our Warrington office, therefore you must have a clean driving licence and be willing to travel.  Your starting salary will depend on your experience, but we anticipate but it being between £30,000 and £38,000.  We also offer access to a defined contribution pension scheme, to which the company will also contribute, life assurance cover provided you join the pension scheme, and private medical insurance currently provided by Bupa. We place a strong emphasis on support and development activities, with monthly team meetings and individual mentoring and personal development planning. 

If you would like to apply for this exciting opportunity please send us your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for this position.


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