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Analytics Graduate Programme 2018-2019

Job Location: London, Manchester, Newcastle

Regional Description: United Kingdom

Job Number: 00507235

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Analytics Graduate Programme
 

Unlock the power of your mind


Discover how powerful minds can make unique contributions. Bring your own to a career at Accenture, and see how you create change in the world around you. We empower you to be your best. We embrace who you are. We invest in your future.


We look for passionate, curious and solution-driven team players who are ready to ignite ideas and inspired to push boundaries.


Be yourself, make a difference: accenture.com/ukgraduates

 
Who we are and what we do
 
We’re more than 411,000 people working in over 200 cities across 56 countries around the globe. A world-leading organisation, we provide consultancy and technology expertise to some of the biggest names in just about every industry you can imagine. Clients come to us to make more of their business opportunities, adapt successfully to change, put ideas into action and gain – or sustain – a competitive edge. With our knowledge of the markets, understanding of the power of technology and ability to shape and implement transformational solutions, we do just that. We work with 4,000 companies and 94 of the Fortune Global 100. As a growing firm we need talented graduates like you to join us.
 
Analytics Graduate Programme
 
Data is key to giving organisations competitive advantage. This is collated from multiple sources, such as images, audio, texts, tweets and blogs, not to mention the plethora of information surrounding every event, every object, every location and every moment. How can organisations unlock the power of this data? The answer is Analytics and its enablers include technology, infrastructure, data science and business.
On this programme, there are two broad areas you can work in. One area involves delivering complex analytical solutions across data management, big data architecture and business intelligence and visual analytics. This area uses various tools, technologies and platforms like big data, Hadoop, SQL, Tableau, Qlik and D3.js. The second area focuses on the application of quantitative and business skills. This entails working on deep analysis and run statistical models using niche analytical techniques and tools. This area uses tools such as R, Python and SAS and also advises on strategies relating to analytics organisations, operations and processes. The tools and techniques used in the analytics practice are always evolving to keep up with industry and academic best practice and innovative methods.
 
What you’ll learn
 
You’ll gain an understanding of how data and statistical and quantitative analysis, combined with exploratory and predictive models delivers data-driven business insights. In both areas, you have the opportunity to develop an area of expertise and work across multiple industries as you grow with the firm from analyst to consultant and beyond.
 
What’s in it for you
 
As well as the prospect of a great career centred around improving the way the world works and lives, you can look forward to a competitive starting salary and a generous holiday allowance. Other benefits include a pension scheme, personal laptop, an AMEX card, private healthcare, subsidised gym membership, season ticket loan and much more. For a comprehensive list of all our benefits, visit our website.
 
What we’re looking for
 
You graduated from a Bachelor’s degree or higher with a quantitative degree (maths, statistics, data science or computer science – a minimum 2:1 (achieved or predicted). We also look for 340 UCAS points across your top 3 A-levels (excluding General Studies). You may also be considered if you have a non-quantitative Bachelor’s degree or higher and can demonstrate strong quantitative know-how through work experience or other substantial activities
A flair for analytical and logical problem solving, plus strong numerical skills are essential. These are client-facing roles which entail interpreting and translating client requirements into workable solutions that bring business benefits. You are someone with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, including the ability to articulate numerical concepts to a non-numerical audience.
 
Where you’ll work
 
You could be placed at any one of our offices in Edinburgh, London, Manchester or Newcastle and may be delivering projects on client sites anywhere in the UK (and sometimes abroad), so you’ll need to be flexible.
 
How to apply
 
Full information on our application and selection process can be found on our website.
Places are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. So please apply early to avoid disappointment. Deadline for applications is 05/01/2018.

What we’re looking for

 

You’ll need a quantitative degree, such as maths, statistics, data science or computer science – a minimum 2:1 (achieved or predicted). We also look for 340 UCAS points across your top 3 A-levels (excluding General Studies) in first time passes.

 

A flair for analytical and logical problem solving, plus strong numerical skills are essential. These are client-facing roles which entail interpreting and translating client requirements into workable solutions that bring business benefits. So you’ll also need excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, including the ability to articulate numerical concepts to a non-numerical audience.



How to apply

 

Full information on our application and selection process can be found on our website.

 

Places are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. So please apply early to avoid disappointment. Deadline for applications is 05/01/2018.

 

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