We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly knowledgeable analyst to work within the Business Intelligence Unit in support of the student recruitment and marketing teams at the University of York.
You’ll be able to undertake, analyse and blend qualitative and quantitative research in order to uncover and monitor student recruitment and market insights. You’ll be as comfortable analysing trends for a particular course as you are measuring the success of a recruitment campaign and be able to use your communication skills to communicate your findings to colleagues at all levels.
This role will be based within the Business Intelligence Unit in Corporate Planning in order to benefit from the professional support of other analysts and will report to the Senior Recruitment and Market Insight Analyst, but will provide specialist services to the Student Recruitment and Admissions and Marketing teams. It’s a great opportunity to make a real impact and work with highly motivated teams eager to use intelligence to inform decision making.
The salary will be within the range £25,482 - £31,302 a year, available as maternity leave cover on a fixed-term basis for one year. This is a full-time post (37 hours a week), however part-time applications (minimum 0.6 FTE) will be considered
Closing date: 22 November 2018
Interview date: 7 December 2018
Vacancy reference: 7159
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