Title: Analyst | £25,000 - £50,000 | Social Enterprise
Role/Sector: Analyst | Charity
Location: Central London
Placement: Graduate job (permanent)
Salary: £30,000 (per annum)
Information on the company
Our client is a social enterprise which specialises in countering violent extremism (CVE) across the globe. They use data-proven techniques to ensure our clients respond to violent extremism effectively.
Their work ranges from targeted intervention programmes, software development and digital capacity building, to leading global counter-messaging campaigns. They operate in over 28 countries and
across different forms of violent extremism.
Job Title: Analyst (International Programmes or Digital Campaigns)
Contract Length: 12-month full-time fixed-term contract (with potential for renewal)
Start Date: Flexible, Currently not actively hiring
Salary: £25,000-£40,000 depending on experience (multiple roles being hired in this band)
About the role:
Our client is currently recruiting a number of Analysts as part of a new programme of work. In this role, you will be focused on gathering and analysing data and carrying out aspects of delivery for a specific CVE project. You will also be expected to work to advance our methodologies and develop business development opportunities.
? Analysis of diverse forms of data, including social media metrics, violent extremist material and
data gathered by our in-house specialist tools.
? Managing multiple aspects of project delivery, particularly those focused on either strategic
communications campaigns or international CVE interventions utilising digital technologies.
? Communicating with clients, partner organisations and other key stakeholders.
? Sharing and developing subject matter expertise across the organisation, whether based on
violent extremist movements, regional knowledge, professional or academic background.
? Developing new methodologies to track and challenge violent extremism.
? Supporting our business development by identifying and applying for funding opportunities,
building relationships with clients and partner organisations.
? Knowledge of either digital communications campaigns or intervention projects.
? A deep interest in violent extremism and evidence of relevant professional experience whether
from CVE or other fields.
? A highly developed ability to source, interpret and analyse both quantitative and qualitative
? A demonstrable ability to work under pressure, take action and get things done, both in
managing your own workload and as part of a team.
? Inquisitiveness and adaptability, particularly in relation to new technology and the use of social
media for research.
? Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
In addition, we require and will check on candidates eligibility to work in the UK and DBS checks.
? Experience of work based in developing nations or conflict-affected regions.
? Fluency in languages other than English, in particular, Albanian, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia,
Bangla, Dhivehi, French, Hindi, Macedonian, Russian.
? The specialist knowledge of specific forms of violent extremism.
? Individually tailored training and skills development package.
? 30 days ’ paid leave per annum.
? Private healthcare package, including coverage for partners and children.
? Generous maternity and paternity package.