About the role:
As the Graduate Programmer & Analyst you play a hands-on role within a supportive and experienced team; working on projects where you will look after the set up and programming of survey projects for our diverse array of clients. A large part of this role will be scripting and developing existing databases and programmes to allow fo the modelling of data into key client deliverables such as reports and online dashboards.
This role offers huge scope to apply the skills gained during your course whilst at the same time continuing to develop and broaden these skills in an environment where the opportunities to progress and move forward are everywhere.
What you will do:
The designing, programming, development and maintenance of CSR databases and information systems, to input, store and retrieve data efficiently for internal and external use.
Design bespoke systems using programming tools capable of processing up to 10 million data items. Including intelligent navigation systems for survey analysis.
Assisting with the designing of systems to model and analyse data from a variety of information systems and sources
Interrogate databases to enable complex analysis.
Design and set up of web-based and electronic surveys for client projects.
Design and develop on-line dashboards and portals for client projects
Updating of databases for data processing, design, run and set up programmes to extract and present data.
Your experience will include:
About Capita Surveys and Research
Capita's Surveys and Research business was established in 1991 and is one of the largest and most experienced providers of employee and stakeholder survey services in the UK, undertaking research using multi-mode approaches, including postal, web, and telephone (CATI) surveys, focus groups and discovery interviews. We work with a wide range of organisations including HEIs, colleges, the NHS, local authorities, fire and rescue services, government agencies, independent healthcare organisations, charities and private sector businesses.
Our work focuses on supporting organisations to better understand what drives people's needs, perceptions and behaviours both internally through employee engagement, and externally by listening and acting upon stakeholder feedback, whether from students, customers, service users, wider stakeholders or the public. It is a continuous process and, if done correctly, drives lasting improvement. We are developing more innovative ways to listen and engage with people, and digital technology is creating a more dynamic and sophisticated platform to drive higher levels of engagement and to support continuous improvement across organisations, work areas, teams and individuals.
Looking to go further? Let your line manager know and click apply now to a short application and send us your CV. Any questions before taking the next step? You can contact Jo Robinson via email at email@example.com for support.