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An exciting new position has opened within our IT Delivery business at PA Consulting Group.  Based in London you will take on the role of analyst. This role is ideal for an ambitious graduate who has a passion for solving client problems and enjoys working in a fast paced environment.
This position would involve working on key fee earning assignments and would involve analysis/design and development work on products and processes within own area of technical expertise.
PA Consulting Group is looking for talented individuals who are skilled in digital strategy, user experience and interactive design who can work collaboratively with clients to help them use digital to best effect and meet their users’ needs through the delivery of excellent innovative services.
This is a stimulating opportunity to apply your digital thinking and user experience skills throughout the full solutions lifecycle, from strategy to implementation; our goal is to deliver real change for our clients and their users. It would involve working on key fee earning assignments, supporting business development and working both on the strategy and design assignments across the private and public sectors.


Deadline: 1 July 2013

Salary: £30 – £37k (depending on Degree type


Have you excellent academics and an economics degree? Do you have experience, specialization or a demonstrable interest in microeconomics, industrial organization or regulation? Monitor are looking for graduates (preferably with a Master’s degree) who wish to build a career within public sector economics. Monitor is looking for graduate economists to join them as Economic Analysts…

Monitor is the new healthcare regulator whose main duty is to protect and promote the interest of patients. They do this by promoting the provision of health care services which is effective, efficient and economic, and maintains or improves the quality of services.

The purpose of the Economic Analyst role is to conduct economic analysis for a range of projects. You will provide high quality economic advice and analysis on economic issues related to the healthcare sector and undertakes economic research to improve Monitor’s understanding of the sector. Such issues may relate to the operation of choice and competition in the healthcare sector and the application of competition economics to situations arising in the sector.

If this is you, or someone you know, please get in touch. Please send CVs as soon as possible, with a note detailing your experience or interest in public sector economics. . Also include Referral from Mjay



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