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Graduate Analyst training programme 2019

  • West End, Central London (W1), W1G 0EF
  • Unspecified

Carnall Farrar is a management consultancy dedicated to improving health, care and public services. We are led by experienced senior leaders from
healthcare, public sector and consultancy backgrounds.

We pride ourselves on being able to meet clients needs holistically, combining problem solving, managing delivery and change leadership.

We work with some of the most challenged systems across the country, supporting them to become financially and operationally sustainable. In addition to our work in health and social care, we have work across a breadth of industries including pharmaceuticals, central government, life
sciences and international development.

Our work delivers radical transformation which brings real improvements to people’s lives. Our award winning teams take pride in delivering new models of care, inspiring our clients to deliver change and reimagine the organisational norms.



Advance your career with CF
  • When you join CF you will enrol on an extensive two year training programme where you will build a suite of core consulting skills to support on-the job learning
  • Our training programme starts with a week-long residential induction training programme where you will develop skills in project management, communication, problem solving and team working, as well as developing your knowledge of the NHS and public sector.
  • You will work closely with our industry leading partners and consultants, putting you in a great position to accelerate your development and deliver impact to your clients.
  • We are passionate about bringing real change to the NHS and public services – delivering benefits to patients staff and the public. All our staff are values-driven, we commit to challenging each other, and our clients, to bring about profound and positive change.
  • After two years you will be able to apply for a sponsored MBA programme at a number of internationally renowned institutions.
Your role
  • As an analyst you will develop skills in analytics, problem solving, organisational development, as well as project management.
  • You will play an integral role in our problem-solving processes, structuring and carrying out analysis, synthesising information and researching independently.
  • Your day to day work will be highly variable. You’ll play a critical part in the delivery of client projects, as well as business development and other corporate services.
  • Core responsibilities will include manipulating complex data sets, researching industry best practice and synthesising and presenting your findings to a broad range of audiences. You will learn how to build constructive client relationships and collaborate with our stakeholders to achieve your shared goals.
  • You will participate in client meetings, actively engage with project tasks and successfully prioritise projects in order to meet deadlines.

Our ideal candidate
  • We are looking to recruit individuals who are passionate about improving healthcare, hard working and eager to learn. You will have achieved, or predicted to achieve a 2:1 in your undergraduate degree.
  • We are looking for excellent academic performance, leadership potential and relevant work experience

How to apply

Written application

In your written application, please include:
Please upload 2 documents, one CV and one personal statement.

CV
- Please upload a recent copy of your CV. Please ensure your CV includes: - Recent employment history - Details of your academic history including details of any higher level education as well as - A list of your A levels and GCSE scores - A list of any academic, professional or personal awards - Details of two referees (please note whether these are professional, academic or personal).

Personal Statement
- Your personal statement is your chance to show us your personality. While we expect suitable business language, do not be afraid to enliven your statement with personal stories and anecdotes. We are a small and friendly firm who are interested in our people and you. We want to hear what excites you about an internship at Carnall Farrar.
- Ensure you cover the following aspects (in any order): why you would like to work in consultancy, why you would like to work in healthcare, why you would like to work for Carnall Farrar, what you would bring to our team and anything else you think we may be interested in about you (max 2,500 characters).

Please refer to the FAQ section to read about what we would like to read in your CV and cover letter. 

Please send your written application to recruitment@carnallfarrar. com to apply or if there are any further questions.

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