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EngineeringUK was formed in 2002 as The Engineering and Technology Board, a charity established to promote engineers, engineering and technology by raising public awareness.

Key benefits

Employer pension contribution

Employer contribution of 10% to pension, matched by 5% employee contribution. Employee can opt out in which case no pension applies.

Free annual health check

Free annual health check to all employees over 40 or over 35 with 3 or more years' service.

Health insurance

Optional private healthcare scheme. This is a taxable benefit to the employee. 

Permanent health insurance on long term incapacity.

Season ticket

Season ticket loan.

Current vacancies

There are currently 1 job vacancies at EngineeringUK

Senior Research Analyst

Closing date: Sep 6, 2018

Salary: £40,000

We are embarking on an exciting new strategic plan, with a core element of that plan to:

  • Become the recognised, trusted voice and thought leader by government, employers and professional institutions on the engineering labour market, talent pipeline and best approaches to engage young people
  • Establish EngineeringUK as the leading centre for data and analysis on the current and future labour market and skills needed for engineering

Reporting to the Head of Research, you will work on the delivery of our research into key issues for the engineering and educational sectors, such as the STEM skills shortage, gender underrepresentation within the engineering profession, and the technical education landscape, to produce a robust evidence base for policy and practice.

You will be the operational lead on EngineeringUK’s national survey of young people, teachers, and parents, and have a key role in developing and delivering the organisation’s research reports, briefings, and flagship biennial report, The State of Engineering, an authoritative reference document widely used by government, educators, and industry.

An integral part of this role will involve undertaking in-depth analysis of large-scale datasets and distilling the findings in a meaningful way to shape and evidence the direction of EngineeringUK’s work and the wider policy environment. Therefore essential is a high degree of attention to detail, alongside strong competency in quantitative research methods, excellent writing skills, and the ability to manage complex projects in a deadline driven environment.

To find out more about this role and how to apply, please download the supporting document.

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