Data Analyst Apprentice
Launched in 2012 by Deborah Fuhr, ETFGI has become the dominant independent research and consulting provider providing insights on the entire global industry of ETFs and ETPs listed globally as well as the service providers.
Our range of research and subscription services include annual reviews of institutions that use ETFs and ETPs, an annual analysis of active ETFs and smart beta ETFs. We are the only company to provide a monthly report of every region in the world where ETFs / ETPs are listed.
ETFGI also maintains a comprehensive database of all 7,602 ETFs, with 15,553 listings from 485 providers on 73 exchanges in 60 countries as of the end of December 2020 with an online tool to easily search and compare them.
As well as analysing industry trends, ETFGI has strong expertise in product management, distribution and bringing new funds to market. We pride ourselves on industry thought leadership and product due diligence.
- Identify data sources to meet the organisation's requirement
- Liaise with the client and/or colleagues to establish reporting needs and deliver accurate information
- Collect, compile, cleanse data
- Support the business by maintaining and developing reports for analysis to aid with decisions
- Produce a range of standard and nonstandard statistical and data analysis reports
Desired skills and Personal qualities:
- Demonstrated interest in data analysis
- Team player
- Good communication skills
- Attention to details and ability to meet deadlines
- GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above AND,
- 2x A Levels (1 including Maths, Economics or ICT) OR,
- An International Baccalaureate at Level 3 in ICT OR,
- A Level 3 apprenticeship in a similar subject OR,
- A BTEC Extended Diploma in IT (180 credits)
Opportunity to progress into a fulltime position.
QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.
To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.