Analysts undertake research and analysis, and support the delivery of projects to produce fresh, cutting-edge policy insight across Crest’s Strategy and Insight work.
Main purpose and scope
Carry out high quality analysis in service of projects undertaken on behalf of clients and ensure the analysis is presented in a compelling way.
Train/develop other team members to develop high quality analysis.
Use analysis to produce fresh, cutting-edge insight, both for projects and as part of wider Crest thought leadership efforts.
Provide project management support to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget.
Work to ensure that Crest is seen as an organisation with the highest standards of analytical rigour and policy insight.
Building partnership and alliances with academics, think tanks and other like-minded organisations.
Position in organisation
Reports to: Senior Analyst/Strategy and Insight Manager
Responsible for: leading and developing analysis and research across the organisation
Duties and key responsibilities
Design and conduct high quality analysis in the service of projects across the team and for wider thought leadership efforts.
Supporting the delivery of projects/products for clients, which achieve impact and enhance Crest’s reputation for excellence.
Develop new policy/analytical insights and methodologies, which help cement Crest’s position as the country’s leading specialists on criminal justice policy.
Ensure the team is up to date with the most recent policy/analytical/research literature, and supporting newer team members to develop analytical skills.
Ensure appropriate recording of activities in line with Crest Advisory processes.
The post-holder may be asked to complete tasks not listed above but which are within the scope of the role.
Commitment to equal opportunities
Cooperation with health and safety policies
Adhere to confidentiality requirements
Commitment to Crest’s company values
Collaborate with and behave respectfully towards colleagues
A competitive salary will be paid depending upon skills and experience, ranging between £25,000 and £32,000 (pro-rata).