Crain Communications Healthcare Staffing Analyst in New York, New York
Do you have a need to get to the bottom of things? Enjoy becoming an expert whose opinions are highly sought after? Want to work with sharp people from some of the world's top schools?
If so, we have a unique opportunity for an outstanding analyst and writer to step in and make an immediate impact on a dynamic industry. You will join a group of dedicated business professionals who together constitute the premier source of research, information and analysis on the healthcare staffing and workforce solutions industry. In the role of Healthcare Staffing Analyst, you will conduct a wide variety of analyses and write research reports and articles to help executives make better business decisions.
The Healthcare Staffing Analyst will be accountable for executing research projects, performing analyses, writing reports and providing analytic support to customers. Responsibilities include:
Developing unsurpassed expertise on the healthcare staffing industry and producing periodic comprehensive reports that communicate key business intelligence and analysis in clear and precise language supported by relevant charts, graphs and tables as well as originating and verifying supporting data from primary and secondary sources.
Researching and writing frequent thought-provoking analyses and reports on current healthcare staffing industry events and trends. This includes conducting financial analysis of staffing industry company results, collecting and analyzing government data as well as conducting internet-based research to produce unique content of practical value to our customers.
Conducting surveys of industry executives through effective survey design and meticulous outreach efforts to drive breadth of participation. Analyze and interpret survey results through careful data analysis.
Communicating findings and insights via written reports, slide decks, audio and video recordings, webinars, and live presentations to a variety of executive audiences.
Building general expertise in staffing and contingent work through monitoring of relevant news, research studies and proactive meetings and conversations with industry executives.
Attending and participating in conferences as a member of Staffing Industry Analysts' research team, including by giving presentations on research findings and by moderating panel discussions with industry executives. Assist with SIA conference planning activities including conference agenda design and keynote speaker selection and recruitment.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following qualifications:
Research Skills - You have extensive experience, at least 2 years, in financial and statistical analysis for business, including analysis of quarterly and annual financial reports. Your general analytical and mathematical problem-solving skills are excellent. You are highly adept at data manipulation through Microsoft Excel.
Writing Experience - You are an excellent writer and have business writing experience, including writing research reports and articles for an executive level business audience.
Communication Skills - You are comfortable interacting with CEO's and top executives of business organizations to learn and understand their agenda and determine what research will be of most use to them in solving business problems. You are able to communicate the results of your research both in writing and orally to business executives in a succinct and compelling manner.
Visualization of data - You have excellent judgment about when to use various chart types, tables and diagrams and are highly skilled in using Microsoft Excel and/or other software to create such graphics to communicate key research findings. You have a keen eye for visual detail. Your final work product has a finished look.
Flexibility - What you don't already know, you are eager to learn. You enjoy challenges. You are not intimidated by software related to research and can pick up new skills as needed.
Intelligence - You can investigate and answer unfamiliar questions through original and creative analyses that generate perceptive value-added insight.
Business Experience - You've spent two or more years working in positions conducting significant quantitative and qualitative business research and analysis.
Vision - You can see both the forest and the trees and can master the details that need to be delivered in the short term while keeping the big picture in mind and focusing on the most critical elements for long-term success.
Execution Oriented - You get the right stuff done day-in and day-out. You meet every deadline. You've achieved significant results fast, and you can prove it with hard facts from previous jobs.
People want to work with you again. They respect you, they trust you and they learn from you. Everyone knows that you're a problem solver. Challenges get met when you're around. You're comfortable working in a flexible team environment and are eager to lend a hand as needed. You own up to mistakes quickly. You pull your own weight and you do it with a smile.
A major plus would be experience in or with one or more of the following:
Bachelors or Masters degree
Work experience related to healthcare staffing and/or healthcare workforce solutions
Work experience in healthcare, especially as an analyst
Work experience related to HR, procurement, or contingent workforce management
Work experience with an analyst firm (e.g. Gartner, IDC, Forrester, etc.) or management consulting firm (e.g. McKinsey, Bain, BCG, etc.)
Familiarity with SIA research
Data analysis using python
This position is exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not eligible for overtime pay.
Founded in 1989, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. Our proprietary research covers all categories of employed and non-employed work including temporary staffing, independent contracting and other types of contingent labor. SIA's independent and objective analysis provides insights into the services and suppliers operating in the workforce solutions ecosystem, including staffing firms, managed service providers, recruitment process outsourcers, payrolling/compliance firms and talent acquisition technology specialists such as vendor management systems, online staffing platforms, crowdsourcing and online work services. We also provide training and accreditation with our unique Certified Contingent Workforce Professional (CCWP) program.
Known for our award-winning content, data, support tools, publications, executive conferences and events, we help both suppliers and buyers of workforce solutions make better-informed decisions that improve business results and minimize risk. As a division of the international business media company, Crain Communications Inc., SIA is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with offices in London, England.
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