To apply, you will need (or be working towards) a first class or 2:1 degree in a numerate subject. Applicants will typically be studying Operational Research, Mathematics, Physics or Management Sciences, though they may apply from a variety of backgrounds.
GORS follows Cabinet Office guidance on Nationality and Immigration requirements. Please ensure you meet the criteria before applying.
Salary and Benefits
The starting Salary for GORS Fast Stream Analysts ranges between £25,000 and £27,000. You will receive around 25 days' holiday per year in addition to public and privilege holidays, and have access to a competitive pension scheme. Many departments across the Civil Service also offer flexible working hours and job share opportunities.
As a GORS Fast Stream Analyst you will initially be allocated to a department based on current vacancies and your preferred location. You will change posts or be allocated to a different department every 12-18 months in order to help you develop a wide range of skills and experience. GORS Fast Stream Analysts are normally expected to progress to Senior OR Analyst level within 3-5 years, and develop the potential to reach the Senior Civil Service.
You will need to complete the application process through the Fast Stream website. This will include an application form, an on-line verbal reasoning test and a numerical test. If successful you will be invited to an open day and then an Operational Research Assessment Centre (ORAC). The ORAC will include a variety of tests and interviews to assess your Operational Research capability. The final stage or the process is the Fast Stream Assessment Centre where you will complete further Fast Stream exercises.
How to Apply
Please use the following link:http://faststream.civilservice.gov.uk/The-Fast-Streams/Analytical-Fast-Stream/Operational-Research-Fast-Stream/
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