Do you want to work as part of an innovative and evolving organisation and concept? Do you want to use your skills to improve the chances of those in need?  ICSF works with the world’s most promising social solutions, and are seeking an Analyst to work with a range of for-purpose partners.

The post holder will join the UK consultancy team, proactively supporting with report writing, high quality analysis, project coordination and briefing notes to ensure effective engagement with clients. They will be responsible for collating, interpreting and reporting on complex information around strategy, business models, financial modelling and social impact. The position demands a methodical yet flexible approach to work seamlessly across a diverse portfolio of national and international projects and will require you to deliver at a consistently high standard.

This role requires an enthusiastic self-starter who will possess exceptional attention to detail and the initiative to understand and get involved in all aspects of this growing organisation. Educated to degree level or equivalent, you will be an excellent communicator with the ability to listen and see the bigger picture.

Role description

  • Deliver high quality analysis to support the replication of proven social projects in a range of sectors, such as healthcare and sustainable energy
  • Assist in consultancy projects across the private, public and social sector, including, but not limited to:
    • Preparing and participating in workshops with clients
    • Developing financial models
    • Conducting interviews and focus groups with clients and beneficiaries
    • Writing reports for clients and internal use
    • Gathering desk-based background and market research
  • Build and maintain ICSF’s knowledge and resources
  • Provide support to the ICSF team, including some administrative tasks
  • Willing to travel within the UK and internationally, as needed

We are a small organisation undergoing significant growth and there are opportunities to be involved in different areas. If candidates have relevant experience, the above role description can be modified to cover more complex tasks/ further responsibility.

Experience required and person specification

  • Educated to degree level
  • Self-starter who is enthusiastic and flexible
  • Organised, methodical and attentive to detail
  • Willingness to ‘pitch in’ and work as a team, but with the ability to work effectively independently where required
  • Strong communication skills – able to take complex information and communicate it to others succinctly
  • Personal commitment to the social sector
  • Experience of working in an office environment
  • Desirable criteria: previous consultancy experience

Other details

  • Salary: £25,000 per annum. Salary may be negotiable dependent on previous consultancy experience
  • Work location is Kings Cross, London with the potential for international travel
  • Starting as soon as possible
  • You will need existing permission to work in the UK
  • Take a look at the job description for further info

Deadline and interview dates

  • Deadline for application: Monday 17th April 2017, midnight
  • Shortlisting: Wednesday 19th April 2017
  • Screening phone calls: Tuesday 25th – Thursday 27th April 2017
  • Interview day: Wednesday 3rd May 2017
  • Back-up Interview day: Thursday 4th May 2017

How to apply

To make an application please email with the following two attached documents:

  1. A covering letter that:
    • Addresses ALL the points in the role description and person specification
    • Explains why you are the right person for the role
    • Outlines where you heard about the job and when you could start
  1. An up-to-date CV, ideally no more than two pages long

If you have any questions about the role, please email