Mobile Network Analyst
- Company: BT
- Location: Bristol
- Closing Date: 30-06-2022
Our network is at the heart of everything we do; from sending a text, to air traffic control systems. It’s constantly evolving, and we’re at the forefront of technology for the next generation of cutting-edge mobile networks and services. As a Mobile Networks Analyst, you’ll ensure our customers are at the heart of everything we do, having mobile network coverage, capacity, and services where and when they need it.
As a Mobile Network Analyst, you’ll work in our Network Capacity teams, monitoring and understanding our mobile Radio Access Network (RAN), providing data insights, strategic requirements, design and operational requirements to help plan and deliver our network rollout; enabling us to provide our customers the best possible service, without incurring unnecessary cost.
You’ll be using a range of different forecasting techniques to identify and predict trends and patterns in data that will help deliver even better services for the future.
Don’t worry, we don’t expect you to know how to do all this right away. We’ll teach you job specific skills, that’ll help you develop a detailed understanding of mobile network technologies, platforms, and other emerging technologies to enable the extraction and manipulation of key data. You’ll also have the opportunity to present your data analysis as part of the Radio Access Network (RAN) planning team..
You’ll be doing real work from day one, learning new skills and techniques to really build your career. By the end of your apprenticeship, you’ll be able to help the business make decisions through your research and insights.
About the apprenticeship you’ll study for
As a Mobile Network Data Analyst, you’ll study for a Level 6 apprenticeship in Digital & Technology Solutions – Data Analyst. This is an apprenticeship degree course, meaning if you complete the course successfully, you’ll receive a degree from one of our partner universities.
- The degree course runs for four years and is a work-based learning degree.
- You’ll spend a minimum of 20% of your time learning and studying.
You’ll need to achieve three A-Levels, with a minimum of AAB grades, with at least one STEM subject. You’ll also need four GCSEs at grades 4-9 (C or above) including English and Maths. Equivalent qualifications are accepted.