Your career journey
Analysys Mason will support you on your way to the top. You will have the opportunity to shape your career according to your interests and desires.
Whether you join us on the consulting, research or support side of our business, your career trajectory will be based on merit, and we will encourage you to take on tasks that are associated with the next career grade as soon as you are ready.
Some offices hire interns regularly, whereas others consider internship opportunities on a case-by-case basis, often based on project pipelines. Register your interest for an internship here, and we will get back to you when an opportunity opens.
Our interns play an active role in our projects. If all goes well, interns often have the opportunity to take up a permanent position with us, either straight after the internship or after completing studies.
My internship at Analysys Mason gave me a good first insight into the world of consulting outside of university, so I was glad that I could return to Analysys Mason as a working student while pursuing my graduate degree in mathematics. I am currently helping to define and monitor processes at a financial institution. I learn new things every day and am delighted to do so in this quirky and flexible team.
Our graduates immediately become core members of our teams and are directly involved in delivering client engagements. They regularly work with members of the senior leadership team and receive continuous mentoring. They are part of our international team of consultants and have the opportunity to collaborate on projects across the world.
The typical responsibilities of a graduate consultant include:
- conducting high-quality research to collect data
- carrying out quantitative and qualitative analysis of that data
- modeling and forecasting trends using software such as Excel
- providing critical analysis and making actionable recommendations
- preparing presentations and supporting the team with deliverables
- liaising with external stakeholders to conduct interviews and collect data.
The team is warm and has taken an active interest in my development, despite the pandemic. I have been trusted to perform core research and analysis and deliver outputs for international projects, including for major transactions for highly reputable clients. I appreciate that my efforts are recognised.
As an Associate Consultant, I had the opportunity to advise operators and TMT investors on some of the most important topics on their agendas, including business planning, corporate strategy and transaction support, through comprehensive industry research, modelling and insight generation.
As an Associate Consultant, I gained unmatched insights into the global telecoms industry by contributing to projects through tasks such as desk research, quantitative analysis and report writing.
As an Associate Consultant, I worked on various types of national and international projects. I supported my enthusiastic and experienced team members with data collection, modelling and analysis.
In my role as Associate Consultant, I have been able to work on a wide variety of projects across the telecoms industry with colleagues and clients both locally and internationally. I have developed skills across multiple disciplines. This has been my first job since graduating and I have been given ample support to grow and succeed in the role.
Our experienced consultants play a significant role in delivering our projects. They often lead workstreams, manage small projects and coach our graduate consultants. Our project teams rely on their analytical and strategic skills, which are essential to the successful delivery of our projects.
The typical responsibilities of an experienced consultant include:
- developing frameworks to execute projects
- building and defining analytical models
- applying these models to data and analysing the results
- managing workstreams and small projects.
As a Consultant, I have worked on a number of major transaction support projects, where my main responsibilities have been to review operators’ business plans and network architecture. I have also built a comprehensive model for the European Investment Bank to estimate the financial requirements of improving mobile networks in rural EU27 countries; for this project, we have been invited to present our findings to the European Commission.
Working at Analysys Mason allows me to get exposure to various sectors across the TMT industry. The tasks that I face everyday are undoubtedly challenging, but are exciting, meaningful and rewarding at the same time.
As a Consultant, I work on a wide range of different projects around the world covering many different topics. I define and carry out key analysis for projects and then extract insights and conclusions with support from senior colleagues. I also provide guidance for more junior staff.
As a Consultant, I usually lead workstreams including market sizing or business planning; I also manage small projects. My role has given me the chance to experience project management and allows me to have ownership over a complete process.
Our Managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of projects, including structuring solutions, managing project teams and synthesising outputs to ensure the successful delivery of the project. They interact with everyone on the project team; this includes guiding and coaching junior staff and engaging with the leadership team and the clients.
The typical responsibilities of a Manager include:
- leading the day-to-day execution of projects
- developing tailor-made solutions and work plans within projects
- guiding and developing Consultants
- leading client management and interaction.
Our leadership team plays a key role in selling and delivering projects to clients. This includes developing relationships with both existing and new clients.
Our senior leaders are experts in one or more areas of the TMT sector, and are responsible for setting up the strategic direction of their offices, teams or practice areas.
The typical responsibilities of a member of the leadership team include:
- generating opportunities and leading the development of proposals
- leading complex projects with large teams of experienced and junior consultants
- developing specialist focus areas and building our intellectual property (IP) in these areas
- overseeing staff development and upholding a collaborative culture.
If you are a graduate, you will join our research team as a Research Analyst.
Our research graduate scheme will give you the opportunity to work in several of our research practices, thereby allowing you to understand what we do as a company and how we play a significant role in the TMT sector. This scheme has a strong track record of laying early career foundations and developing skilled industry analysts.
The typical responsibilities of a Research Analyst include:
- collecting data via extensive desk-based research
- Excel modelling and forecasting including working with and manipulating large data sets
- researching market developments to identify trends and draw conclusions about the future of these developments
- writing short reports on industry topics, including country and regional forecast reports.
As a Research Analyst, I was involved in a wide range of tasks including data collection, modelling, forecasting, report writing and presenting. I also learnt about the latest developments in the telecoms world and worked with some of the most influential analysts in the field.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of being a Research Analyst is having the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills such as report writing, data modelling and market trend analysis. Working on various projects that cover trending topics in the TMT industry while collaborating with a team of bright and enthusiastic colleagues makes the experience all the more exciting!
Candidates with experience in a research or analyst role in the TMT sector are likely to join us as an Analyst or Senior Analyst.
Our experienced analysts work with the team to produce original and engaging research content on hot topics (link to trending section on corporate website) in the TMT industry. They develop specialist knowledge by tracking industry developments and companies’ strategies. Building peer relationships with thought leaders in the industry is an important aspect of the role.
The typical responsibilities of an experienced analyst include:
- writing original research content on specific topics
- analysing data and formulating a qualitative opinion on the basis of that analysis
- becoming an expert on the industry’s hot topics
- interacting with clients and building peer relationships within the industry.
As a Senior Analyst, I analyse key telecoms players and markets around the world by collecting and modeling data and forecasting trends as part of a highly competent, enthusiastic, international team.
As a Senior Analyst covering the Middle East and Africa, I track and comment on telecoms developments in rapidly growing and contrasting markets. I also engage with research and consulting colleagues to help clients in the region to identify their customers’ needs, assess market challenges and evaluate the competition.
My main responsibility as a Senior Analyst is to prepare forecasts for key telecoms indicators and edit detailed forecast reports in which I analyse factors such as operators’ strategies, market competition and the economic environment.
Our Principal Analysts have a strong reputation in the TMT sector. They are leading thinkers in the industry and share their expertise at events around the world. They are responsible for creating content, and work with other analysts to ensure that these pieces are planned in line with overall objectives. Our Principal Analysts also manage and help our junior analysts to develop their skills and careers.
The typical responsibilities of a Principal Analyst include:
- managing and delivering one or more research programmes
- building up thought leadership and creating original and high-quality content
- managing and setting the direction of a team
- attending and presenting at industry events.
Our leadership team plays a key role in setting the direction of our research division and identifying the hot industry topics. They have world-leading expertise in one or more areas of the TMT sector. They also play a key role in developing relationships with existing and new clients, and it is their responsibility to develop and enhance their teams, and to train the next generation of experts.
Our support teams ensure the smooth running and continued operational success of our business worldwide.
We have the following established, international teams:
- Digital Technology Solutions
- Finance and Project Office
- Human Resources
- Office Administration, Facilities and Travel
The learning culture and the spirit of career development and advancement that runs throughout the organisation does not stop with our consultants and analysts. All support teams employees also have access to tailored development programmes, internal and external training and qualification opportunities.
Each support team is formed of individuals who have progressed through the Analysys Mason ranks from junior positions into management roles as well as experienced hires that can provide fresh perspectives and expertise.
We do not have a particular hiring cycle for positions within our support teams; instead, opportunities are listed as they become available. Get in touch with our recruitment team to find out more.
Being part of the HR team at Analysys Mason is really rewarding. The team is fairly small and I get to be part of the full employee lifecycle. The work is interesting and varied, and no two days are the same! I really enjoy working with and learning from colleagues from our international offices.
I joined Analysys Mason’s marketing team in July 2018 and instantly felt like an integral part of the business. Working in one Analysys Mason’s support services means that I play a fundamental part in ensuring the continued operational success of the company. This gives me a great amount of satisfaction. There are many things I like about working at Analysys Mason, but if I had to pick a few favourites I would choose the exposure that you get to international colleagues, the size of the company, the can-do culture and the general friendliness and helpfulness of the people that you work with.
Analysys Mason is a fantastic place to work, and the people are great. My colleagues are always extremely supportive and helpful, and you get a real sense that the company cares about you as an individual.
I was immediately given responsibility when I started at Analysys Mason because the Finance team is central to the global success of the business. The company invests in you as a person. The opportunity to learn and develop is exciting, and I very much look forward to continuing my progress and journey within this truly global enterprise.
Working at Analysys Mason has been a rewarding experience. I was welcomed by the Finance team with open arms and was immediately given responsibility over some of the company’s core activities while being provided with all the resources and guidance I needed. I would never have expected such a friendly and supportive environment.
I changed jobs during the pandemic, which was strange, but one thing that stood out for me from day one was just how friendly and helpful my colleagues are around the world. The company is expanding geographically and working with all of the offices helps you to build life experience and cultural understanding. No two days are the same and the opportunity to grow your skills and expand your career are endless!
I joined Analysys Mason in the midst of the pandemic. I was welcomed, went through an inspiring and informative induction and given everything that I required, all while everyone was navigating remote working, social distancing and ever-changing COVID-19 protocols. Now I am fulfilled and fascinated and am facilitating Facilities with a friendly, flexible and focused team!