Business System Analyst

  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Worthing, UK
  • 03 Jun, 2019
Higher Apprenticeship Business & Admin Pharmaceuticals

Job Description

Do you have a passion for data, system support and working with customers in a
leading pharmaceutical company? Business System Analyst Apprenticeship could be
for you!

You will develop skills that are key to maintaining the quality and efficiency of the business.
Our values remain our source of pride: Patient focus, Transparency, Respect and Integrity.
To thrive in an ever-changing world and achieve our purpose, we need to adapt some of our
behaviours to keep us competitive, all while staying true to our values. That’s why we have
our four expectations: Courage, Accountability, Development and Teamwork.
Putting our values and expectations at the heart of everything we do, we become a high
performing team. One that works together to achieve our goal, in the right way.!

Achieve your career goals on our apprentice programme.

You’ll receive tailored on-the-job training from our in-house experts, combined with early
responsibility to help you develop and progress. The apprenticeship is 3 years long and
you’ll be working towards a
 Level 3 as a Customer Service Specialist followed by
 Level 4 as a Data Analyst (equivalent to a foundation degree).

With the potential to go on to complete a Data Scientist degree.

Working with both your line and programme manager, we want to identify the right
opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us. You
will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance
throughout your apprenticeship.

What will you do?

You will work within a Global Shared Service Team and will gain business knowledge at the
manufacturing site combining on-the-job learning with a programme of training and
development. Your role will involve:

 Experience working within a variety of departments
 Providing a high level service for our customers globally. These services will include
user support and consultancy, data maintenance, checking data and data extraction
for quality critical data.
 Delivering effective and efficient systems support.
 Develop a good understanding of GSK data system (SAP) and how it links with
business processes.
 Provide and review key daily metrics.
 Working with a range of people (customers on site and sites across the globe).
 Working collaboratively with colleagues across business units including shared
services, logistics and production.

 Communicating effectively in a variety of situations.

Why you?

Do you want to work for a world class pharmaceutical company? Do you want to help save
lives? Do you want to help develop new life changing medicines? Using your expertise in
data and customer service to help our patients and consumer do more, feel better and live
longer!
If this sounds like you, please apply.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our Business Systems Analyst apprenticeship programme, you will need:
 to have achieved a minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent, at grade 5 or higher and
include English, Maths and Science.

Where will you be based?
At our Worthing manufacturing site.

When does the apprenticeship start?
Our apprentices start in September 2019

Benefits include:
 A competitive base salary
 An annual bonus
 Benefit programmes benchmarked against industry standards
 A recognition programme to reward exceptional work by you and your team
 A performance and development programme
 Training and Development (including opportunities to attend events such as the
Outward Bound)
 A nationally recognised qualification

How can you apply?
Applications are now open.
https://uk.gsk.com/en-gb/careers/apprenticeships/advanced-and-higher-
apprenticeships/business-systems-analyst-apprenticeship/

We’re 100% open to all talent

We’re 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, colour,
race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK
from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can better serve the diversity of our patients
and consumers and also, because it’s the right thing to do.