Formed in 2008, Carterwood is a multi-award-winning consultancy dedicated to social care. Its team of specialists provide independent, expert analysis that helps operators, developers, and investors to improve decision-making within the elderly care home and older people’s ...
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Want to know what working at Carterwood is like? Here's Nick Evans (trainee data engineer) to give you his take:
"A day in the life at Carterwood for me is all about the data.
"Working as a data engineer, a typical day could involve managing data uploads and updates, writing SQL scripts, maintaining and developing our database systems in order to support our applications and working with the analyst team to ensure they have the best data resources for producing our core advisory reports.
"In this fast paced and rewarding environment, I rely on my attention to detail, methodical approach and technical skills to succeed within the team at Carterwood, where there is always lots to accomplish."
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Want to know what working at Carterwood is like? Here's Aishling Barrett (principal analyst) to give you her take:
"A day in the life at Carterwood for me is varied and fast paced! Working as a principal analyst and care home report writer, I have the opportunity to work with lots of different members of the team and have input into many different parts of our core advisory work.
"A normal day for me could include analysing site-specific demographic data, maintaining our internal high-quality databases, providing our clients with valuable recommendations and advice, or supporting my colleagues across the close-knit analyst team.
"No two days are the same, requiring me to be organised in my time management but also flexible in my approach. I love that every day is slightly different, and I love the challenge - I don’t think I would be as happy in a job that didn’t give me as much to think about!"
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