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Junior Product Analyst

Hessle, HU13
£9.50 - £10.77 per hour



The Humber Internships Programme (HIP) offers 12-week internships and is a great way to make an impact, gain invaluable industry knowledge and start making your mark.

If you’re aged 18+, live in Hull, East Riding, North or North East Lincolnshire and are studying full-time or have graduated at degree level (or equivalent) a HIP internship could be the perfect fit for you.

To ensure you are eligible, please register with a Careers Consultant before applying for this vacancy by clicking the “View Internship” button

**Please note due to the limited time remaining on this project, we are now only accepting general enquiries from those available to work full-time immediately. Post graduate students should enquire only if they want to apply for a specific HIP part-time role.**

**Full-Time Graduate Opportunity**

Bridgit Care

Role Title:

Junior Product Analyst


Hessle, HU13

Hourly Rate:

£9.50 – £10.77


37.5 Hours per week


12 weeks initial internship, with a view to turn permanent if successful

Overview of Opportunity

  • Bridgit Care believe that unpaid Carers are the most important people involved in our health
  • Bridgit develop different types of technology to support family carers, from devices to help with remote monitoring, to an online software platform designed to help carers in their caring roles and own lives – “We care for you, so you can care for them.”
  • Reporting directly to Bridgit Cares founder, the support analyst will join a small team at Bridgit Care providing support across a number of functions and projects
  • The Junior Product Analyst role will provide an opportunity to develop and learn about the product development lifecycle, from requirements, through to design, development and support
  • This will be a client facing role and will require the candidate to be flexible with the ability to work at times with limited supervision after initial training period

Role Description

  • Project Co-ordination – Updating project plans with status on product developments, and co-ordinating activities with team and clients
  • Product Support – Providing remote support for external clients using provided software tools and training
  • Product Testing – liaising internally to escalate potential queries or issues appropriately with the technical lead
  • Product Design – Completing sessions with users to confirm requirements, and develop product wireframes for solution enhancements
  • Product Portfolio – Learning and understanding Bridgit Care portfolio of services
  • Industry Expertise – Keeping UpToDate with latest developments in the industry (new products, software and updates)

Skills and Experience (Essential):

  • Previous experience working with customers
  • A positive and flexible attitude
  • Business acumen – a good understanding of business
  • Creativity in finding solutions
  • Critical and logical thinking
  • Enjoy experimenting with data
  • Attention to detail
  • Proactive idea sharing combined with out-of-the-box thinking
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Attention to detail with a focus on accuracy
  • Strong interpersonal skills

Skills and Experience (Desirable):

  • Creative experience with design tools (e.g. Adobe)
  • Experience working in User Interface Design
  • Understanding of the Health & Social Care System
  • Previous exposure to a role as an unpaid family carer (e.g. Looking after friend, family or neighbour)


  • Finalist or graduate in Computer Science or STEM, Marketing or Business Studies
  • Related subject to be considered with demonstrable skills of the above

Potential for Permanent Employment (if applicable):

  • Yes, this role has the opportunity to turn permanent if initial internship deemed successful

Permission to work in the UK

All applicants must be authorised to work in the UK.

Please include one of the following statements in your CV or covering letter when applying for this role.

  • I am eligible to work in the UK without restriction
  • I am eligible to work in the UK with restriction
  • I have no eligibility to work in the UK in the post applied for and would need a Certificate of Sponsorship or other permission in order to take up employment



The project has received £900,000.00 of funding from the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions is the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations. For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding


37.5 Hours per week


Initial 12-week internship
  • Deadline for responses 12 February 2023

Job is closed

Applications are currently closed for this job.