Data Analyst

  • Location
    Lewes, East Sussex
  • Salary
  • Category
    IT - Database Adminstrator
  • Job type
  • Industry
    IT and Telecoms
  • External Reference

JOB TITLE: Data Lead
LOCATION: Working from home, occasional travel to Sussex required
PAY RATE: £450 per day Umbrella
DURATION 3 month rolling contract
IR35 STATUS: Inside


The Sussex Integrated Dataset (SID) has been established to improve the quality of health, well-being and care across the Sussex Health and Care Partnership (SCHP) as part of the Our Care Connected Programme, which forms part of the wider Integrated Care System's Digital Ambition. There is an increasing need to share and link data between partner organisations within the SHCP to ensure that the health and social care needs of the Sussex population can be managed in a more coordinated way and to support better understanding of the connections and interdependencies between health and social care services with the aim of improving patient outcomes by linking health and care data held across the Sussex system.

Our Care Connected gives health and care professionals and local people in Sussex shared online access to records and data through three digital enabler projects:

  • Sussex Integrated Dataset, used to analyse how local health and care services can be better designed and delivered for improved patient outcomes.

  • My Health & Care Record, to help people stay well, increase independence and manage a condition or treatment.

  • Plexus is an e-record platform for GPs, hospital and community teams.

Aim of the Role

Provide expert data analysis services and outputs deriving from the Sussex Integrated Dataset (SID). Working within the SID central team the post holder will assist in the processing of data from various data providers, transform and aggregate the data to enable efficient and accurate reporting and support data reporters in their interrogations of the SID database.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Using SQL data mining techniques to extract information from large and varied data sets and identify correlations and patterns

  • Organising, transforming and optimising information into comprehensible structures

  • Using data to predict trends and answer common requirements in the customer base and the consumer population as a whole

  • Performing statistical analysis of data

  • Using tools and techniques to visualise data in easy-to-understand formats, such as diagrams and graphs

  • Preparing reports and presenting these to management or clients

  • Monitoring data quality and removing corrupt data

  • Communicating with stakeholders to understand data content and requirements

  • Ensure compliance with all confidentiality and governance requirements within the department

  • Be a champion for best practice, ensuring that quality and outcomes are the focus of all work undertaken.

Skills & experience required:

  • Excellent interpersonal and customer relationship skills

  • Excellent numeracy and literacy skills

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • SQL: Excellent knowledge of SQL database including structuring and manipulation of data

  • Big data: Strong knowledge of big data and the integration of multiple datasets

  • ELT: Strong knowledge of Extract/Load/Transform processes and techniques

  • SQL Server

  • Power BI and Tableau

  • Health Care/Medical data

  • Cloud technologies: Strong knowledge of cloud-based systems and frameworks

  • Python: Strong knowledge of programming language and SQL loading techniques

  • Current techniques in SQL Data Warehousing

  • Understanding of information sharing and GDPR

  • Experience handling and analysing datasets from a variety of sources e.g. primary care clinical systems, financial systems, postcode files etc.

  • Experience presenting analysis in a variety of formats to a variety of different audiences.

  • Experience using SQL Trace and other optimisation tools

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