Data Analyst

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 15 - £ 25 / Hour
  • Category
    IT - IT
  • Job type
    Contractor
  • Industry
    IT and Telecoms
  • External Reference
    JN-032020-122456

JOB TITLE: Data Analyst
LOCATION: Richmond, Greater London
START DATE: ASAP
DURATION: 12 months (3 monthly rolling)
HOURS: 27 hours per week
IR35 STATUS: Inside



OVERVIEW:



* Collating and analysing regular performance data, investigating discrepancies within data.
* Supporting operational teams to improve data quality.
* Producing a range of routine performance reports.
* Supporting the delivery of national reporting requirements.
* Using web-based business intelligence tools and applications such as Business Objects and Power BI to help tell a story with our data.

Flexible working arrangements are available and exact hours to be worked will be agreed with the successful candidate.

The successful candidate will need to be motivated, enjoy new challenges, have an eye for detail and have very good analytical, IT, and communication skills.
Knowledge of Adult Social Care Performance Frameworks would be an advantage but is not essential.
We are looking for someone who will be able to work individually and as part of a team and have an ability to prioritise their work within a supportive framework.



Specific Duties and Responsibilities:



  1. To analyse and interpret statistical data to inform the needs of the service, providing accurate and timely management information to support local and national performance measures and targets.



  1. To undertake benchmarking and to collate data relevant to planning future services, including researching and collating demographic information, national statistics on care provision and other information as required.



  1. To carry out, manage and analyse the annual Department of Health service user and carer surveys.



  1. To actively promote data quality and the use of accurate management information within Adults. This may include conducting briefings and training sessions as appropriate.



  1. To provide information that supports the commissioning, market-testing and contract management of services including producing data to inform service reviews, commissioning programmes and contract monitoring.



  1. To contribute towards producing accurate and timely social care statutory returns required by the Department of Health and Information Centre.



  1. To contribute towards equalities monitoring, freedom of information requests and ensure compliance with data protection procedures.



  1. To advise and support managers on relevant matters affecting the service



  1. To ensure that the services for both Councils are dealt with on an equitable basis to deliver the standards required for each, as agreed annually by the Executives of both Councils.



  1. To contribute as required to performance review and improvement measures on an ongoing basis, helping to ensure that a customer focus is embedded within the function and innovative and creative solutions are evaluated to securing the highest quality and value for money function.



  1. To contribute as required to change programmes within the service



  1. To work as required in ways that develop good working relations and collaborative arrangements with internal and external stakeholders.











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Please apply with your CV to: Emily Day