Intelligence and Analysis Officer

  • Location
    Barking, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 22.46 - £ 24.1 / Hourly
  • Category
    Public Sector - Public Sector Projects & Programmes
  • Job type
    Temporary contract
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Intelligence and Analysis Officer to join a public sector organisation based in East London.

The post holder will have a senior role in the Performance and Intelligence Unit and will be responsible for leading on complex data analysis and playing a pivotal role in ensuring that the commissioning of care and support services is robustly needs-led.

The post holder will ensure that complex data analysis is collated, accurate and presented in a variety of ways that are accessible to a range of audiences and will be expected to make use of infographic and data-visualisation techniques to achieve this.

The successful applicant will have proven experience within performance and intelligence is essential, the successful applicant will have extensive experience of using performance, intelligence data and evidence to drive service transformation or change and improved outcomes. The successful applicant will also have experience on leading the analysis and interpretation of complex data to provide clear and meaningful recommendations.

Key duties will include:

  • To lead on turning data into meaningful local information, enhancing intelligence capacity to enable the organisation to become needs-led in the development and commissioning of care and support services, including public health

  • Lead on the collection of information from a variety of sources, including other departments, local databases and by means of specific requests and through the electronic transfer of data from partners

  • Analyse and interpret data in order to optimise services for residents and undertake research and data analysis, which will lead to improvements/change in service performance across Public Health and Care and Support

  • Develop and undertake qualitative and quantitative research projects to support the continuous roll out of a programme of population needs assessments

  • Ensure that needs assessments, statistical analyses and research findings are interpreted appropriately and work closely with commissioners to ensure that commissioning strategies are shaped around the findings from needs assessments

  • Produce and present written reports for a wide range of audiences

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