Intelligence and Performance Manager

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £25.00/Hour
  • Category
    IT - Business Intelligence
  • Job type
    Contractor
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference
    JN-052020-129961

JOB TITLE: Intelligence & Performance Manager
LOCATION: Tower Hamlets
PAY RATE: £25 per hour
START DATE: 16/06/2020
DURATION: 3 months initially
IR35 STATUS: Inside



We are looking for an experienced public health intelligence professional who is able to lead on the production of intelligence as part of our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment programme.


The successful applicant will be able to use a range of advanced statistical and analytical techniques to extract insights from data to inform service planning and commissioning. We are looking for someone who has experience of line management and is familiar with children's services. Knowledge of performance management in a local government setting would be an advantage.



All applicants are expected to demonstrate how they meet the criteria listed below.



KNOWLEDGE:


An expert understanding of the national and local context for and operations of public health and children's services, including education, children's social care, and safeguarding.


An expert understanding of statutory, policy and regulatory frameworks with regard to the services named above.


Advanced analytical and numerical skills and a demonstrable ability to work with complex datasets.



EXPERIENCE:



  • Experience of managing performance management, intelligence and data quality arrangements and operations in a high performing team.

  • Ability to produce information for external regulators including for inspection.

  • Experience of data protection and safeguarding frameworks.

  • Ability to analyse a range of data, including the use of statistical techniques, to support evidence based decision making for commissioning, service design and strategy development.

  • Deploy a range of problem solving skills with a proven ability to achieve results.

  • Interpret complex guidance and legislation and convey requirements in an easy and understandable format.

  • Experience of epidemiology approaches to support the planning and development of public health priorities including accounting for the public health competency framework

  • Ability to provide an expert lead in two or more of the following areas:


    • GIS mapping

    • HES/SUS databases

    • Health Impact Assessments

    • Data visualisation techniques


  • Health economic analysis Experience of supporting the development of the JSNA process, working closely with staff across the council, CCG, CSU and partnership.

  • Experience of using a range of software and systems relevant to the designated specialism in support of data extraction, manipulation, analysis, presentation and submission, for example: Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Excel, Access); ARCGIS, Covalent/Pentana, R, Power BI











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Please apply with your CV to: Emily Day