Management and Information Systems Officer

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 26.6 - £ 34.43 / Hourly
  • Category
    IT - Database Adminstrator
  • Job type
  • Industry
    IT and Telecoms
  • External Reference

JOB TITLE: Management Information & Systems Officer
LOCATION: Ealing, West London
DURATION: 3 month rolling contract
PAY RATE: £20.11 PAYE / £26.03 Umbrella per hour
IR35 STATUS: Inside


  • To make a major contribution in defining and development of data and systems to meet the objectives of Children services

  • To provide comprehensive data/information for the development of the needs and business analysis for the Children services

  • To make a major contribution to the LA's ability to use data to drive strategies, projects, identify priorities and evaluate progress.

  • Responsibility for the collection of accurate performance information to fulfil the statutory obligation of the department to Central Government for information requirements; and to demonstrate that the Children and Families and Adults Social Care is meeting nationally prescribed targets which will secure on going funding and support the efficient use of resources.

  • Define and determine performance improvement within the service, with particular relevance to raising achievement


  1. To be responsible for defining and developing data and systems and reporting arrangements for the Innovation Programme

  2. To provide advice and support the Innovation Programme on all aspects of data and systems in order to meet the business, operational and project objectives

  3. Ability to interpret business and operation requirements translate into technical and data specifications and solutions for the Innovation Programme

  4. To provide high quality data, analysis, summaries for senior management, programme manager/s and other stakeholders within limited timescales

  5. 5Assist in the planning and implementation of data and systems configurations.

  6. Collection, interpretation and presentation, both verbally and in written form, to the Performance Management Board, project Boards and other forums, of data in relation council and service initiatives and projects.

  7. To support the collection, organisation and analysis of all forms of performance information, with the aim of improving the quality and effectiveness of the work of the Children's and Families and Adult Social Care.

  8. To support and ensure that the department and Council's Senior Management Teams quarterly and annual report deadlines are met and that the statistical returns are an accurate reflection of the work of the Children's and Families and Adult Social Care, legislative requirements and the Single inspection framework.

  9. To be responsible for the overseeing of the quality assurance of management information and provide accurate and timely management information reports to given deadlines.

  10. To ensure the quality and accuracy of all information inputted and collected

  11. To have a full working knowledge of all aspects of the client information systems MOSAIC including the ability to run searches and queries on data as required.

  12. Liaison and collaborative working with computer system and software providers, support services and data analysis staff in other departments and organisations to maintain the flow of management information. In particular, managing the complex interface between council supported IT services, the external software providers, and the Department and Council's Senior Management Teams.

  13. 13. Undertake necessary action to support the implementation of the e-government agenda, the linking of the Department of Children, Schools and Families (DCSF)/Department of Health (DH), Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), and any other information technology developments.

  14. Responsibility for the effective practice quality assurance process, other inspections, audits and internal monitoring processes.

  15. To analyse the training needs and provide exception reporting in any aspects of the MOSAIC system to ensure that Managers and Practitioners have the ability to input data correctly.

  16. To provide regular information relating to the performance of the Children and Families and Adult Social Care against performance targets, Children and Families and Adult Social Care Plan targets as well as targets identified as best practice.

  17. To provide the Head of Services with data and written information reports as requested.

  18. In consultation with the Head of Service, Deputy Head of Service and practitioners to originate, review and amend policy and procedures documents within the Children and Families and Adult Social Care in the light of legislative and other developments.

  19. To assist with the implementation and use of Secure e Mail within the Children and Families and Adult Social Care and to liaise with Service Ealing

  20. To provide a link with Children's Services for the implementation of the Integrated Children's Services system, and for Adults the internet data collection system held by DH

  21. To provide necessary advice and guidance on performance data and information matters in relation to legislation, policy and procedure

  22. To maintain the Children and Families and Adult Social Care performance data and information databases, and train Children and Families and Adult Social Care workers in operating the systems, in order to ensure that aggregate data supplied from the system is correct. To provide written and data reports as required.

  23. To maintain and produce policy and procedural documents, to check adherence to these policies and to National Standards, and to help promote the operations of the Children and Families and Adult Social Care to the wider community.

  24. To assist with setting up, implementing, monitoring and reviewing of data collection and administrative systems associated with existing and new Children and Families and Adult Social Care initiatives introduced in the section to ensure that the administrative support reflects the needs of the service.

  25. Responsibility for compliance with data protection legislation.

Experience required:

  • Well estalished data analyst

  • Knowledge of Children's statutory returns process

  • Experience of data visualisation tools such as Power BI.

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Please apply with your CV to: Emily Day