Management Information Analyst (ESF)
Do you have experience in developing and implementing Management Information systems? Do you want to be part of a project that gives back to the local community and has long term impact?
As Management Information Analyst you will be part of a project team, partly funded by the European Social Fund (ESF), developing, implementing and maintaining Management Information to track progress and performance of the project. This role is partly funded by the European Social Fund and is a fixed term role for 12 months.
You will design and implement Management Information Systems that will enable the accurate reporting on the requirements for the ESF Find your future project and ensure contract delivery is accurately monitored and forecasted.
A key part of your role will be to collate, manage and analyse data to inform on project performance, track activity and monitor progress on KPIs.
Productivity & Skills, the employment, education and skills arm of the West Midlands Combined Authority is committed to ensuring that every resident can reach their potential and that business growth is accelerated through access to a skilled workforce. We focus on improving skill levels, tackling poor connectivity and increasing employment opportunities. We help more people access high quality training and employment opportunities, increase skills levels in priority growth sectors and create a responsive regional skills system that provides people with the skills to sustain good jobs and careers.
Find your future project – partly funded by European Social fund
Find Your Future adds significant value by complementing existing programmes and offering intensive wrap-around support including coaching and mentoring based on individual need and support to overcome complex barriers. The project will:
- Provide dedicated Support for those individuals who are in the process of applying for Commonwealth Games (CWG) or Coventry City of Culture (CCoC) jobs or who have been unsuccessful
- Provide a safety net for those individuals who are unsuccessful as part of the CWG volunteer assessment centre – providing support and identifying further training and employment opportunities
- Support those successful volunteers or temporary contractors for both CWG and CCoC to find alternative employment post games and ultimately move into more sustainable employment
Without ESF funding intensive, tailored support for residents from some of the most deprived wards in the region would not be available.
You will have experience in a similar role and be confident working with and analysing data and creating reports that inform on project performance.
Essential skills and experience needed
- High level of numeracy and experience in the analysis and interpretation of large complex data sets, and a successful track record in undertaking data analysis (including the use of ILR data).
- Intermediate/Advanced knowledge of using Microsoft packages for processing, presenting, and manipulating data
- SQL experience
- Experience of working with data, creating reports, and analysing data
- Knowledge of Client Tracking Systems and must be able to manage information and collate data for performance review purposes
- Previous experience of working on complex projects that require the regular monitoring and reporting of financial and output information
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with ability to evaluate programmes against performance criteria
- Able to manage personal time, set priorities and achieve goals and targets
- Good level of education including English and Math’s skills
Our role in the West Midlands has never been more important and in these extraordinary times we’ve shown we can step forward, speak up for our region and bring people together. Everything we do is focused on making life better for people in the West Midlands – that’s our reason for being here and it drives every move we make. We lead and support others to deliver our shared future vision for the region – a happier, healthier, better connected place to live and work.
We fully believe that we are only as great as the people who work for us and are committed to providing a positive, healthy and inclusive working environment where our people feel valued and respected. We’re ambitious, forward thinking and determined to find better ways of working, always leading the way in what we do. We trust and support each other to get the job done, and encourage creativity, originality and curiosity from those who work with us.
We are a “Leaders in Diversity” accredited organisation, are in the Inclusive Top 50 Employers List and are one of The Times Top 50 Employers for Women. As a Disability Confident Employer, we have made a positive commitment to interviewing all applicants with a disability who meet the essential role criteria. We are committed to building a team of people with varied backgrounds and experiences as we recognise that this will only benefit us as an employer, the more inclusive we are the better our work will be, and welcome applications from young people, Black, Asian and ethnic minority groups and women at senior levels.
We’re dedicated to providing a broad range of rewards and benefits and constantly benchmark our benefits packages to ensure they are attractive for all our people. As well as a competitive salary, employees also receive 27 days annual leave (plus public holidays) and access to a great pension scheme.
Furthermore, wherever possible we will offer flexible working options which assist work-life balance. We are very happy to discuss a flexible working pattern that suits your needs, so please do not let that be a barrier to applying. If your values align with ours and you’re committed to working towards creating a future we can all be proud of, we want to hear from you.
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