Data Analyst (Warwickshire Priority Families Programme)

Saltisford Office Park, Ansell Way, Warwick, CV34 4UL
£22,658 - £24,964 per annum
15 May 2017
27 May 2017
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Previous Applicants Need Not Apply.

The Priority Families Team is seeking a data analyst to support the delivery of the data requirements of Warwickshire's Priority Families Programme. The Programme's primary aim is to support identified families to make progress in issues around poor educational outcomes; crime and anti-social behaviour; children identified as needing help; financial exclusion and worklessness; domestic violence and abuse; and a range of health problems.

The Role

37.0 Hours per Week

Fixed term contract for twelve months.

The success of the programme is heavily dependent upon the successful management and use of a wide range of data and intelligence sources. Therefore the Priority Families Team is seeking to increase the capacity of its data team to deliver these vital functions. Drawing on a background of data collection, analysis and presentation, gained either through degree-level study or experience in a similar role, you will use your skills to help identify eligible families, track/ monitor their progress using a range of data sources, map the agencies working with the families and identify those families that have achieved positive outcomes against the programme's criteria. A key part of the role will be to produce and collate the evidence required to support the Payment by Results process and returns to government.

Key Requirements:

You will have an analytical mind, an eye for detail, be an excellent communicator and be able to work with people at all levels, from front line workers to senior managers and Heads of Service. You will have extensive experience of the Microsoft Windows environment (particularly MS Word and Excel), and be able to use and manipulate databases and spreadsheets. You will be a capable, organised, enthusiastic individual able to work as part of a team as well as on your own initiative. Ideally, you will have some knowledge of the education, children's social care or early help arena, however this is not essential.

Additional Information & How to apply

For further information about the role please contact Sarah Powell, Priority Families Policy Development Officer, email: or telephone: 01926 412248

Our method of application is online. If you are unable to apply using the 'Apply for this job' link please contact the Recruitment Centre.

You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email,  so please check your email and WMJobs account on a regular basis after submitting your application. 

Telephone:01926 418125

Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV's and do not keep CV's on file unless part of an application.

Closing Date: 25 May 2017


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