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Intelligence & Performance Officer

Employer
Adecco
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
2 Feb 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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JOB TITLE: Intelligence & Performance Officer
LOCATION: East London
PAY RATE: £21.86 hourly PAYE/ £28 umbrella hourly
START DATE: ASAP
DURATION/Hours: 3-month initial contract/ 35 hours a week
IR35 STATUS: Inside

Job Purpose:

To research and identify external and internal datasets required to help the organisation understand demand for services now and in the future.

Key duties and responsibilities:
  • will be responsible for ensuring that these datasets are captured within Council systems and are accessible to colleagues on demand. Production of needs assessments and analytical products for client Directorates to support strategic planning and commissioning.
  • will be required to lead drafting of briefings and needs assessments for review by management
  • Work with other analysts across the area and partnership to ensure that evidence and data is joined up and shared to support better planning and decision making. This will mean liaison with stakeholders across the council and with partner organisations as well as working to ensure that systems and processes enable effective sharing and joining-up of data, subject to considerations of data protection
  • Undertake quality assurance and compliance activities as required across client Directorates. Duties will include following up on recommendations from internal and external regulators and auditors, checking and chasing compliance with corporate data collection activities and undertaking data quality spot-checks.
  • Work with client Directorates to design key performance indicators to reflect priority outcomes and build the necessary systems and processes to capture and report against these, including defining and documenting new performance indicators, ensuring that responsibilities for data generation and collation are clearly understood
  • Develop systems and processes to efficiently capture, record, validate, analyse, and report data against key performance indicators for client Directorates.
  • Undertake quality assurance and compliance activities as required across client Directorates. Duties will include following up on recommendations from internal and external regulators and auditors, checking and chasing compliance with corporate data collection activities and undertaking data quality spot-checks.
  • Work with client Directorates to design key performance indicators to reflect priority outcomes and build the necessary systems and processes to capture and report against these. This will include defining and documenting new performance indicators, ensuring that responsibilities for data generation and collation are clearly understood.
  • Develop systems and processes to efficiently capture, record, validate, analyse, and report data against key performance indicators for client Directorates
  • be responsible for ensuring that the relevant systems and processes are in place for efficient and secure data capture, storage, and reporting. Prepare cyclical and ad-hoc client Directorate performance reports for senior management, members, the public, regulators, and other external stakeholders. This will include development and drafting of performance reports using all available tools to ensure efficient and accurate reporting.
  • Maintain a current and detailed understanding of national data and reporting frameworks for client Directorate and undertake all necessary data collection, validation, analysis and reporting to enable compliance with these.
  • Project-manage the completion and submission of assigned statutory returns working with stakeholders in client Directorates and obtaining signoff as required.

Knowledge and experience:
  • An expert understanding of the national and local context for and operations of children's services, including education, children's social care, and safeguarding.
  • An expert understanding of statutory, policy and regulatory frameworks with regard to children's services
  • Advanced analytical and numerical skills and a demonstrable ability to work with complex datasets
  • Proven ability to use intelligence, statistics and statistical techniques, health data sets, research, survey design and questionnaire design
  • Proven ability to support JSNA process, working closely with staff across the local authority, Clinical Commissioning Group, Clinical Support Unit and other partnership organisations
  • Experience of data protection and safeguarding frameworks.
  • Ability to support performance management, intelligence and data quality arrangements and operations in a local government setting

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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