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Do you want to work for a company where you can really make a difference?
Guided by our core set of shared values which are at the heart of everything we do we are seeking two individuals with a Social Housing background with a passion for improving outcomes to support the Property Services team.
Through company growth we are now looking to welcome some new talent into our team, based from home with access to work hubs within our area of operation, who are working hard each day with the common goal of improving lives and services.
If you can demonstrate to us that you can manipulate and interrogate data, find out what’s happening and identify trends which help drive improvements then skip to the bottom and hit apply.
We’d love to introduce you to our team!
This is how you can help us make a difference…
As a Contract Data Analyst you will be responsible for ensuring that the data used to report performance and manage our repairs and maintenance contracts is accurate and up to date. You will be responsible for maintaining and developing IT systems, auditing processes and offering support to all users across the wider team, reflecting the highest standards of service excellence.
You will be suitably qualified, and with demonstrable experience of working with datasets, you will ideally be able to evidence a successful track record of delivering analytical work that can be turned into insight and change through in-depth analysis of client focused business activities.
The successful candidate will be able to work both collaboratively and independently to develop and support self-service tools and deliver ad-hoc information to meet the varying needs of the Property Services to help improve the services we deliver.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a data analyst with a passion for improving outcomes and a commitment to our core behaviours.
If the role excites you, we would love to hear from you.
Longhurst Group is one of the leading housing groups in the Midlands and East of England, providing more than 23,000 homes and high-quality care and support services. With a clear vision to improve the lives of our customers and our colleagues through our shared values and integrated services, the Group has ambitious plans for the future and is always looking to grow.
You will be joining the organisation following the launch of our 2025 strategy, which concentrates on improving the lives of customers and colleagues by focusing on the areas of financial resilience and health and wellbeing.
At Longhurst Group we value and respect our people. We recognise that our success rests on the shoulders of committed staff so we want to make sure that everyone feels supported and appreciated. Being part of Longhurst Group means living our values. In it together, Heartfelt Service, Own it, Push the Boundaries and Fun and Fair. It is through our values that we will continue to shape the future, making a positive difference within our local communities and creating places where people want to live.
We offer an attractive employee benefit package including generous annual leave, pension scheme and learning and development opportunities.
This role is subject to pre-employment checks and conditional upon two satisfactory references (one from your current employer).
PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK. All shortlisted candidates will need to verify eligibility to work in the UK at interview. Proof must then be provided by day one upon successful candidature.
Longhurst Group is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applicants that reflects the diverse communities we work with. We invite applicants to contact the employer to identify any additional support they may need during the recruitment process.
Closing Date: 28th June 2020
Interview Date: TBC - Interviews will be conducted remotely via video call.