- Join a diverse workforce and enjoy our inclusive workplace culture
- Contribute to a shared goal of health and social equity
- Option for 1 ADO per month
cohealth leads the way in reducing health and social inequity in partnership with people and the communities in which they live. We are committed to providing inclusive and culturally safe health services that protect the human rights of all people of all gender identities, sexualities, ages, cultural backgrounds, faiths and abilities.
Our inclusive workplace culture enables staff to bring their whole selves to work, where uniqueness is valued, and people experience a feeling of belonging.
Our aim is for everyone to thrive in their roles. That's why we're committed to enabling staff's full participation through promoting workplace flexibility and the provision of reasonable adjustments, as well as opportunities for attending staff-development to increase your skills and hone your practice
About the role
This is a 12 month fixed term role.
The purpose of this role is to support the Transformation and Business Intelligence Solutions teams to transition cohealth into a data driven organisation which delivers the best outcomes for clients and is able to demonstrate the outcomes of the work we do. The organisation has set an ambitious target of 95% of our programs reporting outcome measures by July 2022. This role will work within cohealth's established Theory of Change and Monitoring and Evaluation Framework to support the organisation and programs to identify appropriate measures and understand outcomes with the purpose of sharing these findings as we start to learn from available data.
Your daily duties will vary but will include:
- Work with programs to identify quantitative measures and data sources that will enable them to demonstrate intended outcomes as defined by the program's theory of change
- Extract, transform and manipulate data that is fit for the purposes of analysis via Excel or SAS (or equivalent tools)
- Identify, analyse and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets to provide insights and recommendations to the program
- Provide advice and support to programs to guide the implementation of strategies that will improve the quality of data being collected and monitored
- In partnership with other members of the business Intelligence solutions team, produce easy to use/ interactive outputs i.e. infographics or dashboards to enable ongoing monitoring of the data
Additional information can be found in the Position Description attached on the cohealth careers page.
What we're looking for:
- Relevant tertiary degree or equivalent experience in Data Science, Computer Science or Data Analysis;
- A minimum of 2-3 years hands-on experience in data manipulation and data analysis in a business and/or research environment
- Demonstrated experience in the advanced use of statistical software such as SPSS or other programming software to extract, transform and manipulate data
- Highly developed skills and experience in extracting, cleansing and analysing data from multiple sources
- Advanced skills in the use of MS Excel (mandatory - pivot tables, advanced formulas),
- Demonstrated ability to present complex technical information and ideas in a manner a non-technical stakeholder can easily understand (includes written and verbal communication)
- All Healthcare workers in Victoria are recuired to be vaccinated against COVID-19, and will need to provide evidence before commending employment with cohealth.
Click on apply now to be directed to our careers page. You will be asked to upload your CV/ resume and answer the four questions provided on Talent Propeller. Please note we require a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria to be considered for this role.
For further queries about this role, please email Corinne Rice at Corinne.Rice@cohealth.org.au
In line with our commitment to have a workforce that reflects the community we're serving, we strongly encourage applications from people that are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, culturally diverse, LGBTIQA+ and/or with disability.