Data Analyst

Job description

Purpose of Job: To be responsible for: i) Supporting the delivery of the data transformation requirements of the Supporting Families Programme (SFP) ii) Supporting the data collection, analysis and reporting requirements relating to SFP iii) Lead the data work (identification and case tracking) required to support the successful submission of payment by results (PBR) claims Main Duties:

  • Work closely with the SF data lead and other key staff to being together the key data sources required to identify families that meet the SF criteria, and identify opportunities to tap into new data sources
  • Work with corporate data colleagues to develop technical solutions to matching large and complex datasets to track families’ progress against the SF outcomes framework
  • Lead on the live tracking of family progress and the completion of quarterly PBR returns to central government
  • Ensure robust auditing arrangements are in place that mean all PBR claims are made in accordance with audit and financial regulations
  • Support the wider use and analysis of data relating to the Supporting Families agenda, bringing together qualitative and quantitative data to progress the programme objectives
  • Support the development and completion of regular performance reporting and analysis that evidences progress against the Supporting Families objectives that informs strategic and operational decision-making
  • Lead on the completion of additional / ad-hoc reporting processes as dictated by central government, ensuring robust processes are in place to meet these requirements
  • Liaise with teams across the Council and partner agencies to improve data quality and identify other potential sources of data
  • Attend pan London SF data network meetings as required
  • Build successful relationships with a range of key stakeholders critical to the successful deliver of the programme, including service leads within Children’s Service and the wider council, DLUHC, partner agencies ( and police) and voluntary organisations
  • To undertake any other work appropriate to the level and general nature of the post’s duties.
  • Where necessary for the job role or appropriate for continued development in the role, the post holder may be required to participate in training and development courses made available via the Council’s Apprentice Levy funding.
  • To undertake all duties with due regard to the provisions of health and safety regulations and legislation, Data Protection/GDPR, the Council’s Equal Opportunities and Customer Care policies.
  • To perform all duties in line with Council’s staff values showing commitment to improving residents lives and opportunities, demonstrating respect and fairness, taking ownership, working towards doing things better and working together across the council.
  • This post requires a Standard DBS and will be supported by Safer Recruitment tools
  • Excellent IT skills across a range of software applications including Advanced MS Excel, PowerBI (or similar) and standard office applications Location: Woolwich Hybrid: Yes Salary: £19(PAYE) £24(Umbrella) p/hour IR35 Status: Inside Hours: 9.00-1700 Closing Date: 20.06.24 Duration: 6 months initially

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