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Data Analyst (Data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation) Remote Working

Plymouth, Plymouth, United Kingdom, £27,000 - £29,450 , Contract

Posted: 18days ago


Could you bring your extensive reporting, data gathering, data analysis, data interpretation and presentation skills to support Public Health England's continuing fight against the COVID Pandemic?

This remote-working role (initially offered on a 6 month fixed-term contract) is to support and provide day-to-day reporting (Excel and ideally Power BI) and/or dedicated operations support to the workforce resourcing team. You will maintain effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders both internal and external to the organisation. You will work with minimal supervision and be expected to work flexibly as part of a multi-disciplinary team, providing a wide range of specific reporting and modelling to assist with workforce requirements.

About the organisation:

In short, Public Health England (PHE) are responsible for:

  • Protecting the nation from public health hazards
  • Preparing for and responding to public health emergencies
  • Improving the health of the whole population by sharing our information and expertise, and identifying and preparing for future public health challenges
  • Supporting local authorities and the NHS to plan and provide health and social care services such as immunisation and screening programmes, and to develop the public health system and its specialist workforce
  • Researching, collecting and analysing data to improve our understanding of public health challenges, and come up with answers to public health problems

They do this through world-leading science, research, knowledge and intelligence, advocacy, partnerships and providing specialist public health services.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Actively maintaining the workforce report to ensure timely, accurate reporting
  • Identify obstacles to the above and work out solutions
  • Answer queries on the detail of the reporting
  • Work with stakeholders and the team to further develop reporting for audiences using tools such as Power BI
  • Work with stakeholders and the team to analyse the history of the incident to ensure that future enquiry questions can be answered
  • Work with colleagues to maintain and update the modelling of ongoing workforce requirements
  • Attend meetings and take minutes and follow up on actions
  • Any other duties to support the resourcing of Tier 1

About you:

  • Extensive working knowledge and demonstrable skills using MS Excel, Outlook, Word, SharePoint.
  • Knowledge ofPower BI will be highly desirable.
  • Experience of accessing and managing routine data sets.
  • Experience in the use of statistical methodologies for interpreting and understanding data sets.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to translate ideas into action.
  • Ability to write clearly and to a high standard.
  • Ability to present data and information, in a variety of formats, to a high standard.
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a small team.
  • Ability to establish effective working relationships, both internally and externally, with a range of colleagues and stakeholders at all levels of seniority.
  • Knowledge of public health methods and statistics.
  • Skills in critical appraisal, data analysis and interpretation.
  • Ability to work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, whilst meeting deadlines/under pressure.

About us:

Who are NHS Professionals?

NHS Professionals (NHSP) owned by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) works in partnership with hospital trusts and Government health bodies to provide a bank of highly skilled workers who want to work within the NHS and wider healthcare environments.

NHSP is committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse workforce and so we welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of age, disability, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, maternity/pregnancy, marriage/civil partnership or transgender status. NHSP expects all staff to behave in a way which recognises and respects this diversity, in line with the appropriate standards.

Job Details

Plymouth, Plymouth, United Kingdom
£27,000 - £29,450