Knowledge and Learning Officer / Data Analyst

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North East
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Up to £12.49 per hour + 24-29k per annum
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Role Title: Knowledge and Learning Officer (Data) Salary: £12.49 Type of employment: Fixed Term - 7 month contract Hours per week: 37 hours per week, Mon - Fri Location: Any of the offices based across the UK We are recruiting a Knowledge and Learning Officer (Data) to the UK Portfolio team, which can be based in any one of our UK offices. You'll access and analyse the broad range of data held by the Fund, and help other people in the organisation understand it so that their work can be informed by it. Your work will lead to our data being better managed, more used and more influential on our decisions and actions. Your approach will enable you to provide a suit of standard and bespoke reports / dashboards to Committees, senior directorate staff, managers and any other relevant decision makers (such as local panels) highlighting the reach and impact of the Fund's grant-making. You will have the opportunity to undertake short research projects on a range of topics and issues, utilising data and your knowledge of our grant making and the wider policy context.' At times, you will need to travel for this role, supporting staff across the UK and connecting with other Directorates. As an officer at the Fund, whatever your specialism, you'll have plenty of scope for autonomy and responsibility. You'll use your judgement and knowledge to make recommendations and decisions, and your skills in understanding the needs of different customers, providing advice and feedback will come to the fore. You won't need much supervision or oversight from your senior colleagues taking personal leadership of your own work and your own development. You will take pride in your work and positively influence and engage with our customers and stakeholders both internally and externally. Job purpose The UK Portfolio tests and grows bold ideas that put people in the lead to address long-term social issues and to improve the quality of life across the UK and internationally. This is achieved in three ways: Bringing people together, supporting communities to be part of and celebrate events of UK-wide significance Growing great ideas, supporting the growth or adaptation of great ideas across the UK Exploring new approaches, developing and test ways of building a stronger civil society Person specification In your personal statement, you'll need to demonstrate your experience and qualifications in the following areas which apply specifically to this data role: Skilled at research, analysis and consultation skills, with an ability to apply criteria and principles Ability to use new and evolving data analysis technologies and visualisation tools Understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis practice Ability to write and speak about complex ideas, information and impact in an engaging and simple way Knowledge of the context for the third (voluntary, community and social enterprise) sector, the funding landscape and public policy and the people and organisations who are influential in this Desirable to have worked in a similar role / similar tasks before (analysis, writing, sharing). For more information or to receive a full job description please drop me an email at Sophie.Howley @ Manpower .co .uk or alternatively I can be reached on 01895 204 948

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