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Insight and Analytics Officer
Job Title: Insight and Analytics Officer
Employer: Healthwatch Greenwich
Responsible to: Chief Executive
Hours of work: 28 hours per week including occasional evenings and weekends
Salary: £17,200 – £20,000 (FTE - £21,500 - £25,000 depending on skills and competencies) + pension contribution after probationary period
Contract Period: to 31 March 2021
This role is for immediate start. Please send your cv, equalities monitoring sheet and covering letter explaining how you meet the requirements of the role, to ‘email@example.com’ by 5pm, Monday 19th October.
Location: Currently remote but will revert to Healthwatch Greenwich office in SE18 if/when Govt guidelines change.
Main purpose of the job
We’re looking for a driven and self-starting individual to join us, the consumer champion for health and social care in Greenwich. You will design and deliver a range of research projects to identify good practice and highlight barriers and challenges in access to health and social care for local people. Using participatory methods, you will work with volunteers and community groups to provide robust evidence based reports. This would be an ideal role for someone already working in a research-based role, whether in the public/third sector, or agency-side, and who is looking to broaden their experience.
Main duties and responsibilities
Organising, designing and carrying out participatory qualitative fieldwork, often with marginalised or vulnerable people in Greenwich.
Conducting qualitative analysis of data conducted through interviews, focus groups, workshops or other methods, reaching out to lesser heard voices at all possible opportunities.
Carrying out quantitative data analysis using Excel.
Utilising a wide variety of research approaches, particularly participatory approaches, which inform, involve and bring together individuals, groups, service providers and decision makers.