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Performance Analyst

  • Sector:

    Admin & Clerical

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £130 - £136.5 per day

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

  • Duration:

    5 Months

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  • Expiry date:


We have an exciting opportunity for a Performance Analyst to join our clients offices based in Morden on a temporary contract basis for 5 months with the possibility of an extension.

As the Performance Analyst, your main duties will include

  • To work on a wide range of information systems across the children services, ensuring inter-operability with team colleagues and that data from diverse systems is pulled together, cleansed and analysed.
  • To carry out duties in accordance with government / departmental guidance, local and national safeguarding guidance.
  • To comply and work within Freedom of Information Law, Data protection Law and Caldecott guidance.
  • Contribute to cross team objectives and projects within the department and corporately.
  • Contribute to the formulation and implementation of the team business plan.
  • Ensure security and confidentiality of all data as necessary, especially with regard to electronic data transfer.
  • Comply with Corporate and Departmental Health and Safety policies and procedures
  • Ensure the Council's Equal Opportunities and Disability Discrimination Policies are adhered to

To be successful for this Performance Analyst post you will need to have:

  • Expertise and skills in SQL reporting, ideally using Mosaic and Corius, data extraction, manipulation and analysis.
  • An understanding of the key legislation and issues relating to the development of children's services and more broadly local government.
  • Good understanding of data protection, Freedom of Information and Caldecott Law and Guidance.
  • Effective problem solving skills and the ability to analyse and evaluate information and apply criteria to make judgements.
  • Excellent ICT skills and an ability to use these for analytical purposes.
  • Good interpersonal skills including an ability to work collaboratively and effectively within the team, across departments and schools.
  • Good communications skills, both verbal and written and an ability to translate complex developments into accessible
  • language.
  • Experience of successful collection, analysis, utilisation of data and the production of a range of statistical reports from children's social care and / or education systems
  • Ability to take ownership for supporting and delivering improvements in data quality

Start Date-


Working Hours-

35 hours per week

Monday - Friday

Pay Rate-

£130 p/d

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