Performance Analyst (Temporary)Favourite
|Closes:||Sunday, 18th February 2018|
|Published:||Friday, 2nd February 2018|
|Location:||Municipal Buildings, Kildonan Street, Coatbridge|
|Salary:||£36,636 - £40,296 per year|
|Hours:||35.00 hours per week|
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Organisation:||North Lanarkshire Council|
Based in the Municipal Buildings, Kildonan Street, Coatbridge you will be responsible to the Head of Education (North) for the provision of a flexible and responsive performance analysis service that provides a comprehensive range of statistical and business analysis data to meet the information needs of a wide range of stakeholders and projects including; service managers, elected members, council committees, head teachers and heads of establishment, continuous improvement officers, other Council Services, the Scottish Government and Education Scotland.
Your main duties will include developing effective and efficient systems and methods for the timely collection, processing and dissemination of learning and leisure related statistics in accordance with legislative requirements and relevant statistical Codes of Practice; assisting in the establishment and maintenance of a co-ordinated statistical system through appropriate classifications systems and other methods; maintaining effective active communication with service data producers and data users and establishing and leading in the development of mechanisms within Education, Youth & Communities to capture and monitor customer/service user/stakeholder feedback and other qualitative data in areas such as; the intelligent use of pupil assessment and data provided by the INSIGHT system, and tracking and monitoring of pupil attainment.
You should be educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant subject (such as mathematics, statistics, economics or sociology) and have substantial experience of statistical analysis and/or business intelligence in a local authority or for a complex organisation. You should have a working familiarity with relevant statistical codes of practice and legislation, a high level of skill in the use of ICT/digital media and software applications that support statistical analysis/business intelligence and proven ability to work on own initiative in planning own work and work of others. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential as is the ability to develop effective working relationships and practice across a large education service. A relevant postgraduate or professional qualification is desirable.
This post is temporary for 23 months