An exciting opportunity has arisen for a conscientious, enthusiastic and highly motivated Data Analyst to join the Quality and Nursing Division within the Quality, Nursing and Allied Health Professionals Directorate in Public Health Wales (PHW).
The Quality and Nursing Division is made up of five interconnected teams; Quality, Engagement and Collaboration, Putting Things Right, Nursing / Midwifery / Allied Health Professionals, Infection Prevention and Control, and Corporate Safeguarding.
The post holder will work with the Quality, Engagement and Collaboration and Putting Things Right Teams providing routine, ad hoc and extraordinary reporting and data analysis from a range of systems including Datix and Civica.
This will include working on a wide range of information, including both qualitative and quantitative data using a range of robust analytical techniques.
The post-holder will have a key role in supporting the development of accurate and effective data systems for quality and improvement and will have a role in developing a Public Health Wales Quality Dashboard.
Main duties of the job
Lead on the data analysis, interpretation and reporting on results in support of the Quality, Engagement and Collaboration Team.
Act as a resource for data collation, analysis and interpretation, utilising a range of relevant analytical, statistical and software tools.
Liaise with information staff, specialists and analysts within the wider organisations (e.g. Directorates / Divisions) and within stakeholder organisations.
Develop and provide reports and bulletins in varying formats based on analysis of available data, other relevant datasets, activity reports as required.
These will include monthly, quarterly and annual (for annual reports). These will be complex and may be conflicting.
Provide data on ad hoc queries, providing analytics advice and support to the Quality Team and other stakeholders.
Produce comprehensive and accessible reports at Directorate and Organisational level.
Support the Quality team in the development and utilisation of audit projects and the subsequent analysis and presentation of findings.
Work, at all times, within strict principles, information governance, legal requirements and good practice guidelines for data and information handling to maintain security and confidentiality.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; English and / or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.