Do you have a love of numbers and statistical techniques? Can you interpret complex data and communicate to non-technical audiences? Are you able to prioritise work in a fast changing and interesting environment?
If so, you may be interested in our role as a Community Safety and Public Health Information Analyst in our Public Health Intelligence team. This role is based in a progressive, multi-disciplinary Public Health team, whilst also working closely with colleagues across the Community Safety Partnership.
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Interview Date: 5th and/or 7th September (TBC)
About the role
You will identify, obtain, analyse, interpret, and publish information for key decision makers in order to reduce crime and disorder, improve community safety, and address inequalities in our diverse communities. You will use Geographical Information Systems (GIS) as well as other data visualisation tools to analyse data and communicate your findings with stakeholders. Your work will contribute to our understanding of factors that influence community safety, health and wellbeing, and health inequalities in Brighton & Hove.
This role is wide ranging and interesting; your analysis will contribute to the annual Strategic Assessment of Crime and Community Safety, as well as other public health needs assessments, and performance monitoring progress of the Community Safety and Crime Reduction Strategy.
You will work with a range of partners including those in the Local Authority, Police, NHS, and the Community & Voluntary Sector. This role has many opportunities for learning & development, both within the organisation and through the Public Health career pathways. We are highly experienced and supportive with a culture of sharing skills and expertise within our team.
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