As part of our established specialist Public Health Knowledge, Intelligence and Performance team (consisting of health and care analysts from variety of backgrounds, covering health, social care and housing), you will have a specific remit to support the development of HealtheIntent’s Analytics workstream. The post-holder will work within a networked team of analysts based in organisations across the ICS, working into the Central Population Health Management team.
You will be responsible for gathering requirements, designing, and user testing the analytical dashboards we build within HealtheIntent. Reporting to the Head of Population Health Intelligence, you will work as part of the HealtheIntent programme team, as well as colleagues and partners across NLP ICS, analytical leads across the 22 organisations with the ICS, and Cerner Oracle (platform supplier), dependent on the subject matter of the Analytics work programme.
You will be proactive in engaging with a range of different health and care professionals on the Analytics workstream, and to gather feedback on the products we develop. You will also support other analysts in this work, managing project teams from different backgrounds and organisations to develop dashboards and other deliverables to support frontline health and care professionals. You will also be responsible for providing training and support to colleagues and teams across the system to use the analytical dashboards.
Interview and test will take place between 18th - 27th of September.
Main duties of the job
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated individual, with experience of working in population health analysis. This role provides an excellent opportunity to develop your analytical and managerial skills, while working on a wide-reaching programme of work. You will need to be good at working in partnership with other organisations, as well as people with different knowledge and skills, and with those at a senior level. You’ll also have experience in project management and excellent communication skills (both written and verbal).
You will be educated to Masters level in epidemiology, statistics or similar, and have a strong interest in these subjects. Your skills in software such as SQL and Tableau (or other programming and business intelligence tools) will be used to develop dashboards, and support others with their projects. The role will suit someone who is substantially numerate, with a proven record of pulling together complex reports with excellent data analysis and presentation.
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