If you would like to be our next Data Analyst and an integral part of a newly formed Corporate Performance team that has built an excellent reputation for quality reporting and trusted advice, we would really like to see what you have to offer.
Performance teams from across the council are being brought together to form a central reporting hub to provide high quality data and intelligence from a diverse range of data sets using a variety of software. The team is still developing as the council establishes it vision to form a centralised Performance Team, which provides a perfect opportunity to be a part of the journey from the start.
We are looking to recruit a Data Analyst (internally we call it a Performance Support Officer) with good communication skills and an eye for detail on a 12 month temporary contract. This post requires a high degree of computer competency, in particular advanced skills in Microsoft Excel and a clear understanding of database design. Training is provided in the use of Power BI with the potential to develop your technical skills further in areas such as Business Objects, Microsoft Access, VBA, SQL and SSIS amongst other software packages. This Data Analyst post would suit a competent IT user with strong numerical and analytical skills.
The Corporate Performance team is part of the Corporate Transformation, Programmes and Performance team; the key roles we perform are the collection, manipulation and validation of data, which we turn into meaningful information to be used across the wider council and partner organisations, as well as to fulfil our statutory duties. We offer a great opportunity to make the most of your keen skills in problem solving and ability to recognise anomalies, and a chance to express your creativity and innovation through your analysis, making sense of a wide range of varied data and telling the important stories behind the figures.
The council prides itself on developing its staff to their full potential through the provision of targeted training and support. We are looking to combine the skills, knowledge and incredible work ethic displayed across the council into a central team to drive excellence and define performance as we shape the future for all Lincolnshire residents.
Be part of better; if you would like to be our next Data Analyst and an integral part of a team that has built an excellent reputation for quality reporting and trusted advice, we would really like to see what you have to offer, please read through the full job description to help you to make the best possible impression in your application, before clicking apply!
In light of current events, Lincolnshire County Council have asked that all staff who are able to work from home to do so. Our usual location is at County Offices, Lincoln and transitioning back to the office environment is to be explored at a later date. IT equipment with be provided to create an appropriate working from home environment and remote working policies will be followed.
We are offering a competitive salary of £20,903 - £25,991, along with a pension, a comprehensive benefits package including excellent discount schemes, cycle to work, civil service sports council membership and many areas for professional support and development
Closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 31st January 2021.
The selection process will take place virtually on the 11th and 12th February 2021. In addition to attending a virtual interview successful candidates will also be required to complete an on-line test to assess their suitability for the role.
All candidates are advised to read the attached job information pack prior to making an application.
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