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Performance Analyst
  • Employer: Barnet Council
  • Reference: BAR/23/233367
  • Published: Mon 20/03/2023, 15:11 PM
  • Closing on: Mon 10/04/2023, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: To be confirmed
  • Salary: £37,725.00 - £41,793.00 Per Annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Hybrid/Colindale plus at Contractors offices across the Borough, Barnet

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Performance Analyst

About Barnet Council:

Barnet is a borough with much to be proud of. Our excellent schools, vibrant town centres, vast green spaces, and diverse communities all help make it a wonderful place to live and work. As a council we want to build on these strengths as we move into the future. We are growing and developing as an organisation to meet the challenges facing our borough and we are committed to working with partner organisations and residents to make Barnet even better. As an organisation, our staff are committed to Our Values: Caring, Learning to Improve, Inclusive, Collaborate.

About Directorate:

The aim of the Family Service is to ensure that all children and young people in Barnet achieve the best possible outcomes and to enable them to become successful adults, especially our most vulnerable children. They should be supported by high quality, integrated and inclusive services that identify additional support needs early, are accessible, responsive and affordable for the individual child and their family.

About The Role:

To work and provide high quality, timely, accurate management information and analysis to the Family Services, including accurate delivery of activity information in relation to Children’s Social Care.

To play a key role in meeting the Family Services information, insight and analysis needs, providing expert statistical analysis of data and information relating to Children’s Social Care.

To be a key advisor to the Service Managers and the SMT Leadership Team on issues relating to activity information.

To proactively identify complex performance issues, analyse complex data from multiple sources to identify the root causes, and recommend potential solutions.

To support key initiatives and projects within Family Services by providing robust and creative research and analysis to facilitate project scoping, business case development, ongoing monitoring and improvement, and evaluation and learning.

To work with colleagues from across the Council to contribute to the development of similar initiatives and projects outside Family Services

About You:

Graduate, highly numerate with a background in data analysis and producing insight/intelligence reports, preferably within a Children’s Social Care and/or Early Help environment or equivalent experience.

High level of technical skill in the use of Family Services reporting software essential. Knowledge of Business Objects and Power BI software.

Detailed knowledge of Family Services case management systems and social care recording practices.

High level of knowledge of statistical tools and techniques for data and finance analysis.

What We Offer:

30 days annual leave, plus public and bank holidays.

Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, which provides a valuable guaranteed income in your retirement together with security for your dependents.

Work-life balance options may include hybrid working, flexitime, job share, home working, part-time.

A vast range of lifestyle discounts from major retailers, supermarkets, energy suppliers and more.

Broad range of payroll benefits including cycle to work, eye care vouchers, travel and gym membership.

Excellent training and development opportunities.

Employee wellbeing training programs including confidential employee assistance.

How To Apply:

Read the job description and person specification on our website before clicking ‘Apply Online’.

You can then complete the online application form on our website. If you would like any further information about the role before applying, please contact Simon Cherry - Senior Performance Analyst Children's Services - Commissioning