Kent County Council - Trainee Performance Analyst Adult Social Care and Health (ASCH)

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Salary:
£Competitive
Location:
South East, Maidstone
Deadline:
31st January 2020
Start date:
Various
Job type:
Graduate job

Kent County Council Graduate Programme

Trainee Performance Analyst - Adult Social Care and Health (ASCH)

Take your research and analysis skills to the next level

Whether it’s education or transport, strategic planning or emergency services, Kent County Council’s focus is on improving lives. We want to ensure every pound spent in the county delivers better outcomes for our residents, communities and businesses. Join our graduate programme, and we’ll help you achieve your ambitions as you help us achieve ours.

The programme

As a progressive local authority with a commercial mindset, we are committed to delivering high-quality services that are also cost-effective. By gathering and analysing data and sector intelligence you will help us identify opportunities for change and improvement across Adult Social Care and Health (ASCH). As well as helping to create vital efficiencies, you will ensure better outcomes for vulnerable people.

This is a two-year, fast-track programme leading to a permanent role as a Performance Analyst in ASCH. You will work towards the Data Analyst Level 4 apprenticeship benefitting from a structured training plan with plenty of opportunity for hands-on experience. Initially you’ll gain an understanding of adult social care, and the local and national performance frameworks that are used to assess it. You will also develop your knowledge of data extraction, analysis and benchmarking. As your experience grows, you will have the opportunity to support various transformation projects, advising on which activities will have the greatest impact.

Who can apply?

This is an exceptional opportunity for an innovative, analytical graduate who is passionate about forging a career in the public sector. Holding a 2:1 degree in any discipline, you’ll also have GCSEs in English and Maths (grades C or above). Numerate and IT literate with strong research skills, you’ll have the ability to evaluate data and information and draw sound conclusions. You’ll also need exceptional communication and influencing skills to share your findings.

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Closing date: 31st January 2020

Kent County Council

We are one of Kents largest employers and what we do affects all of our residents, visitors, businesses and workers. Our main objective is to enhance the quality of life for all of Kent's residents.

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