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Cambridgeshire County Council
£27,741 - £29,577
Fixed Term
Cambridge Shire Hall
Closing date:
16 May 2021 at midnight
We are recruiting to the role of Research Analyst for a 24-month fixed term. The successful applicant will join our highly innovative Research team. We provide valuable information and insight about the needs of Cambridgeshire’s population in order to better design and transform public services.

The role will support the diverse research programme we have in place, primarily focused on the following two core functions;

i) to develop and improve data sharing, storage and handling of the multiple data sources, and work closely with partners to create new solutions to information sharing challenges.
ii) to support the Community Safety hub to produce research and insight with and for local partners and stakeholders.

The role requires working collaboratively to actively support a number of specific projects involving many public sector organisations so good knowledge of the public sector and local government is desirable. The role will include active data management, developing data protection impact assessments and negotiation with public sector partners in order to establish data sharing agreements, therefore, a knowledge of information governance is necessary.

The programme of work also includes statistical projects, consultation and surveys, support for business improvement and the analysis of data & customer insight information to meet the current challenges facing the public sector. You will support and contribute to the County Council’s evidence base, having a strong influence on our policy approach to real-life issues.

The successful applicant will need knowledge of data protection and data handling techniques, as well as IT platforms such as PowerBi. They will be required to work flexibly, to tight deadlines on multiple projects and have excellent time management skills. They will have a sound understanding of a range of data sources and be able to practically apply their excellent IT skills to embed new data solutions. Knowledge of community safety issues such as domestic abuse, gangs and violence and crime trends will be an advantage.

Applicants are expected to have previous experience in a similar field and a relevant bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) as a minimum.

Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact either Leigh Roberts on 07770 282122 or Jack Ossel

Interviews will be held from 21st May 2021.

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