- Eastwood Health and Care Centre, Drumby Crescent, Clarkston, East Renfrewshire, G76 7HN
- £30,585 - £34,399 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
This position has expired.
This post is located within East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and will be responsible for ensuring the data requirements for a range of key programme priorities, in particular early intervention, corporate parenting, mental and emotional, wellbeing are met.
This will involve working with HSCP Children and Families strategic and operational managers and key partners to support the use of ERC/HSCP/NATIONAL/LOCAL data and research, to inform service improvements. Analysing current trends and datasets, establishing (where required) new datasets and ensuring that the information captured and analysed contributes to a range of outcomes in particular around social care, health and wellbeing, is key to this role.
A focus on the health, care and wellbeing of children and young people is a national and local priority and the role of data analyst is key to our approach which relies heavily on the analysis of data to help direct and guide improvements across the HSCP and local children’s planning partnership.
In addition, the post will support embedding service user engagement processes to capture views and experiences of children, young people, and families along with development of a feedback loop that ensures data informs service design and development. Analysis of quantitative and qualitative data and research will support service evaluation and improvement activity, and contribute to furthering the work of the HSCP and the local children’s partnership in locally planning and delivering on the health, care and wellbeing outcomes agreed.
This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure Check.
Employees with a contract of employment for 3 months or more are automatically included in our Local Government Pension Scheme which is a career average scheme. Pension contribution rates are based on a tiered system determined by your annual full time equivalent pensionable pay. For example for those earning up to and including £21,800 the contribution rate you pay is 5.5% of your salary. The council pays the rest of the cost of providing your benefits. This amount varies but it's always enough to make sure your pension can be paid and will be at least 19.3% of your pay. In addition you get tax relief on your contributions - the tax you pay on your salary is calculated after your pension contributions are deducted.
Other main pension benefits include a pension that increases each year in line with price inflation and the ability to exchange some of your pension to provide a tax free lump sum. Further details can be found in the attached document General Information for Applicants or via the Strathclyde Pension Fund website www.spfo.org.uk.
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