Senior Intelligence Analyst
At a time when our health and social care systems face huge change, do you have what it takes to ensure that the experiences and views of patients and the public drive service improvement?
Healthwatch England is a young and lively organisation with a small but highly committed team. We are looking for an experienced intelligence analyst to develop our qualitative and quantitative change-initiating intelligence that we receive from our local network of 152 organisations.
Key responsibilities include developing robust intelligence products to support organisational decision making, our business planning and our influencing strategy as well as applying a breadth of techniques to make sense of the insight and intelligence that we collect and collate. You should bring previous experience of directing analytical work within an intelligence-led organisation, with a sound understanding of intelligence systems, products and decision making processes.
If you are right for the role you will be a dynamic communicator who is able to present your analytical findings to a range of internal and external audience. You will understand the principles of qualitative and quantitative data analysis and have undertaken horizon scanning to turn volume data into useful intelligence. Ideally you will also bring research experience and be able to advise on and understand research methods and applications.
This is an exciting opportunity for analysts working across other government sectors looking to broaden their experience within the field of intelligence.
For further detail please call Amie McWilliam-Reynolds, Head of Intelligence, on .
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Closing date for applications: Sunday, 15th October 2017 at 11.45 pm
Interview dates: W/C 6th November 2017