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Senior Analyst (Quantitative Analysis)
|Salary||£29,725 (National) & £34,407 (London)|
|Directorate||Strategy & Intelligence|
|Hours of Work||37|
Senior Analyst - Quantitative Analysis
Various contracts available
Location: National office based
Salary: Grade C £29,725 (National) £34,407
Great opportunities available for analysts in the Intelligence Unit at the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
A key strategy for CQC is to be more intelligence-driven in our approach to regulating the health and care sector, in order to improve the quality of care that providers deliver. We are developing exciting plans to use more advanced analytics and data science approaches to better predict the risk of poor care. We have ambitions to incorporate new data sources into the work we do in order to better understand the quality of care received by people who use the services we regulate.
Our analysts provide comprehensive insight into quality and risk in health and care by providing evidence for CQC’s regulatory decisions and publications through data analysis, interpretation and presentation. We do this by working in close partnership with all parts of CQC and our system partners. Our work continuously evolves to enable us to remain relevant in a changing health and care landscape
We now have a number of great opportunities available for analysts in the Intelligence Unit. We are looking for strong, creative analysts who can create impactful stories from data and believe in the power of data for social good.
This is an exciting time to join our team and we look forward to receiving your application!
About the Roles
We currently have vacancies available in the Provider Analytics- Hospitals, Provider Analytics - Adult Social Care (ASC) and Primary Medical Services (PMS), and National Analytics functions. There is a mixture of fixed term and permanent positions available across 13 teams within these three Intelligence functions. Further detail about each of the teams can be found in the job document (attached).
We are looking for highly motivated and dynamic individuals with good leadership and people management skills who can support and motivate others. You’ll have excellent quantitative and strong qualitative analytical skills and previous experience of working in an analytical role. You must have excellent communication skills, both written and oral including the ability to interpret and present complex information in an easily understood, accessible format to a wide range of audiences. You’ll be able to identify information requirements and manage data from a variety of sources using appropriate tools. Excellent Microsoft Excel skills are essential to this role; knowledge of Business Intelligence tools would also be advantageous.
You must be a highly organised individual and have the ability to plan, monitor and deliver multiple projects effectively and take personal responsibility to drive improvement.
To note, CQC has offices in the following locations and the roles above span them all, enabling applicants to select a preference:
Office locations: Newcastle, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds, London, Nottingham, Preston.
How to apply
To apply for this role, you are required to fill out the online application form on our website. Please ensure that you fully identify your skills and experience and respond to the required competencies. Please ensure you also read and take account of the ‘Notes for Applicants’ below to ensure all requirements for an application are met.
Following receipt of your application, it will be assessed and if successful, shortlisted candidates will be invited to one of our assessment centres where you will be assessed against the competencies for the role.
This will include a written assessment, a presentation in response to a question set by the interview panel (to be shared in advance to enable preparation) and an Interview with a panel of Intelligence staff.
Further information will be provided prior to the assessment centre. You can also find a copy of the job description for this role on the next page.
Notes for Applicants
- You will be shortlisted based on the competencies required for the role as outlined in the job description. Please ensure that you detail how you are suitable for the role(s) applied for in the additional information section of the application form. In particular, it is essential that you demonstrate evidence of your: quantitative analysis skills, planning and delivery skills, ability to work as part of a team, and communication and stakeholder engagement skills.
- Applicants wishing to work on a secondment, or work part-time should state their preference on the application form.
- Due to the high volume of applications being received across all of our vacancies, we are unable to provide individual feedback at application stage.
- In line with the majority of government organisations we do not pay travelling expenses for interviewees.
- Once short-listed, successful applicants will need to attend an assessment centre which will include a final interview. Applicants will be asked at assessment centre for their preferences around the team(s) they would like to work in.
Interviews are expected to take place w/c 13 November (London) and 20 November (Leeds) – please advise on your application if you are not available during this time. Please do advise within your application if you are not available during the above time periods.
Closing date for applications is: Sunday 29th October 2017 at 11.45pm
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