Monitoring and Reporting Lead
We are looking for an experienced Monitoring & Reporting Lead to join our newly established and quickly growing Evidence & Impact Team.
You will be working for a charity that represents 100% of the NHS charity sector in the UK as members. Helping the NHS tackle today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities.
Position: Monitoring and Reporting Lead
Location: Warwick – Homeworking/ Flexible working with regular travel
Salary: £35,500 - £41,000 per annum
Hours: Full time - 35 hours per week
Benefits: 10% pension contributions, 28 days annual leave, access to Reward Hub and weekly wellbeing time, training, and development opportunities.
As Monitoring and Reporting Lead you will work collaboratively with colleagues from across the organisation to further develop and implement monitoring and reporting structures for grants programmes. You will need to be experienced, proactive, creative, and flexible in this, as this is a developing area of work for the organisation.
You will need to work closely with the Grants Team in the development of their grants database to ensure that capability to capture and record KPIs/monitoring data is included in this, and the system can deliver necessary reporting requirements. You will need to be able to analyse data, identify trends, and utilise data visualisation tools to build dashboards, as well as make evidence-based recommendations for software for data analysis and visualisation. You will also be expected to maintain oversight of reporting requirements to corporate partners and funders and provide data to the fundraising team in an appropriate and agreed format.
A key part of the role will be building relationships with the membership of 240 NHS charities to embed a culture of monitoring and reporting and empower NHS charities to see the value and engage with this.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing organisation, with the chance to get involved in new projects that will help shape the future of the charity, and help to care for NHS staff, patients, and volunteers.
This is a developing area of work for the organisation so we are looking for someone proactive and creative, with good attention to detail, who can build relationships, recognises the importance of high-quality data and is experienced in all aspects of data management. We are looking for someone who is keen to learn, develop and be flexible to meet needs in a growing team and organisation.
Essential skills and experience include:
- Experience of utilising CRM systems to record and manage data
- Experience of designing Theories of Change and setting KPIs
- Experience of designing monitoring and reporting frameworks, aligned to Theories of Change, and implementing approaches to collect this data
- Experience of designing outcomes tools and embedding these in projects and programmes
- Experience of commissioning and managing relationships with external contractors
- Experience of utilising data analysis software
- Experience of utilising data visualisation software to produce dashboards (e.g. PowerBi)
- Experience of reporting to funders and supporters
If you are passionate about the health and wellbeing of our nation, we would love to hear from you.
Other roles you may have experience of could include: Data Analyst, Impact Analyst, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Data Manager, Insight Analyst, Monitoring Lead, Reporting and Analysis Manager, Insight Manager