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Bridges Outcomes Partnerships, Remote
£36,000 per year
An exciting Impact Analyst opportunity for someone who wants to make a difference and is passionate about using data to change lives.
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Remote
£36,000 per year
Full-time
Permanent
Job description

About Us

Bridges Outcomes Partnerships (BOP) is a not-for-profit social enterprise that works alongside Government, community groups and specialist Delivery partners to design and deliver vital services that support people to improve their lives, in areas ranging from housing and employment to education and health & wellbeing.

The role of BOP spans project development (working with Government and others to design and launch the service), project management (coordinating the delivery phase, managing performance, and liaising with the various stakeholders) and project finance (funding the project until it starts to earn outcomes payments). Our own funding comes from a group of pioneering social investors, including The Office for Civil Society, Big Society Capital, Pilotlight, Trust for London, who, like us, are motivated by improving lives and changing the system for the better.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to make a difference and is passionate about using data to change lives.

About the opportunity

As an Impact Analyst, you will work within a team across 2-3 social impact projects initially. An example of one of the programmes you will become a key part of delivering is a community based, preventative emotional resilience and wellbeing pilot called Turning Tides.

Turning Tides is a two-year pilot programme testing innovative means of protecting and promoting the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable young people along the North Yorkshire Coast. The programme leverages local organisations and their expertise, providing each young person a dedicated coach who works to identify a participant's strengths and ambitions – and takes a community-based asset development approach to match those goals with opportunities in the local area.

Responsibilities

Your responsibilities will include.

· Overseeing all data related aspects of the programme including data collection, extraction, cleaning, analysis, reporting, and presentation.

· Gathering and analysing quantitative and qualitative data to measure the impact of service innovations for the programmes you are working across. Produce regular reports and insights that aid decision making to continuously improve programme design.

· Taking initiative to propose and implement relevant analyses to the project to maximise positive impact for participants with the programmes you are supporting.

· Building relationships and working at times directly with Delivery Partners (VCSE organisations who are delivering the frontline services for the programme) to ensure they are able to use the data systems accurately and effectively,

· Identifying opportunities for process automation and improving utilisation of management data by colleagues across the programme.

· Supporting the Programme Lead on all operational and project management needs, including coordination of team activities and providing other administrative support.

· Working with the Investment Lead and colleagues in Finance, to ensure invoices for outcomes achieved by participants within programmes are processed.

· Engaging with other analysts across BOP to share learnings from your own project and implement learnings from other projects in your own.

Competencies

To take on the above responsibilities, we will be looking for you to demonstrate strengths in the following competencies:

· Curious and Inquisitive: You crave knowledge and consistently seek learning opportunities.  You look for patterns and ask questions that nobody else has thought to ask.

· Data and Analytical Skills: You are good with numerical data and analysis and are able to accurately assimilate information and develop critical insights to inform decisions.

· Passion and desire to make a positive difference to the lives of vulnerable people.

· Problem Solving: You can make sense of something complex and recommend practical solutions.

· Adaptable:  You can adapt easily to changes in work. You are flexible and act as an advocate for change.

· Communication: You can confidently communicate your ideas verbally and in writing. You can simplify complexities and adapt your communication so others can understand.

· Autonomy: You take ownership of your tasks and can plan and manage your own time to achieve them.

· Relationship Building and Teamwork: You can build credible and trusting relationships both internally and externally.

· Attention to Detail: You are detail focussed and you ensure the work you produce is accurate and of a high quality.

· IT and Data Analytic Skills: You have a strong working knowledge and understanding of Excel and PowerPoint, and you embrace the opportunity to learn new IT applications.

·  Previous Power BI experience would be advantageous.

What we will offer you

• We are a flexible employer and we will support you to ensure you achieve a healthy work life balance.

• You will be joining an incredibly dedicated, vibrant, dynamic and talented team of people who are deeply passionate about services which improve people’s lives and public sector reform.

• You will get 25 days’ annual leave plus 8 days for bank holidays plus a birthday leave day and 2 additional ‘gifted’ day/s between Christmas and New Year.

• We offer a Salary Sacrifice Pension Scheme.

• We offer 4 x Life Insurance, Income Protection Insurance and Wellbeing benefits & resources.

• We also offer Private Medical Insurance on successful completion of your probation period.

• You will be able to access Learning and Development opportunities.

PLEASE NOTE: We are only accepting applications through our recruitment platform Applied.

First round interviews are likely to take place 15th/16th August and potentially w/c 19th August

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Bridges Outcomes Partnerships View profile Company size Size: 21 - 50
Posted on: 19 July 2024
Closing date: 12 August 2024 at 08:00
Tags: Social Care / Development,Operations,Data Analysis,Insights,Mental Health

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