£37890 - £40876 per annum
Job description
Performance Data Manager – Social Care

Salary: £37,890 - £40,876
Hours: 37
Contract: Permanent
Team: Commissioning, Partnership and Performance
Base: Yate & Home

How You’ll make a difference

You will make a difference as a Performance Manager by leading the development and delivery of strategies for the provision and use of management information in their Social Care function and the statutory requirements. A nerve centre gathering valued information in intelligence and data making a difference for all their services.

What will you be doing?

• You’ll provide expert advice to customers (councillors, departments, managers) who receive clear guidance and information and also ensure that council activity is lawful.
• You will ensuring statutory and voluntary returns are complied with and submitted to the Department of Health & Social Care, Ofsted, CQC and other regulators, by due dates and to a high quality
• You will maintain high quality and consistent services to customers ensuring that agreed standards are achieved across a wide range of services and Service Level Agreements if present, are adhered to. Ownership is taken for responding to and/or resolving queries, complaints, and requests from initial contact with the customer.
• You’ll be ensuring that the collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination of data, management information and performance measures meet the needs of our managers, members, and partners in terms of content, timeliness and quality.
• You will manage and motivate a team of staff and oversee performance monitoring, recruitment and provide guidance ensuring team members receive performance feedback and advice, development opportunities and that a highly competent, creative and participative culture is maintained.

What they need from you

• You’ll be educated to degree standard, preferably one with statistical or significant numerical and/or computing content or have substantial experience in a similar role.
• You will have substantial technical and management experience in data analysis in a large complex organisation, including the use of large relational databases.
• You must be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively project manage the delivery of timely and accurate statutory returns to Government, as well as being able to effectively manage and prioritise daily demands for management information, working in conjunction with those requesting it
• You will have well-developed communication skills and be confident in presenting and explaining results clearly and succinctly to senior managers and members both verbally and in writing.
• You will have substantial management experience, and knowledge of setting and managing strategic objectives into team plans individuals’ targets and one to ones, and the ability to manage resources flexibly to meet changing demands and priorities

How a career with them is different

• They know their team works best when they have balance in their lives and they offer genuine flexibility to help them achieve that work/life balance.
• They value their staff as individuals, investing in their careers and they are recognised for the quality, breadth and depth of their training and development offer, which helps make the greatest long-term difference in work.

Their teams are making a real difference to the lives of people who live, work and learn here.

• They're building and shaping communities which people are proud of
• They're working with the most vulnerable in their community to help them achieve what they want in life
• They're investing in their schools to ensure every child and young person achieves their full potential.??

They've achieved a great deal, but they need talented and dedicated people to ensure they continue to make a difference.

They're making a difference, be part of it!

You may have experience of the following: Data Manager, Performance Data, Data Analysis, Public Sector, Local Council, Data Analyst, Social Care etc.
Posted on: 19 November 2021
Closed date: 05 December 2021
Job ref: 104818
Tags: Social Care/Development