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Data Insight & Reporting Manager
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Recruiter: The University of Central Lancashire
Listed on: 6th June
Location: Preston
Salary/Rate: £43267 - £50132
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: REQ004356
Contact Name: University of Central Lancashire

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Planning & Insight is seeking to appoint a Data Insight & Reporting Manager to lead the work of our newly formed Insight & Reporting Team. This is an exciting opportunity to re-shape our approach to quantitative and qualitative analysis and reporting, increasing collaboration and maximising opportunities for enhancement. This new role will be responsible for providing leadership and direction to staff within the team and for establishing systems and processes for working which enable the team to:

Inform strategic decisions relating to UCLan's academic and organisational performance and competitive positioning with relevant and timely data-evidenced insight
Expand and enhance our business intelligence/management information resources and support their effective use
Coordinate and report on a range of student surveys and other mechanisms to gain primary evidence for enhancement purposes
Facilitate and support appropriate use of data and analyses within key institutional processes and initiatives.

With significant experience of assimilating, manipulating and interpreting complex data, both quantitative and qualitative, to provide information to support decision-making, you will be experienced at operating successfully within a fast changing environment to manage projects and organise resources in order to deliver against competing priorities in the short, medium and long-term. Your experience of analysing research results/intelligence enables you to draw conclusions and make recommendations or identify implications for senior decision-makers. A people person, you will have experience of managing staff and creating a motivating environment, allowing people to be challenged, developed, encouraged and supported to achieve outstanding results.
Your excellent analytical skills and ability to interpret information from a range of sources will enable you to identify the appropriate methodological approach to a given question. Your ability to assimilate complex information and communicate implications to a non-technical audience combined with excellent interpersonal skills will enable you to influence thinking and practice across the University.
Interviews will be held on 11 July.
Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. This position is based in Preston.
Please apply online via the APPLY button; CVs will not be considered unless accompanied by a completed application form.