|Recruiter:||Graduates into Health|
|Listed on:||18th September|
|Location:||Leeds or London|
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Graduate Scheme: NHS Graduate Digital, Data and Technology Scheme
Role: Data Analyst
Salary: starting at £32,933
Location: Leeds or London (please select preferred location)
Contract length: Two-year fixed term
NHSX is leading the largest digital health and social care transformation programme in the world. With investment of more than £1 billion pounds a year nationally and a significant additional spend locally, NHSX has been created to give staff and citizens the technology they need.
NHSX brings together the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement who will deliver the Health Secretary's Tech Vision, building on the NHS Long Term Plan. We will speed up the digital transformation of the NHS and social care. We have set ourselves five missions, which are focused on how we can make things better for patients and staff.
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As a Data Analyst (Graduate Programme), you will work as part of a dynamic team in delivering an effective service supporting managers and staff across the Analytics Unit. You will deliver high quality analytical outputs, using relevant good technical skills in data management, business intelligence and analytics.
The position sits within Analytics Unit which is one of six teams within the Policy and Strategy Directorate. The Unit aims to modernise and strengthen the use of data and analytics across the NHS and Social Care system and support digital transformation. The Unit consists of analysts, economists, data scientists and data developers that sit across three workstreams: analytics as a profession, programme analytics and innovative analytics.
The Candidate will be:
Focused on supporting patients, service users and frontline staff - on how data and technology can be harnessed to do so.
Comfortable operating in an ambiguous and complex environment, with the right level of resilience and collaborative attitude to work within multiple reporting lines, virtual teams and stakeholder groups.
Able to deliver quality at pace - taking complex issues, translating them into deliverable work programmes and implementing them to quick timelines without sacrificing quality.
A curious and creative problem solver, who is able to navigate through barriers to delivery and who is excited about working on an emerging and innovative agenda.
Highly corporate and keen to play their full part in developing our new Unit, Directorate and teams to their full potential, taking the best of both civil service and NHS to create an inclusive and diverse culture of high performance and continuous improvement.
Skills and Experience required
If you are interested in the opportunity then please apply by uploading your CV and writing a cover letter of no more than 1000 words, detailing how you meet the skills and experience requirements as described above.
Closing date: 27th September 2020
Virtual Assessment centre: To be held from 21st October 2020 onwards
Please note we would encourage candidates to apply early as applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and the position may be closed before the deadline should enough applications be received.