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Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN)
Data Analyst & Intelligence Officer
The Housing LIN is looking for an analytical, thorough and enthusiastic person to join our small, experienced team. This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in undertaking data collection, data analysis and research and wants to develop their career in a highly respected Network.
Location: Bristol (but must be willing to travel)
Salary: £23,000-£27,000 pa
Deadline: 07 September 2018
1. To be responsible for undertaking quantitative assessments of housing and care needs in relation to older people and disabled people making use of secondary and primary data sources to deliver numerical and written outputs to a high standard.

2. To be responsible for the operational use of the Housing LIN’s housing assessment model, Strategic Housing for Older People (known as SHOP@1), and its application as appropriate to generate outputs for use in consultancy and research projects.

3. To support the development and refinement of the SHOP@ model to ensure that it meets current and future clients’ knowledge requirements and needs, including producing complex data modelling and designing spreadsheets that will support this modelling with outputs that are robust and valuable to the Housing LIN’s clients.

4. To undertake other quantitative and financial analyses as required to meet consultancy clients’ requirements including researching secondary data sources and making use of this data in intelligent and insightful ways to provide evidence based insights for use in consultancy and research reports.

5. To design, set up and undertake primary quantitative research and analysis as required; for example, using tools such as Survey Monkey.

6. To liaise and work directly with the Housing LIN’s consultancy clients under the supervision of our lead associate in relation to quantitative analysis components of projects.

7. To undertake other research and analytical work, including qualitative research; for example, facilitating focus groups and interviews, as part of consultancy and research projects, as required.

8. To provide clear, well written and well-presented high quality reports for internal use and for external stakeholders and clients.

9. To assist the team with writing tenders and proposals to secure consultancy and research projects and with promoting the Housing LIN’s consultancy and research offer.

10. As required, to provide updates in relation to the Housing LIN’s consultancy and research activities for wider dissemination via our networks and events.

11. Undertake other tasks as requested.

For more info, see the attached file for the full job description and person specification
How to Apply
Please complete and return to by 5pm on Friday, 7th September 2018, stating ‘HLIN Analyst Post’ in the subject line
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