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Data Analyst

Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom, £ £ 350.00-400.00 Daily Daily, Contract

Description:

Venesky-Brown's client, a public sector organisation in Glasgow/Edinburgh, is currently looking to recruit a Data Analyst for an initial 6 month contract with the potential to extend on a rate of £400/day (outside of IR35). Due to the current circumstances this role will be remote based for the foreseeable future.

Responsibilities:
- Design and execute quantitative research studies for & with customers
- Undertake secondary/desk research when identified as needed
- Undertake research applying the organisation's standards & ethics
- Ensures compliance with data protection legislation
- Clearly and confidently communicate research findings to colleagues, stakeholders and senior staff.
- Work with corporate functions, such as procurement, when required

Essential Skills:

- Excellent communication and presentation skills
- Proven internal and external stakeholder management abilities
- Awareness of Scottish government Digital First or GDS Digital service standards
- Able to manage stakeholders' expectations and be flexible.
- Ability to apply a digital understanding to their work.
- Able to identify and implement solutions for assisted digital.
- Experience of line management of a small team of research practitioners.
- Designs research instruments for use across multiple products and services.
- Leads others to make good design decisions based on data and evidence.
- Able to make decisions characterised by medium levels of risk and complexity.
- Can identify and understand constraints, and is able to communicate these and work within them.
- Capable of ensuring standards are being met
- Gives direction on which quantitative research tools and methods to use.
- Experienced in meeting the needs of users across a variety of channels.

Desirable Skills:

- Able to identify and compare the best processes or delivery methods to use, including measuring and evaluating outcomes. Helps the team to decide the best approach.
- Able to work collaboratively within a group, actively networking with others and engaging in varying types of feedback choosing the appropriate time, and ensuring the discussion sticks.
- Has given training to others in Quantitative research practices

If you would like to hear more about this opportunity please get in touch.

Job Details

1460355038
2022-01-25
Not Specified
Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
Contract
£ £ 350.00-400.00 Daily Daily