Job Title: Data Developer - HC30694
Salary: Scale SO1, £29,064 - £30,951 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
Closing date: Sunday 28th June 2020 at 2359 hours
Do you know and love working with data and data visualisation tools?
Do you want to be part of an organisation that is making you, your family and our communities safer?
The successful candidate knows and loves working with business intelligence tools, is comfortable with technical data concepts such as modelling, extracts and integration, and passionately partners with analysts to find new ways to tell stories with and provide insight from our existing data sources. S/he should have an internal drive to answer “why?” questions, excellent data management abilities, as well as effective communication skills to a variety of audiences. S/he would be a self-starter, comfortable with ambiguity, able to think big (while paying careful attention to detail), and enjoy collaborative working in a fast-paced dynamic environment.
Key objectives of the role
1. Liaise with data users in the force to gather needs and requirements for reporting on force performance and other data, translating those needs into new data products.
2. Develop and maintain reports, dashboards and other data products to meet user needs including ITD Analysts, for the range of historical, current and future data needs, testing these with users and iterating them over time based on feedback.
3. Develop and maintain relationships with key colleagues in:
Public Access and Information Management (to ensure our data management meets required standards including for information security).
Corporate Insights (to ensure future planning and innovation is understood and translated into data deliverables).
Information, Communications and Technology Data Solutions (to ensure ‘source to report’ data lineage and provision is understood and in line with strategic direction)
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The role holder is expected to give a 2 year commitment to the post or reimburse the costs of training, on a pro-rata basis.
The successful candidate must be prepared to undergo the provisions of ‘vetting’ to Security Clearance (MV) level.
The role holder is required to visit various locations within Hampshire and the Isle of Wight during working hours, and therefore needs to have the ability to travel as necessary.
Educated to QCF Level 6 OR work experience deemed to have brought the postholder to a comparable level.
Previous experience of visualisation tools and working in a statistical/analytical environment preferably working with both structured and unstructured data.
Ability to understand and present complex data for a range of internal and external audiences.
Knowledge and experience of developing user/customer requirements into technical specifications with a working knowledge of relevant data architectures.
Ability to use own initiative and work under pressure, possessing good time management skills.
Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, with proven experience of forming and maintaining internal and external relationships.
Good literacy, numeracy and computer skills.
Competencies and Personal Qualities
We are Emotionally Aware Level 1
We Take Ownership Level 2
We are collaborative Level 1
We Analyse Critically Level 2
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