We are recruiting for a Statistician/Data Analyst to provide high quality statistical information for a variety of programmes and projects including the Links Worker programme.
The ALLIANCE is engaged in a variety of complex activities designed to support significant change towards approaches that work with individuals and community assets, helping people to stay well, supporting human rights, self-management, co-production and independent living, and to support better cross sector understanding and partnership between the statutory and third sectors.
We are looking for someone with expertise in providing statistical support for a wide variety of projects. If you have very strong mathematical/statistical, analytical and IT problem solving skills we would like to hear from you.
You will be able to frame questions, identify clients' and colleagues' needs, identify what data are required, identify trends and anomalies, engage with practitioners to understand underlying reasons and emerging themes and engage with our policy team to generate policy recommendations. Strong quantitative analysis skills, and the ability to help to inform colleagues and collaborate on the design of robust qualitative studies are essential.
Ideally the successful candidate will have a PhD or MSc in a relevant numerate discipline and possess an interest and understanding of health and social care in Scotland. Experience in the use and interrogation of information systems, spreadsheets and databases is also required, as are excellent communication skills.
For an application pack please see our website at https://www.alliance-scotland.org.uk/blog/jobs/statistician-data-analyst/
Closing date for applications is 9 am on Monday 1 November 2021.
Please include your academic transcript with your application.
The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) is an independent Scottish Charity funded by a grant from the Scottish Government. Our vision is for a Scotland where people of all ages who are disabled or living with long term conditions, and unpaid carers, have a strong voice and enjoy their right to live well, as equal and active citizens, free from discrimination, with support and services that put them at the centre.
The ALLIANCE has three core aims; we seek to: