Our mission is to be a leading and independent voice in promoting a society where people with mental illness, learning disabilities, dementia and related conditions are treated fairly, have their rights respected, and have appropriate support to live the life of their choice.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our professional and multi-disciplinary team. This role will provide specialist health intelligence advice and practical support to colleagues within the Commission bringing together the current internal and external data, information and evidence based policy and practice to create informed analyses and interpretation, to support decision making and monitor mental health and incapacity legislation.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed individual who is educated to degree level in a relevant subject or equivalent experience, with highly developed written and oral communication skills, extensive skills in data collection methods, quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods, techniques and software as well as statistical analysis.
In return, we will offer opportunities to work on interesting, varied and meaningful work, we have great family friendly policies, learning and development opportunities, generous holidays and pension. You will be working within a friendly, creative and innovative team, as well as working with a variety of committed and motivated stakeholders.
To find out more and to apply, please visit our website.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm, 25 May 2022 with interviews being held on 2 June 2022. Interviews may be held remotely or in our office in Edinburgh, depending on the situation.