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Data Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,317
  • Negotiable Northern Ireland or Scotland dependent on successful candidate, with some travel across NI and Scotland
  • Closing 23rd July 2021


  • Advertised from 8th July 2021
  • NJC Scale 22. 35 hours per week – fixed contract until 30th June 2023

Role

Bogside and Brandywell Heath Forum is the lead partner of the SPRING Social Prescribing Project, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and we have an exciting position available for a Data Officer.

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious data analyst to analyse the positive health benefits associated with SPRING Social Prescribing which is led by Bogside and Brandywell Heath Forum in partnership with a range of delivery partners in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

What is Social Prescribing?

Social prescribing is a way to link medical care to (typically) non-clinical, locally delivered support services.

Our Project

The SPRING Social Prescribing Project delivers the largest coordinated project of its kind, across Scotland and Northern Ireland, to synthesise learning from across two regions. Over 4,600 people will co-create a social prescription and engage in at least one of the many interventions delivered by our network of experienced community-led health improvement organisations.

This position will require either a relevant third level qualification in IT plus one years’ experience in an IT support or

data analysis role Or Five years’ experience in a relevant IT support or data analysis role.

Application notes

A full application pack can be requested by contacting Nora Mc Gowan: nora@bbhealthforum.org

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 23 July 2021.

Bogside and Brandywell Health Forum are an Equal Opportunities employer