Entry Level
Performance Technician (Health and Adult Social Care) - Fixed Term
East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: Sunday, 7 June 2020

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You will contribute to delivering an efficient and effective performance monitoring function including being involved with collating and analysing information from various systems, running reports to monitor data quality issues, administering client surveys and liaising with staff in operational teams about data issues.

The post will be involved in arrangements for the Council’s new client record system, Azeus, for which implementation planning is underway. This will include data cleansing and validation of existing records prior to their migration to Azeus and then preparation for the subsequent external returns.

You will need good analytical skills, a functioning knowledge of Microsoft packages (particularly Excel) and an awareness of performance management.

The postholder will develop their skills to work with large and complex data sets from client record systems, to become skilled at data analysis and drafting information for presentation.

You will be an excellent team worker who is able to organise your workload efficiently and effectively and work to deadlines.

You will need to show an aptitude for information related work, have an eye for detail, be a confident spreadsheet user and ideally have used a large corporate IT system such as a client record database. You will need to become conversant with the systems we use and develop an understanding of adult social care.

Closing date: 7th June 2020. 

Interviews will be held on Thursday 11 June and will include a timed computer based test using MS Excel. Interviews may be held remotely (via Microsoft Teams) following Government Guidelines.

If you would like more information or an informal discussion about these opportunities, please contact Nathan Barker, Performance Officer (nathan.barker@eastriding.gov.uk) or Helen Haynes, Performance Assistant (helen.haynes@eastriding.gov.uk).

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