Senior Analyst - Workforce, Quality and Excellence in Care
NHS Grampian
3d ago

NHS Scotland is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best.

To this end, NHS Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of society.

We are seeking an enthusiastic self-motivated data analyst to provide analytical skills and expertise to support the development of data and intelligence products, reflecting the national, regional and local data reporting requirements.

Monitoring, analysing, reviewing and reporting on data quality, as required.

Provide technical support and expertise in the delivery of the organisation’s information resources, linking data systems and sources, aligning with the organisation’s need for intelligence and data to aid decision making.

Provide data and intelligence advice and support across a range of project areas and activities to ensure robust, reliable data sets are joined-up, and offer opportunities for intelligence based decision making.

Support the development of standard information reports to ensure an understanding is gained across the organisation on areas where performance levels require improvement interventions.

Ensure effective collaboration across teams, whether these are internal to the department, within the wider organisation or out with the organisation with, for example Health and Social Care Partnerships, Local Authority or Health Care Improvement Scotland.

Provide specialist advice and information products to the Nursing and Midwifery Workforce Lead, Chief Nurse EiC and Professional Development, Quality Improvement Leads, Chief Nurses, Clinical Directors, Health Care Managers, Management Leads and Directors on the appropriate use of data and information and, where necessary, assist them to define their information requirements which may be highly complex in nature, resulting in the development of user focused information solutions.

Work in conjunction with their own team members, Quality Improvement Team and Nurse Directorate to develop appropriate intelligence systems and information products to facilitate forward planning, scrutinise and highlight performance, and provide data reporting and interpretation support to a range of forums.

Due to the nature of this role, a full license with access to a car is essential.

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