Job Title: Senior Evaluation and Insight Analyst
Salary: £36,500 - £40,500 per annum
Salary Band: B1
Contract Type: Permanent
Number of Posts: 1
Type of Post: Concurrent
Hours: Full time (consideration will be given to candidates who wish to work part time)
Closing date: 03/12/17 at 23:59
The Evaluation and Insight team provides the House of Commons with professional advice to understand how House strategy and activity plans, which determine the services that individuals and teams design and deliver, can meet the current and changing needs of our customers.
The Evaluation and Insight Analyst is a new role with primary responsibility for quantitative research design and analysis on large and small evaluation and market research projects, working alongside a qualitative research manager. Some projects are run internally and larger ones will require supplier management.
The post holder supports teams to develop performance measures against a new business performance framework, and advise both the working groups and senior management on KPIs, including introducing a selection of appropriate benchmarks. Managing relationships with our own customer and supplier groups is an important element of the role.
There is scope for involvement in a wide range of one-off and regular projects as advisor, analyst, project manager and hands-on project participant.
The successful candidate will have the following skills/experience:
Substantial experience of leading on project-based analysis and insight, using your analytical and investigative expertise, including setting up data requirements for evaluation in the planning stages of service delivery.
Hands-on skills with analytical techniques, including statistical analysis and demonstrable experience of solving complex business problems. Ability to make objective use a range of data sources to identify key findings and insights, making clear recommendations from analysis of evidence.
Ability to confidently support teams across the House of Commons to develop key performance indicators and identify the measures, along with mechanisms for gathering data that will provide the relevant business decision-making information. Previous involvement with corporate planning, budgeting, reporting and monitoring will be an advantage.
There are no mandatory qualifications but qualifications in economics, data sciences, market research or project management would be useful
Annual leave starting at 30 days pro rata
Interest-free season ticket loan
Child care voucher scheme
Discounted membership of the in-house gym
More information on the role and the full criteria can be found on the job description. All applications must be submitted on a House of Commons application form. Please apply via the House of Commons careers website.