Data Analyst

  • The Fremantle Trust
  • Business Support Centre, Aylesbury
  • 04 Jan, 2022

Job Description

Job Title: Data Analyst

Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

Salary: Dependent upon experience

Hours: 37 hours per week

Our Vision: To be the go–to provider, delivering great care every day

Our Aims:

  • People enjoy high–quality care, where their needs are met by capable and responsive employees.
  • All services are safe and compliant with regulations and legislation.
  • Services are financially sustainable, cost–effective, and efficient.
  • We will provide flexible support that anticipates demands from both public sector and private customers in the future.

About the Role:

Driving the developing and enhancing the Analysis & Insight capability of the Trust to support our strategic ambitions with a clear focus on understanding trends and effectively reporting them to the relevant people. Producing, creating, and maintaining reports to effectively communicate the performance of the Trust. Responsible for supporting the database and data storage systems used, ensuring the smooth flow of business–critical data from multiple sources.

Principle tasks will include:

  • Prepare data sets across various disciplines to enable effective analysis
  • Gather and summarise data for statutory reports, and internal committees and validate the accuracy of the information
  • Deliver high–quality reporting and analytics to provide actionable insights across the business
  • Manage and where appropriate lead on projects based on Trust needs
  • Partner with other teams to identify reporting needs and provide efficient and effective reporting for statutory, internal, and external purposes
  • Play a significant role to help grow our overall reporting/analytics capability
  • Support the development of advanced analytics and predictive models
  • Ensure data systems are maintained and operationally ready for the business now and in the future
  • Ensure all reporting and analytical output is punctual, well–presented, and prepared to a very high degree of accuracy
  • Development of Dashboards, reports, visualisations, and more complex reporting through Power BI or equivalent
  • Assist departments in data migration into a new system
  • Identify and resolve data quality issues, utilising various systems to build data quality metrics
  • Build effective relationships with other departments to provide great service and support regular reports and data analysis
  • Manage the response to ad hoc data/reporting requests including upskilling others to take charge of their own reporting requirements
  • Identify and define new data collection and analysis processes
  • Be able to work with a broad range of data and develop and maintain data standards for the Trust.
  • Have some experience with the transition from manual to automated data processing and analysis.

This list of duties and responsibilities is not exhaustive, and the post holder may be required to undertake other relevant and appropriate duties as reasonably required.

About You:

You will have:

  • A degree in a quantitative field (preferably maths/stats, physics, engineering)
  • Experience in report writing and presentation skills
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent organisation skills and the ability to prioritise
  • Confident using own initiative
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Excel, including formulas
  • Highly numerate and accurate in data analysis
  • Ability to create Dashboards
  • Ability to maintain working relationships with relevant stakeholders and key staff
  • A satisfactory DBS disclosure at the enhanced level is required.

What you will receive from us:

  • A generous holiday entitlement, which increases after 3 years’ service!
  • Lifestyle discount vouchers, including money off holidays, food, fashion, and sport
  • lifetime benefits; Life assurance, pension
  • Support and Career development
  • Excellent company culture

About Us

  • Established since 1992, we’re a charity and not–for–profit organisation that provides care and support for older people and adults with learning disabilities. Today, we have 1500 staff supporting over 1,100 residents at services across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, and Milton Keynes.
  • As a care provider, we have a duty of care to our service users and employees to ensure we operate in a safe environment. To ensure we comply with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 ("the Regulations"), you will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid–19 unless clinically exempt.
  • From time to time, we may require you to take part in other mandatory health testing and health vaccination programmes.
  • All Fremantle staff must understand and actively participate in the Safeguarding, Health and Safety and Equality and Diversity policies and procedures to ensure that people who use services, other staff, and stakeholders are safe and respected in Fremantle services

If you wish to gain any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the recruitment team on

0333 400 1020