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Christchurch Square, Dublin 8 with travel as required.
|LocationChristchurch Square, Dublin 8 with travel as required.|
|Employment typeFulltime (37 hrs) and Permanent contract|
|Salary€25,498 - €40,209 DOE|
|Contact PersonAgnieszka Sarzynska 01 4530355 (We do not require the assistance of agencies this time.)|
|Closing date12:00 PM, Friday 14 August, 2020.|
Name of Service: Barnardos Childrens Services - Electronic Record Keeping Team
Address/Location: National Office, 4 Christchurch Square, Dublin 8
The purpose of the Data Analyst is to contribute to the achievement of the organisation’s strategic goals through the analysis of data in a timely, effective and efficient way.
The position is located and line managed within the Children’s Services department. However, the outputs generated may be utilised by other departments in the organisation.
The primary element of this role is to develop and maintain the strength of our data collection through design and usage of the Barnardos Children’s Services database.
This role will work to monitor outcomes and track longitudinal data on programme effectiveness and assist in the translating of evidence into practice across the organisation.
|Location:||National Office, Christchurch Square, Dublin 8|
|Responsible to:||Manager, Electronic Record Keeping|
|Works with:||Barnardos management and staff, external partners and agencies as required.|
The purpose of the Data Analyst is to contribute to the achievement of the organisation’s operational and strategic goals through the development and analysis of services related data in a timely, effective and efficient way.
Note: This Job Description will be reviewed and updated in line with the needs of the work.
The postholder is initially assigned to work in the Electronic Record Keeping team in the National Office, Dublin 8 but may be required in the future to work in other locations in the Dublin area in line with organisational needs.
A minimum of 3 years experience with:
Education to leaving certificate or equivalent minimum level of education essential.
A relevant qualification in data analysis and/or evaluation highly desirable.
An interest in issues affecting the wellbeing of children and families in Ireland would be beneficial.
Applicants must complete this application form and submit it through our website before the closing date.
Applicants may also attach a CV or other supplementary information in respect of our application.
Attaching a CV alone will result in the applicant not being considered for shortlisting.
Shortlisting will apply
Candidates who are moved to the 2nd stage of our Recruitment process are required to complete a medical questionnaire and the E-Vetting process. References will be taken up at this stage.