Data Analyst

Full time Temporary @Apple Recruitment
  • Post Date : 24 June 2024
  • Apply Before : 8 July 2024
  • Salary: £28.41 - £28.41 / Annually

Job Description

Apple Recruitment are recruiting for a Data Analyst on behalf of the NI Ambulance Service.


Job Purpose:

The post holder will be ultimately responsible to the Director of Planning, Performance and Corporate Services will be involved in the provision of a comprehensive information management service. This will involve the continued development and provision of high quality information and analysis to support all functions of the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.


Job Description:

  • Work closely with the Information Manager and Team colleagues to ensure the provision of high quality management information and analysis to support NIAS business.
  • Involved in the production of high quality management information and analysis to assist in the monitoring and measurement of key NIAS goals, targets and objectives across performance management and service improvement, commissioning services and financial management.
  • Contribute to the development of effective and efficient information flows and the exploitation of all existing data sources and assist in the development of data collection and analysis in new areas of performance management in order to improve the availability of information for monitoring purposes and service improvement.
  • Provide advice and information support on the development and
  • implementation of information requirements to support the work of regional project teams and other HSC requirements.
  • Work closely with Providers, Commissioner, Department of Health colleagues and other key stakeholders to secure timely data flows for current and future information requirements.
  • Liaise and communicate with colleagues in other teams within the same Directorate, other Directorates within the NIAS, stakeholders at varying levels from within the HSC network and assist in working with external agencies as appropriate on issues relating to your specialism.
  • Accurately interpret and clarify information requirements using discretion and initiative with limited supervision.
  • Auditing data quality to ensure that the correct procedures and systems are in place to enable consistency and accuracy in the capturing and recording of information including follow up with stakeholders regarding queries and issues.
  • Support on the development, testing and maintenance of databases, universes and web based technology as appropriate.
  • Contribute to the continuous improvement of the delivery of an efficient and effective information service through continual on the job learning and training on ICT skills, as and when appropriate.
  • Share working knowledge in such a way as to support the objectives of the team through the involvement in the production of definitive office procedures and systems and the training of staff, where applicable.
  • Manage the NIAS Information email account and be responsible for the distribution of work requests coming through this source to the relevant member of your team on a timely basis.
  • Support team members as and when required in order to meet team objectives.
  • To ensure that the relevant procedures and protocols in relation to data management, confidentiality and security are complied with.
  • Contribute to good industrial relations within the unit by ensuring effective communication and working relationships with all staff for which he/she is responsible as well as relevant trade unions/staff organisations.
  • To take responsibility for his/her own performance and take action to address identified personal development areas.


If you wish to apply or would like more information, please email your CV in Microsoft word format to Caroline Parker by clicking on the link below by Monday 8th July 2024. You must also include a bullet pointed synopsis at the top of your CV demonstrating how exactly you meet the Essential Criteria below:


Essential Criteria:

Applicants must, by the closing date for applications, have:


  • A University degree or relevant professional qualification



  • Worked for at least 1 years in the last 5 years in Management Information or Information Systems.


  • Worked for at least 3 years in the last 6 years in Information Management or Information Systems
  • Experience in the direct production of healthcare-related high quality information management and analysis using analytical tools i.e. Microsoft Office Products, SQL, Tableau, Qlik, PowerBI etc.
  • Experience of presenting high quality information, analysis and advice to senior management in order to achieve successful outcomes


Further Details:

  • Salary: Band 5, £28,407
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Hours: 37.5 hours per week

. Location: Knockbracken Healthcare Park, Saintfield Road, Belfast

If you wish to apply or would like more information, please email your CV in Microsoft word format to Caroline Parker by clicking on the link below by Monday 8th July 2024.

Applicants must ensure their CV is accurate and up to date. The CV should include your full employment history inclusive of dates, all academic achievements and full personal contact details.

Please note only applicants that match this criteria can be considered for the role.

Apple Recruitment Services is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Apple Recruitment Services is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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