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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 05/04/2020.

Lead Analyst/Lead Application Developer/Lead Data Warehouse Developer

Job Reference: 877-CSU-2317255BK

Employer:
Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit
Department:
Lead Analysts / Lead Application Developers / Lead Data warehouse Developers - Band 8
Location:
St Johns House, Leicester but across MLCSU geography as required - flexible working may be an option, Leicester but across MLCSU geography as required - flexible working may be an option
Salary:
£44,606- £50,819 pa pr

Business Intelligence – ‘Bank’ Opportunities

Band 8 - Lead Analysts / Lead Application Developers / Lead Data warehouse Developers

About the ‘Bank’

MLCSU Business Intelligence Team is providing an opportunity for suitably skilled Analysts, Application and Data Warehouse Developers to join our ‘Business Intelligence Staff Bank’.

The Bank is a register of suitably skilled analysts and developers who would be interested in short to medium term project work.

Projects could range from 1 week to 1 year and cover a range of activities from the provision of existing services to Clinical Commissioning Groups to the development of new services for Integrated Care Systems and Partnerships (ICS/ICP).

The Bank would suit those seeking occasional, short to medium term project work rather than those seeking permanent or fixed term employment.

About MLCSU

MLCSU is one of the largest CSUs in the country providing services to 48 CCGs as well as NHS providers, local authorities and other public sector organisations across the country.

We are a 1600-strong team of dedicated professionals with a wide range of skills and expertise across the full range of commissioning support services. We are an organisation with a unique geographical reach and experience in serving diverse urban and rural populations facing a range of commissioning challenges. Our clients trust us to work with them to make important things happen from providing really strong operational support, such as payroll and contract management, to developing innovative new products or helping to plan and design major transformational change. Our specialist offerings, such as our Strategy Unit, Bespoke Integrated Language and Communications Service (BILCS) and Referral Management Centre, also set us apart from the competition.

Our vision is to play a pivotal role in improving health and wellbeing for populations we serve, and our values underpin everything we do:

Honesty, integrity and transparency • Everyone counts • Commitment to quality • Adding value • Working together

About our Opportunities

MLCSU are looking to appoint experienced Business Intelligence analysts, Application and Data Warehouse Developers to join our staff Bank. Flexibility can be offered with regards to location within the geography that MLCSU spans, dependent upon the specific project concerned. We are looking for skilled individuals to support a range of potential projects as we respond to the evolving needs of evolving Integrated Case Systems and Partnerships, Primary Care Networks and the drive to support Population Health Management.

Opportunities will span bands 6, 7 and 8 depending on the requirements of the project and would be agreed at the time of discussion.

  • Business Intelligence Lead Data Analyst (Band 8)
  • Business Intelligence Lead Data Warehouse Developer (Band 8)
  • Business Intelligence Lead Developer (Band 8)

Candidates accepted onto the Bank will potentially be involved in a range of project and skills will vary depending on the post applied for but an indication of some of the skills we are looking for is listed below:

  • Requirement elicitation and documentation
  • Project management skills
  • Application Development / Programming Skills e.g. Programming Languages – C#, JavaScript
  • Source control / team working products, e.g. SubVersion, TFS, Git
  • Relational database management systems, ETL, Data cubes and complex tabular based data/reporting models, Online interactive reporting (SSRS, Tableau).
  • Data Science Skills e.g. R, Python
  • Data analysis and interpretation, including communicating complexities to non-information specialists
  • Detailed knowledge of various statistical, analysis and visualisation packages
  • Using a variety of methodologies for data visualisation e.g. SPC charts
  • Predictive Modelling and the use of Machine Learning Techniques

Candidates will also have responsibility for the delivery of high-quality services to existing and new CSU customers, the successful applicants will potentially lead on the design, implementation, continual review and development of health and social care analytical solutions. Candidates will need to evidence that they the skills, knowledge and experience required to support projects of this nature. Ideal candidates will possess NHS specialist knowledge and be familiar with NHS terminology although this is not essential.

Please note that NHS jobs will not allow any reference to websites nor applications via expression of interest or CV's

Please note: This role does not guarantee regular work and has no guaranteed hours. You are not applying for either a permanent or fixed term role. If you still wish to apply please continue, otherwise please cancel your application.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Mr Neil Morgan

Head of Analytical Services

neil.morgan1@nhs.net

07468 353035

Or

Mr Craig Kynaston

Customer Business Intelligence Lead

craig.kynaston@nhs.net

07860 735518

 




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