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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 05/06/2020.

Reporting Engagement Lead

Job Reference: 880-2436038

Employer:
NHS Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit
Department:
N/A
Location:
St Johns House, Leicester, Leicester
Salary:
£31,365 to £37,890 per an

Arden & GEM is one of the largest Commissioning Support Units in the country. Our customers include more than 60 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG), NHS England, local authorities and a range of care providers.

With offices throughout the Midlands, North West and South East we cover a core geographic patch that extends to Greater Manchester in the north and Essex in the south. Our services are built on a strong foundation of experienced people who build great relationships, a commitment to NHS values and a thorough understanding of our clients and the challenges they face.

We provide real value to our customers by working at scale, creating the synergies and innovation that ultimately drives improved patient outcomes and makes commissioning resources work harder.

Our cornerstones are quality, value, innovation and complete customer focus.


Arden & GEM’s Business Intelligence Service is looking for a BI Engagement and Training Lead to join our Data Processing and Reporting Unit, the role will support our agenda to maximise usage of self-service reporting on the NCDR portal, by providing training support to our customer base. This fantastic opportunity has arisen for an individual with experience in developing and delivering learning material and good knowledge of web based reporting tools such as Tableau. As a customer facing role excellent communication skills and experience of customer relationship management are essential.

The role sits within a national business intelligence service, providing support to NHS England across the direct commissioned service portfolio. Based at St Johns House, Leicester the successful candidate will form a key part of a dynamic team, delivering a high quality, responsive and efficient service, supporting customer objectives through delivery of analysis and insight.

The successful candidate should expect to work in a fast paced environment operating to key deadlines and delivering quality results through a well-managed team. In return you will have a unique opportunity to develop your skills and make a genuine contribution within a commercially oriented and forward thinking NHS organisation.

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

Matt Spencer Matthew.spencer5@nhs.net




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