We are looking for a committed and experienced Data and Information Officer to work within the Council’s Employment, Learning and Skills division. To assist provision by providing an effective support
service to the staff and stakeholders of the Ways to Work project. You will providing data for statistical reports and funding returns.
Working under the direction of the one of the Service Managers, the postholder will work within a small team taking and recording enquiries, confirming eligibility for support ensuring the Ways to Work project achieves its outputs and results.
To have key responsibility for maintaining data on the designated Management Information System; entering information and producing timely reports for statistical returns.
The successful candidate will support Ways to Work colleagues with appointments, liaising with partner agencies, and following up any issues associated with the Ways to Work project.
Liaison with other relevant departments within Halton Borough Council, including departments responsible for Finance, Audit and Procurement.
You will need to fully demonstrate knowledge, skills and understanding for the role.
In return you will receive:
- Competitive Salary of £19,554 - £21,116
- A full training and development package. You will be actively supported and encouraged to build on your skills and knowledge to maximise the opportunities that working for the Council has to offer.
- Annual leave entitlement varies according to length of service and ranges from 25 days to 33 days per year, in addition to eight bank holidays.
- Access to a generous pension scheme (Local Government Pension Scheme, administered by Cheshire Pension Fund). For full details, see www.cheshirepensionfund.org.uk
- Free parking
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Lynsey Carr 0151 511 7547 or Alison Bowen 0151 511 7471