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Digital Adoption and Inclusion Analyst
  • Employer: London Borough of Hounslow - Digital & IT
  • Reference: LBH/22/205336
  • Published: Wed 20/07/2022, 22:25 PM
  • Closing on: Wed 17/08/2022, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week
  • Salary: £35,496 - £38,385 plus benefits
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Hounslow House, 7 Bath Road, Hounslow TW3 3EB, Hounslow

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Digital Adoption and Inclusion Analyst

About you 

  • Are you excited by emerging technologies and the opportunities they provide?
  • Are you passionate about embracing modern technologies and adopting new ways of working?
  • Do you have experience of driving digital adoption and building digital skills and confidence
  • Are you passionate about making a real difference to colleagues and residents, and are you genuinely enthusiastic about digital adoption and inclusion?
  • Are you an expert communicator who is comfortable with multiple different stakeholders?
  • Do you enjoy helping non-technical audiences understand complex technical concepts?
  •  Do you enjoy working in the open and sharing experiences, knowledge and ideas with colleagues and peers?

If so, then our Digital Adoption and Inclusion Analyst role could be perfect for you. Join us at the heart of our transformation and help us make digital more accessible to all our communities.  

Our vision is to create connected and inclusive communities supported by innovative and digitally-optimised services. Hounslow is on an exciting journey of transformation with digital embedded at the very heart. Our work will improve the lives of our communities through improved digital services, skills and connectivity. 

The work you do will be fundamental to the success of our transformation. 

About the role 

You’ll play a key part in helping us to reduce digital exclusion by ensuring that staff, residents, and partners have the right access, ability, motivation and trust to use online tools and other digital channels to take full advantage of the many benefits that being digitally skilled can bring.  

You’ll assist the delivery of the Digital Inclusion action plan, supporting the work of the Digital Inclusion Group which comprises partners from across the public, private and voluntary sectors.   

You’ll facilitate awareness and support programmes to build digital skills, helping to drive the adoption of technologies such as Office 365 online, enabling colleagues to make the most out of the tools that are available to them and encouraging more efficient and collaborative ways of working.   

You’ll harness a craving for learning by exciting people about the possibilities of technology and innovation. It’s about creating a cultural shift towards new ways of working. 

Find out more 

Read the role profile for further information about the position and what we’re looking for from candidates. 

How to apply    

Please outline what skills, abilities and experience you can bring which makes you an ideal candidate for this role. Please ensure you refer to the requirements outlined in the job profile when completing your application.  

Working for Hounslow   

In return for your skills, we can offer the chance to be part of an inclusive team, within an incredible borough. We offer flexible working, career development and a whole range of generous benefits, including:   

  •  A competitive salary of £35,496 - £38,385.  
  •  A minimum of 24 days annual leave, which can go up to 30 days, plus public and bank holidays and Christmas closure days.
  •  Generous, secure and safe pension in the Local Government Pension Scheme.  
  • • Season ticket loan.
  • • Staff wellbeing services.
  • • ...and much more...

We predominantly work remotely with some travel to / within Hounslow when needed. We offer flexible working and do not anticipate that you will need to work in Hounslow five days a week. However, it’s important that you will be able to travel to Hounslow when required. 

Find out more about working for the council: 

You must be eligible to work in the UK.