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Performance Strategy & Information Officer Fixed Term until 31 March 2025

  • Employer: St Helens Borough Council
  • Reference: SSTF6
  • Published: Fri 31/03/2023, 11:28 AM
  • Closing on: Mon 17/04/2023, 23:55 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: £30,151 - £32,020
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Workplace: On-Site
  • Location: St Helens Metropolitan Council, Merseyside

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Performance Strategy & Information Officer Fixed Term until 31 March 2025

  We are St Helens Council 

Located in the heart of the Northwest close to Liverpool, Manchester and Lancashire, St Helens is a modernising council which is passionate and ambitious for the children and families we support, our communities and our workforce. As part of our transformation journey, we continue to build on our progress and put children firmly at the centre of our care. We can only do this because of our highly valued, skilled and supported workforce. St Helens council is on a mission to be a leading council for best practice and an employer of choice for individuals seeking a rewarding role and career. 

Working within Children’s Services at St Helen Council means you will enjoy a wide range of competitive salary and benefits, flexible working and continuous development at all career stages. We are a strong, resilient Council, that respects and values the individuality and diversity that every employee brings to the Council. We encourage applications from all sections of the community to enable us to represent the neighbourhoods in which we serve. 

The Difference you will Make in the role of Performance, Strategy and Information Officer 

An opportunity has arisen to recruit a full time Performance, Strategy and Information Officer who will be located within the Supporting Families Team 

Supporting Families launched in March 2021 and builds on the previous Troubled Families programme. As set out in ‘Supporting Families 2021 to 2022 and beyond’, its focus is on building the resilience of vulnerable families. 

The successful candidate will work alongside the Data Analyst to collate, produce and analyse information and statistical data for the Local Authority and Government departments, to inform service improvement, programme priorities and evidence-based practice. You will work with a broad range of partners to coordinate and collect appropriate data relevant to the delivery of Supporting Families Programme. Your role will help secure the Supporting Families Payment by Results by tracking individual children and families outcomes. 

Who should Apply? 

Knowledge of the Supporting Families Programme would be an advantage but not essential. 

The ideal candidate will need excellent organisational skills, work well under pressure, deliver to deadlines and use your initiative to problem solve and anticipate situations. You will provide support for strategic planning and performance management through the provision of high quality, accurate and timely data insight. 

You must have strong data analytical skills and an ability to identifying solutions when approaching problems. 

If you are the kind of person who really likes to make a difference and are keen to take on the challenge them, please read our full job description and person specification documents which are included with this vacancy listing for full and further information. 

Please note successful applicants will be subject to Enhanced DBS Disclosure. 

Thank you for your interest in working for Children’s Services at St Helens Council and we look forward to receiving your application. 

Please note we reserve the right to close the advert early should we receive a sufficient number of applications and encourage you to apply early, to avoid disappointment.

Equality & Diversity
St Helens Council respects and values the individuality that every employee brings. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, who share our values, our commitment to inclusion, and who will help us on our journey to transform our organisation. Further information about Equality & Diversity at St Helens Council can be found here
St Helens Council is a Disability Confident Employer. Disability Confident Employers lead the way in helping to take action that changes attitudes, behaviours, and cultures for the better.

NOLAN Principles of Conduct in Public Life. 
All Council employees are required to abide by the ethical standards embodied by the 7 Nolan Principles: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty, and Leadership.