Data Partnerships Manager

Guy's and St Thomas' Charity

Location London Bridge, London

Position Full time 37.5 hours per week

Salary £45,000-55,000 plus pension and other benefits

Application deadline 30 September 2019
The application deadline for this role has passed

Job description

Are you an impact-focused, self-reliant manager who can juggle a portfolio of projects? Do you have a background in managing data and analytic partnership across public, private, academic and philanthropic sectors?

We’re looking to recruit an individual with experience in working in the data and analytics sector with solid relationships, critical analysis and project management skills to join our Data and Analytics team. This opportunity will focus on strengthening the use of data and analytics by better integrating the use of external data into and analytical expertise into our urban health work, as well as finding opportunities to optimize use and value of our existing internal data and insight.

Your work will be varied, rewarding and interacting with many different stakeholders. You will be encouraged to pitch and progress ideas for us to invest in and support in line with our strategy.

You will have the freedom to work with everyone from the public, private, academic, and social sectors. Your data project portfolio will stretch from fast-paced projects that access key data to answer critical questions, to building long-term strategic partnerships with organisations that are tackling some of the world’s most complex health issues.

You might be selecting high quality data projects to help us target our resources and pinpoint locations for our projects. For example, you may be partnering with companies in the retail of financial sector to understand links between purchasing behaviour and childhood obesity. Or you might be building partnerships with organisations that focus on location and transportation data, to help us understand the impact of air pollution on health.

You will be assisted by the Head of Data and Analytics to assemble and lead a portfolio of projects. Because we are a small organisational team, we collaborate across functions and work closely together. So, if you enjoy variety and pace, this job will offer you exposure to a breadth of health issues and to all parts of the organisation.

The role sits within the Data and Analytics Team, and reports to the Head of Data and Analytics. It will work closely with teams across the office in particular Programmes, Communications and Impact Measurement.

To apply

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