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Job Details: Analyst Team Leader – Band 8b

  • Specialism:
  • Informatics
  • Sector:
  • Acute
  • Salary:
  • Band 8b agency capped rate - Inside IR35
  • Job Type:
  • Interim
  • Location:
  • South East
  • Reference:
  • DL18553

A large NHS organisation based in a South Central location are looking to appoint a senior informatics interim to assist with gaps in the current team and provide management to junior staff. 

Main Responsibilities:

  • Ensure standard reports and processes run to time and quality;
  • Find solutions for most problems and escalating as necessary; 
  • Provide management cover to staff for ad-hoc queries balancing Trust priorities with capacity to do work and managing relationships with requesting colleagues; 
  • Attend meetings for department with commissioners to discuss progress on delivering agreed data and considering additional work for commissioners; 
  • Attend internal meetings with divisions and IM&T to both define and provide information needs; 
  • Provide solutions for more complex queries raised by team or needed to meet a Trust internal or external priority; 
  • Responsible for the management of analyst team and responsibility for high profile organisational returns. 

A successful candidate will have: 

  • Most have experience within SQL and Excel also be able to report the business objects from this method;
  • Ideally the organisation is trying to move toward SSRS as the more common vehicle and so be able to utilise this also is highly advantageous; 
  • Expert knowledge of how to effectively use these resources to achieve analysis is vital; 
  • Good knowledge of NHS provider data and definitions, also standard external provider reports (SUS, RTT, CCG extracts, SITREPs, DM01s etc.); 

For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on 0161 241 9674 or email 

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