SYP - Performance Analyst - August 2022
Role: Performance Analyst
Department: Performance & Governance
Salary: £26,565 - £30.420
Hours: 37hrs per week
Contract Type: Permanent
The post of Performance Analyst sits within the Performance Management Unit. This role will report into the Performance Review Officer who has responsibility for the Protecting Vulnerable People subject area
If you have previous experience in a statistical and performance management environment and are passionate about supporting improvements for the public through effective delivery of information, then this could be the role for you.
- Deliver statistical performance products to support strategic change within SYP including monthly, quarterly, financial year, rolling year and ad hoc management Information as required.
- Proactively interrogate a wide range of data sources to meet statutory statistical requirements and make recommendations to continuously improve data collection, data quality and statistical analysis
- Develop and sustain effective working relationships with a wide range of internal and external customers and present to audiences at the appropriate level, preparing and distributing both tactical and strategic reports to clients.
- Deal with queries from external customers such as Home Office, HMICFRS, NPCC and members of staff and internal customers or redirect as appropriate.
- Collect data and compile statutory and associated Home Office statistical returns
- To negotiate, discuss and agree terms of reference and strategies for intelligence and performance products with clients.
- To assist in the development of effective procedures for delivering analytical products.
- To utilise inference development, undertake analysis and develop recommendations as and when required.
- Present reports and findings to senior staff and officers, to ensure they are kept updated on areas of risk.
- Prepare and present evidence in court or for other hearings if required
- Commit to develop personal knowledge and skills in the field of performance analysis by exploiting available system and knowledge products
- Ensure observance and compliance with the principles of the Data Protection Act.
- Identify performance and intelligence gaps, formulate and suggest requirements, assist with the formulation of intelligence and performance collection plans
- Help devise/develop/prepare funding bids, research proposals, information repositories and material for dissemination to a variety of partners
- Monitor progress and resolve problems through the research role, where relevant, respond to research and development queries and respond appropriately
Skills and experience:
For further information relating to the role and tasks of this position, please refer to the attached role profile.
We offer generous entitlements and supportive policies to enable a better work-life balance, some of which are listed below:
- Generous annual leave allowance
- Flexible and agile working
- Generous ‘family’ leave
- Voluntary CPD Events for all staff to allow continuous development
- Mentoring & Coaching Scheme
- Paid Professional Subscriptions when relevant to role
- Access to a range of occupational health facilities
- Generous pension scheme
- Employee assistance service (accessible 24/7)
- Additional benefits for Westfield Health members
- Cycle to work scheme
- Sports and Social Club
Applicants must meet the minimum requirement checkable history criteria, which must be taken into account for individuals applying to work with South Yorkshire Police in any capacity. A minimum checkable history of 5 years is required for this role and successfully undergoing recruitment vetting procedure is a pre-requisite of employment with South Yorkshire Police.
Appearance & Standards:
The Force is currently reviewing the Appearance and Standards Policy, with particular focus to Tattoos. All visible tattoos will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, pending consultation of the Policy review. Until such time, please do not be discouraged from applying to the Force as any visible tattoos will be discussed on a case-by-case basis. Any tattoo which could be deemed inappropriate, or cause offence will not be accepted. If you have tattoos, you will need to make a declaration at the time of application.
South Yorkshire Police’s Key Values:
Please find attached information sheet on South Yorkshire Police’s Key Values. The force has a particular focus on three areas, Fairness, Integrity and Trust. Under each of these three headings there are key behaviours we expect all employees to adhere to.
Friday 9 September 2022 at 23:55
Closing dates are not normally extended, other than in exceptional circumstances and agreement is made between the Talent Acquisition Manager and the Line Manager for the role.
Contact point for applicants:
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Diversity & Inclusion:
South Yorkshire Police welcomes applications from under-represented communities. For further information on diversity and inclusion within South Yorkshire Police, please visit the diversity and inclusion page:
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In addition, we will look to support anyone who requires Part Time/Job share working hours.
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Note to candidates:
Please note that, should you be successful at the interview stage, the relevant internal or external pre-employment checks are required. These include vetting clearance or review, prior to being appointed to the new role and start date being agreed.
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