Following an extensive strategic review of our mental health and wellbeing provision for students across the collegiate University, a Change Team is being formed within our Student Support Department of Education Services to manage the implementation of the review's recommendations.
We are seeking a Data Transformation Project Associate to join this new Change Team. This exciting role will require the application of a wide range of skills to lead and support the data transformation workstream of the project; from conception right through to delivery and evaluation.
Implementing the Review will be transformative to student mental health and wellbeing services across the institution, affecting change at micro and macro level. The data transformation workstream is concerned with ensuring that all data relating to student mental health and wellbeing is properly and securely collected, collated and communicated across the institutions within the University and Colleges. The workstream will both improve the student experience of interacting with student support services, and facilitate improved analysis and evaluation to support the wider goals of the Change Team.
The ideal candidate will have be educated to at least degree level, and have excellent organisational, problem solving and project management skills. Communication and interpersonal skills will be paramount and the post holder must have a flexible and pragmatic approach to deliver a complex programme of change. Experience of performing data analysis, using relevant software and/or complying with data protection regulations is desirable, but not essential.
This position offers an exciting and challenging opportunity to join a newly- formed and ambitious Department as we embark on delivering a strategic transformation programme that aims to make a real and tangible difference to students' lives.
This is a time-limited post (3-year fixed term contract) to coincide with implementation of the review. The role is advertised as full time but we welcome applications from individuals who wish to be considered for flexible working arrangements.
When applying, please upload your CV and cover letter outlining how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification in the Further Particulars. Applicants will be shortlisted on this basis.
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University Counselling Service, CambridgeSalary
21 November 2022Closing date
11 December 2022