Student Insight & Sector Policy Manager (UOH-TA-0016)

University of Hull
February 05, 2023
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Offerd Salary:£36,386 to £42,155
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Contract Type:fixed-term for two y
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Student Insight & Sector Policy Manager Reference: UOH-TA-0016

Campus: Hull Faculty/Area: Strategic Planning and Business Intelligence Service School/Department: Strategic Planning and Business Intelligence Service Subject Group/Team: Student Insight and Sector Policy Salary: £36,386 to £42,155 per annum Fixed Term Post Type: Full Time Closing Date: Sunday 05 February 2023

Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and/or experience meet the Competency Criteria in the Candidate Pack below.

2x positions available 1x fixed-term for two years and 1x temporary maternity cover

Are you analytically driven and articulate with data? Do you possess skills with Power BI? If so, we want to hear from you...

We are looking for talented individuals who can analyse and report on findings from data such as student surveys and other student feedback and on programme related data, using this information to assist with strategic and operational decision making across the University and to feed into continuous improvement and performance reviews.

Data management and data analysis is fundamental to the success of all organisations today and the University of Hull is no different! Data provides our business leaders with real time intelligence to enable them to make more grounded market predictions. This allows the University Leadership Team to take assumptions or gut feelings out of the equation, to make lower-risk decisions based on facts, provided by the data.

At the heart of the University exists the Strategic Planning and Business Intelligence Service (SPBI). The service is responsible for the coordination and oversight of the University's strategic planning processes and for delivering data analytics and insights to inform strategic and operational decision-making across the University to inform performance review and continuous enhancement.

This is an exciting and critical role as you will have a keen eye for detail, and have a good understanding of data regulation, such as GDPR. You will work confidently and confidentially with restricted business data, sharing and portraying insights to relevant University leaders. Ultimately you will be competent with systems such as Power BI and proficient with analysing both quantitative and qualitative data. Essential to the role is being able to communicative effectively and the roleholder will need to demonstrate their ability to provide information in a suitable format so that others' needs are met and they are able to adjust the level of content to help others understand.

To discuss the role informally, please contact Amanda Newton ([email protected])

The University of Hull welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, pregnancy and maternity, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status. We offer a diverse range of benefits and opportunities to pursue a rewarding and fulfilling career in a supportive environment. From a competitive salary which is annually benchmarked against the market rate, with annual increases; alongside the option to join the USS Pensions Scheme, for which the University contribute over 21% into your retirement fund. To find out more, check out some of our Rewards and Benefits.

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At Hull we are committed to equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion at every level, because we believe a diverse workforce brings broader expertise, improved innovation and greater success for all.

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