Are you a Data Analyst who wants to help transform the lives of vulnerable children and their families? Do you have experience of monitoring data collection and of understanding, processing and presenting high quality monitoring and evaluation information?
This is an exciting opportunity for an individual experienced in research, data collection and presentation to work within our dynamic and supportive team. We are proud to demonstrate the impact of the services we offer which help children and young people get access to good mental health support.
You will work closely with the Clinical Managers of the Bridge in Schools and Bridge Psychotherapy Services to co-ordinate, analyse, collate and present clinical monitoring and evaluation data from our services. You will also work with the fundraiser to translate this data into meaningful reports for funders. Along with statistical number crunching skills, an ability to translate quantitative data into a coherent underpinning narrative, as well as an ability to present information graphically, would be an asset.
About you: You will be practical, proactive, and well organised, with an interest in learning about the Bridge Foundation’s approach to children’s mental health. You will have the confidence to work on your own initiative and deal with people at all levels of seniority. You will be friendly, with a ‘can-do’ attitude, and motivated by achieving the best possible outcomes for children and families.
Benefits include, generous holiday allowance, contributory pension and supportive working environment.
For an application pack please contact Esme Hammer Administrative Assistant on 0117 9424510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews are scheduled to take place at The Bridge Foundation, Cotham in Bristol on Thursday 2nd April 2020.
If you have any queries about the post, please contact Matthew Jenkins, Clinical Manager Bridge in Schools on 0117 9424510 or email@example.com