Evidence and Impact Analyst – Fixed Term 12 Months

Manchester

Closing date: Thursday, 21st Jan 2021

Salary £15.56 per hour/£28,319.20 per annum
Hours 35
Weeks per Year 52
Annual Leave 25 days plus 10 days bank holiday
Contract Fixed term 12 months

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At Henshaws we are devoted to making a difference to the lives of the people we support. Sometimes this can be the smallest of things and other times something that adds a real wow-factor to a person’s life. We see our work changing people’s lives for the better every day.

We are recruiting for a Evidence and Impact Analyst for the Knowledge Village sector of our Charity

Job Summary

Ensure that Henshaws Community Services (CS) and Knowledge Village (KV) are evidence-based, needs-led and clearly demonstrate impact to support Henshaws overall strategy.

Develop and implement a CS/KV evidence and impact framework that is systematically implemented across Henshaws services.

Effectively manage the monitoring and evaluation of CS/KV, by promoting and embedding best practice in quantitative and qualitative research techniques and tools to ensure evidence and impact are robust.

Manage Microsoft Dynamics and provide reports to the Senior Leadership Team.

Report to the Henshaws Senior Management Team (HSMT) and Board of Trustees on the on-going impact and evidence of CS/KV strategy.

Key responsibilities

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with HSMT to ensure evidence and impact are embedded across Directorates to support the CS/KV strategy.

Proactively engage with external organisations to share evidence and impact, so that Henshaws knowledge and expertise influences health and social care agendas and strategies.

Actively manage and support commissioned projects to ensure research methods are embedded.

To uphold Henshaws values of Informed, Sharing, Proactive, Inspiring, Compassionate and Empowering.

The ideal candidate will possess:

Understanding of the principles of evidence based health and social care research, critical appraisal and the synthesis of health care research evidence.

Effective and persuasive communicator demonstrating oral, written and presentation skills with a high degree of personal credibility and sensitivity.

Educated to degree level or above

Closing date Thursday 21st January 2021 – 12 Noon

To gain a full understanding of the role please read the job description and person specification available on-line at www.henshaws.org.uk/jobs or contact the HR department on 01423 814510.

Henshaws Society for Blind People aims to employ a diverse workforce and is committed to equality of employment and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.

This role may require an enhanced DBS check, please refer to the job description for further details.

Registered Charity No: 221888

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