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Summary

  • Salary: £38,000
  • Contract: Full Time, Permanent
  • Location: Head Office in London, W6 with opportunities for flexible working
  • Closing date for applications: 5:00pm, 25 May 2022

About this role

Do you want to help tackle UK poverty?

We are looking for an Insight Analyst who does.

One in five people among us, over 14 million in total across the UK, are unable to thrive because of a lack of money. Turn2us exists to help people struggling to make ends meet. We do this by giving direct financial help through our own charitable grants; supporting people to increase their income through benefits, grants and other support; and by highlighting ways to reduce essential costs.

We’re looking for an Insight Analyst to be part of our fight against the poverty that is devastating lives across Britain today.  Joining a vibrant and creative team, the right person will be passionate about tackling UK poverty, and driven to create insights from our data, so that the charity can continuously improve.

As Insight Analyst, you will be responsible for delivering insights from Turn2us’ large-scale datasets, for both external research purposes and internal business analysis needs. You will create and maintain internal visualisation tools and share our service data across the organisation. Finally, you will collaborate with external partners, so that we use our data to support people facing life-changing events and tackle the causes and symptoms of poverty.

Although technical skills are required to perform this role, an open and inclusive approach to insight and analysis is essential. We believe that deep knowledge and understanding are created through discussion between people. We are looking for someone who can support colleagues at Turn2us to analyse data from themselves and derive their own understanding.

The Insight Analyst will also work to include service users, in any analysis project. By working in partnership with people with lived experience, Turn2us’s strategy, services and outcomes will more fully reflect what people need. We particularly welcome applications from anyone who has their own lived experience of poverty, or financial hardship.

This is a key role for an ambitious charity and at an exciting time of change and growth.  If you wish to be part of that, and to help improve the lives of people in vulnerable circumstances across the UK, we look forward to hearing from you.

Please read the Insight Analyst Job Pack for further information.

How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please apply on the Applied website.

1) You will then be asked to submit personal details including diversity data. All diversity data will be treated as confidential. Those involved in the selection process will NOT have access to it. The information given by candidates will be solely used for the purpose of improving the recruitment process.

2) As part of the recruitment process, you will be asked to complete questions around yourself which are linked to the requirements for being successful in this role.

3) The closing date for applications is 5:00pm, 25 May 2022

Please let us know if you will require any special provision as a result of any disability should you be called for interview.

Turn2us is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from members of all communities. It is committed to equality of opportunity, inclusion and diversity. We encourage and welcome applications from all parts of the community regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Turn2us wants to enable an environment where everyone is kept safe from harm and can thrive. We are committed to safeguarding everyone involved in our charity and the work we do. You can read a safeguarding policy on the Turn2us website.

If you join us at Turn2us, you will start on 25 days annual leave per annum (prorated for part time workers). Each year in the month you joined, you will receive additional years leave up to a maximum of 30 days. On top of this you will receive bank holidays. The charity also offers 2 volunteering days per year to allow staff to gain experiences and skills outside of work for example at a food bank or becoming a trustee at another charity.

We offer flexible working patterns, both in terms of hours and remote working.