Performance & Impact Analyst

Client: London Borough of Southwark

Location: Hybrid Working

Salary: £35,862 - £40,005

Closing date: Sunday, 28 April 2024 23:30

Performance & Impact Analyst

The Role: 

Our Policy, Partnerships and Performance (PPP) division is a part of the Strategy and Communities department, which sits at the heart of the Council’s corporate centre. We are a busy and fast-past division with lead responsibility for the Council’s overarching strategic Anchor Network partnership work: Southwark 2030, co-ordinating whole council improvement oversight such as our recent LGA Corporate Peer Challenge, maintaining and improving the Council-wide strategic policy framework, and providing corporate performance structure and insights.

We are seeking driven, solutions-focussed Performance & Impact Analysts, to build a consistent cross-council evidence-driven culture within the department and services, and work with the team to support a performance management framework. The post holder will collaborate with IT colleagues to develop, assess, enhance, and refine a sustainable long-term data strategy. You will support the key strategic projects, assist in performance cycle reporting, and play a key role in designing and implementing processes and controls that enhance data quality to enable use to develop thorough and incisive insights.

About Southwark: 

“A people powered council, creating a fairer, greener, safer future for all” 

Southwark is home to a diverse community of over 320,000 residents who live in neighbourhoods ranging from Bermondsey and Rotherhithe on the south bank of the River Thames to Peckham, Camberwell and Dulwich. We’re also home to a thriving voluntary sector, world-class health institutions, and high-performing schools. 

The council itself is one of the largest local authority social landlords in the UK and directly manages over 55,000 homes, which are lived in by nearly 40% of Southwark residents. But perhaps the most exciting fact about our council is that it’s powered by people like you.  

Southwark is a values-led council and our beliefs – in the power of people and the vital importance of tackling inequality – define who we are. Being ‘People powered’ means that we recognise the people who work here, at the council and with our partners, and live in our communities are our greatest strength. That’s why collaboration – with residents, partners and colleagues – is at the heart of everything we do and in every decision we make.

About You: 

The ideal candidate should possess extensive knowledge and demonstrable experience in introducing innovative data concepts and methods, showcasing expertise in data modelling and utilising data dashboards. Previous experience within a team focused on the managing and interpreting performance data, particularly in a local government setting, is highly desirable. The candidate should demonstrate a proven track record of engaging with diverse stakeholders and team members, driving the completion of products, and team tasks under pressure while encouraging others to meet deadlines. Additionally, experience supporting the implementation of data-driven performance systems is highly desirable. 

Additional Information: 

We’re always looking for new ways to deliver even better services. Join us and you can do more for yourself and the residents and partners in Southwark.

Benefits and more information:

• Training and development programmes, uniquely tailored to your interests

• Standard hours, 36 hours Monday – Friday, may vary, occasional evening meetings may be required 

• Hybrid working arrangements available subject to business needs

• Generous 26 days annual leave (plus bank holidays) and rising to 33 days having met criteria

• Local Government Pension Scheme

• Job share potentially available

For more detail on benefits, please visit: Working for Southwark Council – Southwark

Guaranteed Interview Scheme

As part of our commitment to inclusion, we offer guaranteed interviews for specific groups of people. To qualify, you'll need to meet the minimum requirements for the role, and identify with one of the below criteria:

• Members of the Armed Forces and veterans

• Are currently in care, or have previously been in care

• If you consider yourself to be disabled or if you have a long-term health condition

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For further information or a confidential discussion about this role, please contact: Andrew Barton on 07922 386 432 or email