Data Officer

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University of Nottingham
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (GB)
£23,334 to £27,830 per annum
29 May 2019
End of advertisement period
19 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Full Time

Libraries Strategy & Planning

Location: Kings Meadow Campus

Salary: £23,334 to £27,830 per annum (pro-rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.

Closing Date: Wednesday 19 June 2019

Reference: LD186219

We’re looking for someone with a passion for data to join University of Nottingham Libraries in the newly created role of Data Officer.  You will be working within the existing Strategy and Planning Directorate support team who underpin the activities of the rest of the department.

Using your excellent numerical skills you will support the effective use of data across the department.  You’ll bring experience of both quantitative and qualitative data analysis and will use both to provide colleagues with access to timely, accurate and meaningful management information.  

Reporting into the Strategy, Performance and Data Manager you will support in the development, deployment and analysis of surveys and the ongoing monitoring and enhancement of departmental performance.  You will also be responsible for managing our annual data returns. 

You will use your skills in analysis, visualisation and interpretation to clearly present data and information in a format appropriate for a wide range of audiences, including our senior management team.  Your work will inform decision-making within the department, therefore a keen attention to detail will be essential if you are to succeed in this role.

You’ll be confident working with a wide range of people from across the department and through the strong working relationships you create, will support the enhancement of our data capability.  

We are a department committed to exceptional behaviours and ways of working, so we would like you to have a high degree of emotional intelligence and be used to giving and receiving constructive feedback. We also aim to cultivate a working environment that enables staff to be the best that they can be and coordinate support for staff, which considers wellbeing and resilience. 

This post is permanent and full time (36.25 hour) position however applications are also welcome from candidates wishing to work part-time (minimum 30 hours per week). Please specify in your application if you wish to work part time and the number of preferred hours. Job share arrangements may also be considered.

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