Coram-i is looking
for an experienced analyst who understands children’s social care in England to
help us drive forward a number of innovative and exciting initiatives.
Coram-i works with
others to improve services primarily to children’s social care services such as
adoption and fostering to improve outcomes for children in care. It uses the
mix of skills available at Coram and its partners, including social workers,
analysts and management consultants that combine to develop innovative
approaches as well as ensure the best outcomes for the most vulnerable
children. There is a wealth of data collected in children’s social care and
Coram-i believes that a lot more can be done with it to help the sector improve
the quality of services provided to the most vulnerable children. This post
will be crucial in driving our work in this area.
Coram is a dynamic
and responsive children’s charity that draws upon a distinguished history and
reputation for contemporary practice expertise in creating better chances for
children. With over 400 staff across the group, a distinctive headquarters near
King’s Cross and project teams across the country, Coram strives to be a
credible, respectful, professional, dynamic and committed organisation where
these values infuse all that we do to help the most vulnerable children, young
people and families in our society. Coram has developed into the Coram Group
including CoramBAAF, Coram Life Education, Coram Children’s Legal Centre, Coram
Voice and most recently Coram Beanstalk.
The charity is
working to advance the quality and impact of services through evidence-based
practice. At the heart of this is the development and consistent provision of
research and consultancy services.
Key Purpose of the
- To provide high-quality
quantitative analysis across all assigned projects, responding flexibility
to the analytical needs of Coram and our clients
- To lead on the development
of analytical approaches, tools and visualisations that will support
Coram-i’s work and help ensure that the improvements Coram-i achieves with
organisations are sustainable.
- To ensure that data we
collect from the sector is robust and timely; that it is analysed
accurately and swiftly; and that it is used to inform the development of
policy, practice and processes.
Please refer to the
Job Description and Person Specification for further information
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Closing Date: 9.00am, Friday 15th November 2019