Intelligence & Performance Manager (SEN Project)

  • Location:
  • Salary:
    £24.32 - £29.00 / Hour
  • Job type:
    Contract
  • Posted:
    9 hours ago
  • Category:
    Other
  • Deadline:
    August 28, 2019

Tower Hamlets Council are currently working alongside Spencer Clarke Group to recruit an Intelligence & Performance Manager (SEN Project)

 The role is Full Time and operates on a 6+Month ongoing contract We are looking to get someone started as soon as possible.

The Hourly rate is £24.32 to £29 Negotiable dependent upon experience and we are hoping to get someone started as soon as possible.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lead on service review and improvement projects within Children & Culture related to services provided for children and young people with special educational needs, challenging and supporting services to improve outcomes and aim for the best. This will involve preparing and drawing on a range of qualitative and quantitative evidence to support service improvement activity, directly presenting it to service stakeholders and providing constructive challenge as appropriate.
  • Manage the research, collation, capture, storage and publication of evidence and datasets to support strategic planning and decision-making within Children & Culture. This will entail identifying internal and external datasets that will help the 2 council to understand patterns of need and service demand within the borough, and putting in place the systems and processes required to enable efficient capture and storage of these data.
  • Manage and quality-assure the production of needs assessments and analytical products for Children & Culture to support strategic planning and commissioning. This will involve managing the output of officers to prepare statistical reports and direct drafting where required.
  • Manage and quality-assure the preparation of cyclical and ad-hoc Children & Culture performance reports and present these directly to senior management, members, the public, regulators and other external stakeholders as required

Essentials;

  • An expert understanding of the national and local context for and operations of children’s services, especially support for children and young people with special educational needs.
  • An expert understanding of statutory, policy and regulatory frameworks with regard to children’s services.
  • Advanced analytical and numerical skills and a demonstrable ability to work with complex datasets.
  • Experience of project management.
  • Ability to produce information for external regulators including for inspection.
  • Experience of data protection and safeguarding frameworks.
  • Experience of delivering performance information and high quality intelligence and analysis products to support improvement

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If you are interested in this role or would like to know more information, please contact Khalsa at Spencer Clarke Group

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