Data and Research Analyst
London/Hybrid
Part time
Job description

CAP sets up and supports local partnerships that aim to reduce alcohol harm in children and young people, improve their health and well-being and enhance their communities.

We require someone experienced in research and insights to lead CAPs research and insights output; including to determine which areas of the UK (including Northern Ireland) have the highest levels of underage drinking harms, perform analysis to determine optimum location of projects based on evidence of harm - including targets and locations for future growth plans based on existing CAP areas.

You will need to collate and analyse evaluation returns to assess impact of CAP to support the production of annual reports, conduct research and scoping in order to inform a national campaign to prevent supply of alcohol via parents- focusing on areas and demographics where prevalence is highest, provide statistical and analytical support to the Director, Board and team as required, respond to internal and external queries about data and research, keeping abreast of findings from relevant research in relation to underage drinking harms.

The ideal candidate will be reliable and able to take direction as well as work on their own initiative. They will be able to manage their own workload and work well with other team members. They must be able to work well under pressure and prioritise a demanding and varied workload. They must also have an adaptable, friendly, positive and collaborative approach to working as part of a small and dynamic team; as well as maintaining close attention to detail and excellent IT and communication skills.

Key responsibilities

Work with the CAP Director to:

  • Undertake research and data analysis in order to determine which areas of the UK (including Northern Ireland) have the highest levels of underage drinking harms (based on hospital admissions, police and crime data and any other indicators).
  • Perform analysis to determine optimum location of projects based on evidence of harm, including targets and locations for future growth plans based on existing CAP areas.
  • To collate and analyse evaluation returns to assess impact of CAP to support the production of annual reports.
  • Research and scoping in order to inform a national campaign to prevent supply of alcohol via parents, focusing on areas and demographics where prevalence is highest.
  • Provide statistical and analytical support to the Director, Board and team as required.
  • Responding to internal and external queries about data and research.
  • Keeping abreast of findings from relevant research in relation to underage drinking harms.
  • To perform any other reasonable duties as directed by line management.
  • Attend relevant meetings and CAP events.
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Person specification

Details of required qualifications, experience and skills can be found here.

Benefits

Employer pension contribution 5%, employee contribution 4%

Holidays: 25 days plus public and bank holidays (pro rata)

Location: Office in SE1 London with flexible hybrid working policy (UK based) subject to relevant rules, guidance and meeting needs of the role.

Part time (3 days per week or equivalent pro-rata)

Remuneration: £40,000 - £60,000 per annum.

Instructions on how to apply can be found here. Interviews will aim to be held mid April – date TBC.

Deadline for applications: 5pm 23 March 2024.