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Business Intelligence Analyst - REQ6424

London South Bank University - Corporate Affairs

Location: London
Salary: £38,882 to £45,505 inclusive of London weighting per annum.
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 12th October 2021
Closes: 27th October 2021
Job Ref: REQ6424

London South Bank University (LSBU) is a leading university for professional and technical education. It has particular strengths in Health, Engineering and the Built Environment including in higher and degree apprenticeships. LSBU is part of LSBU Group, which include a Further Education College and a Multi-Academy Trust.

The Business Intelligence Analyst reports to the Head of Performance Analysis as part of the Strategy, Planning and Performance (SPP) team. Responsibilities of SPP include:

  • Oversees the annual planning and risk management process.
  • Delivers the performance management framework and the provision of performance management data.
  • Oversees external data returns and benchmarks against competitors and the sector overall.
  • Delivers analysis of corporate datasets with the view to performance improvement.
  • Delivers core management information for staff across the Group.

Overall purpose of the role:
To provide high quality, insightful and professional analyses of internal and external data to support the work of the Strategy, Planning and Performance (SPP) Team.

The post-holder will form collaborative relationships with colleagues in both academic and professional services functions across the LSBU Group.

Main activities and responsibilities:

  • Design and implement easy to maintain, agile IT solutions to support key business intelligence needs;
  • Produce accurate and timely performance information for stakeholders across the LSBU Group to assist decision making to improve performance;
  • Support the Group in managing large data collections surrounding surveys relating to student feedback;
  • Support the data collation, cleansing, analysis and quality assurance processes in relation to external returns.

To discuss the role, please contact Karen McLernon, Head of Performance Analysis at mclernok@lsbu.ac.uk.

Details about the role and how to apply:
Permanent, Full Time – 35 hours a week.

Please provide a CV and a covering letter of up to two pages highlighting your experience and skills which particularly qualify you for the role.

Hours of Work and Working Pattern: The basic working week will be 35 hours.

Interview and assessment process:
Closing Date: Wednesday, 27th October 2021.
It is expected that the interview will be held shortly after the closing date.

Please Note: The Job Reference number for this post is REQ6424.

Employment Visa: Under the UK Governments PSB scheme this role does not meet the criteria to be sponsored by LSBU for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application.

Please be advised that currently LSBU will only support the Certificate of Sponsorship for any employment visas and will not support the payment of the employment visa for the offered candidate and/or dependants.

During the unprecedented situation of Corona Virus (COVID-19), we want to provide some assurance that where possible we are continuing with recruitment to our vacancies and look forward to you applying. Emails will be used to correspond with applicants, please ensure that you use an email account that you regularly monitor. We have provisions to conduct interviews remotely and will direct you to the relevant video interviewing system via email.

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