Are you passionate about how data can be better collected and used to improve the healthcare response to gender-based violence? IRISi is looking for someone with experience in managing databases, writing and running reports and analysing associated data. They also require experience in building and implementing data collection systems and the skills to train and support non-data specialists to use data systems.
- Salary: NJC 29-31 £35,411 – £37,261 (pro rata), dependent on experience.
- Hours: 16 hours per week (flexible over days although some hours on a Tuesday are preferred).
- Location: Home based with the ability to travel to IRISi Bristol office at least once a quarter.
- Annual Leave: 25 days p.a. plus 8 bank holidays (pro-rata).
- Pension: 3% pension contribution (after successful completion of a four-month probationary period).
- Probationary period: Four months.
- Tenure: 12 months fixed term (maternity cover).
- Employer: IRISi.
- Reporting to: Network Director, IRISi.
IRISi is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2017 as the social enterprise responsible for sustaining and expanding the rollout of IRIS, a successful programme which had already been running across the UK for almost a decade. We work to promote and improve the healthcare response to Gender-Based Violence (GBV), an issue that disproportionately affects women and girls.
Our Vision is a world in which gender-based violence is consistently recognised and addressed as a health issue.
Our Mission is to promote and improve the healthcare response to gender-based violence by working side by side with health and specialist services.
- We are collaborative and work in partnership.
- We are committed to improving practice and to delivering high-quality services.
- We are committed to promoting equity, diversity and inclusion, and to cultivating a sense of belongingness.
- We are passionate and devoted to our cause.
- ·We believe that hope, strength and resilience are the foundation of our work.
About the role
You should apply if you can see yourself working with:
- Data system management, support and training.
- Data storage.
- Data system development.
- Data analysis and evaluation.
- Supporting the IRISi team in all in-house research or evaluation-related work across the organisation’s projects.
We are an inclusive organisation, committed to ensuring our Board and staff team reflect the diversity of the people we serve. We warmly encourage applications from individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and across all the protected characteristics.