IRISi, an award-winning social enterprise established in 2017 to promote and improve the health care response to gender based violence, is looking to recruit a new Data Scientist. The post is home-based. Work will involve attendance at both virtual and in-person meetings (dependant on COVID guidelines) so you need to be willing to travel as required.
Our Vision is a world in which gender based violence is consistently recognised and addressed as a health issue.
Our Mission is to improve the healthcare response to gender based violence through health and specialist services working together.
We are a second-tier organisation, usually providing services and support to other organisations, rather than delivering front-line services.
IRISi’s flagship programme is IRIS (Identification and Referral to Improve Safety), a general practice based domestic abuse (DA) training, support, and referral programme. The organisation supports the local commissioning, implementation, maintenance, and growth of the IRIS programme. IRISi’s work also includes bid development, training for trainers, ongoing support, national analysis, and monitoring. IRISi collaborates with partners to develop innovative, evidence-based health interventions for those affected by gender-based violence and offers expert advice and consultancy in the field of domestic abuse and health. We are working towards having a suite of evidence-based health, domestic abuse and sexual violence programmes that can be commissioned locally.
About the role
The post holder needs experience of building, implementing and managing databases (both online and offline). They also require the experience to support data management and data analysis of our current and developing work and organisation.
Hours: 21 per week.
Salary: £31,346 (pro rata).
Location: IRISi Bristol office or home-based.
You should apply if you:
• Have experience in using STATA or R or similar software.
• Hold a Masters Degree in Data Science, Computer Science, Statistics or other quantitative background.
• In the absence of a Masters degree, have equivalent experience.
• Have the right to work in the UK.
And if you can see yourself working with:
- Data system management, support and training.
- Data system development.
- Data analysis and evaluation.
- Data Storage.
- Customer Relationship Management System (CRM) development.
How to apply
For more information on how to apply, download the information below. Please return your application form by 9am, 31st January 2022 to Lucy Downes, IRIS Network Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews: via zoom on Friday, 4th February 2022