Senior Data and Insight Officer

Senior Data and Insight Officer

Salary: Band D3 or £32,630 (FTE £40,787) or D4 – £33,937 (FTE £42,421) dependent on skills and experience
Hours: 28 hours per week. We will consider applications for jobshares if candidates apply with a jobshare partner. There is some flexibility to choose which days of the week you work. We come together as an all staff team fortnightly on Tuesdays so ask that you are able to commit to this.
Location: Our office is based in Angel, London. This postholder will be required to be in the London office 2 days per week.
Contract: Permanent
Interview date: w/c 29 April
Shortlisting date: w/c 22 April
Closing date: Monday 15 April, 9am

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Young Women’s Trust champions young women aged 18 to 30 on low or no pay. We’re here to create a more equal world of work and raise young women’s incomes.

We offer young women free coaching, feedback on job applications and information to help them get where they want to be. We bring together a network of thousands of young women to support each other, build their self-belief, and have their voices heard. We work with young women to campaign for equality in the workplace. And our research provides insight into what young women’s lives are really like, fuelling our campaigns for change.

In this newly created role, you’ll use your CRM database expertise to extract actionable insights from data, supporting colleagues across the charity to make evidence-based decisions, follow best practice in data governance and communicate effectively with our audiences.

As well as significant experience of managing a CRM database, data selections, segmentation and reporting, you’ll bring a collaborative working style and the ability to work with a range of teams.

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Young Women’s Trust strives to be an inclusive and representative organisation. We are committed to appointing individuals from a wide range of backgrounds, lived experiences and cultures. We particularly encourage applications from communities under-represented in our organisation, including ethnically minoritized and disabled individuals. We use positive action under section 159 of the Equality Act in relation to disability or race. This means that if we have two candidates of equal merit in our process, we will seek to take forward the disabled or Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidate in order to diversify our staff team.

You’ll be joining a team that will embrace your ideas and support and encourage you to bring your whole self to work.

We can make reasonable adjustments throughout the application process and on the job. If you have particular accessibility needs, please get in touch and let us know any requirements you may have.

Young Women’s Trust is a Living Wage employer and we commit to Show the Salary for every job we advertise. Non-graduates are welcome and we offer a wide range of flexible working options including job share, part-time and compressed hours, different start and finish times and working from home.

We offer:

  • 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays – rising annually to a maximum of 30 days
  • Enhanced parental leave irrespective of length of service
    • Up to 52 weeks maternity leave – 26 weeks at normal rate of pay, 13 weeks Statutory Maternity Pay, 13 weeks unpaid
    • Up to 26 weeks new parents leave at your normal rate of pay
  • 2 annual wellbeing days
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Learning and development budget
  • Flexible working which is fully embedded in our working culture

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How to apply

Please complete a job application form and return to: recruitment@youngwomenstrust.org

We would be grateful if you could also complete our anonymous online equal opportunities monitoring form.

Deadline to apply: Monday 15 April, 9am

You must have the right to work in the UK to apply for this role.

We are not able to sponsor work visas for non-British applicants.

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