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Data & Performance Administrator

Healthy Me Healthy Communities
Manchester

Posted: 20 Sep 2022

Deadline: 11 Oct 2022

Compensation: £23,625 FTE (actual between £9,449.44-£11,811.80 per year depending on hours worked)

Paid Part-time Fixed term / contract

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Job description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our friendly and purposeful team. Our Data and Performance Administrator will play an important role inputting, collating and analysing data from our services and activities. The ideal candidate will enable us to translate data into information and knowledge for organisational growth and development.  

Location: Based at Gorton Central, Gorton Community Centre, Gorton, Manchester, M18 8PE with combination of flexible/home working in line with our flexible working policy. Please note, this requires at least one day per week working at our base in Gorton.

Position type: Fixed term contract until 31st October 2023.

Working hours: Negotiable between 14 - 17.5 hours a week (equal to 2 - 2 and a half days a week) Monday to Friday. Working hours to be negotiated between 8am and 6pm in line with our flexible working policy.

Start: as soon as possible.

Other details:

  • 5% employer pension.
  • 25 days holiday plus 8 statutory bank holidays rising 1 day per year to a maximum of 30 days (pro rata for part time).
  • Plus 1 leave day for your birthday and 1 wellbeing day accompanied by £100 wellbeing budget to be spent on an activity of your choice.
  • Sick-pay is 4-weeks full pay, 4-weeks half-pay followed by statutory sick pay (subject to satisfactory probation period).
  • Access to free, confidential 'Health Assured' employee assistance programme.
  • We hold the Association for Accredited Learning 'People, Culture and Wellbeing Quality Mark' demonstrating our commitment to promoting a healthy, wellbeing-focused culture and working environment.
  • HMHC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and celebrates diversity. We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQIA and from different socio-economic and educational backgrounds.

About Healthy Me Healthy Communities 

Healthy Me Healthy Communities is a not-for-profit social enterprise founded in 2012 making a positive difference to people’s health, lives and local communities. HMHC operates on the principles of coproduction, bringing together a range of partners, resources and assets for achieving positive outcomes in neighbourhoods across Manchester. At the heart of our work is involving people who benefit from our work, believing everyone has the skills and capacity for improving their own, families and communities’ outcomes.

HMHCs’ Strategic Vision is:

“Enabling people to improve their own and communities’ life expectancy and quality of life by reducing health and life inequalities, resulting in health and social-care savings”

So “everyone enjoying a long, healthy and happy life.”

Gorton Central

Gorton Central is our first neighbourhood hub, providing our Gorton Community Grocer, resident-led workshops, training, and room hire. Gorton Central includes Co:Lab our newly refurbished community coworking space for local home workers, social and food entrepreneurs, including 'The Paint Pod' a free 1-2-1 space for partner services. The weekly calendar is complimented by a range of partner activities for living well in Gorton.

No 93 Cafe & Food Hub

No 93 Cafe & Food Hub at No 93 Church Lane is a wellbeing centre based in Harpurhey, North Manchester, and sits within Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH). The centre hosts a range of voluntary, community and statutory support groups, who run activities and groups such as exercise classes, arts and crafts and a self-help depression group. HMHC operates the Café & Kitchen, offering affordable external catering, and providing a range of in-house breakfast and lunch home-made food and drink options. The Cafe & Kitchen is also a vibrant training space, offering a range of volunteering and development opportunities.

Community Grocers

Our award-winning Community Grocers are projects for community organising redistributing surplus food and household items that would otherwise go to waste, tackling poverty, strengthening communities and reducing health inequalities in Manchester. For £2.50 a week, members are able to take home around £12 worth of food. Whilst at the Grocers, we work with members to connect them into a range of health, wellbeing, employment and development opportunities, supported by VCSE and statutory partners, with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of health inequality.

The Learning Store

The Learning Store brings together our vast experience of developing and delivering community led services with our learning expertise, offering unique learning experiences that combine hands on experiences, taught workshops and placement opportunities. In partnership with the Association for Accredited Learning we deliver the Level 2 Community Food Worker Award. We also deliver non accredited bespoke food, cooking, community development and community organising training.

Key accountabilities:

1. Input, collate and analyse data (quantitative and qualitative) from our services and activities using Microsoft Office packages including Excel.

2.Maintain and develop our data collection, input and analysis methods and systems.

3.Translate and present data as meaningful and accessible information to the staff team and Senior Leadership Team.

4.Produce impactful and concise data and infographics for social-media content.

5.Undertake other duties as required to meet the organisational needs.

For this post, successful candidates will need to demonstrate their skills and experience of the following:

1. Experience of data collection, input and analysis (this can be from education, paid employment or volunteering).

2. Good IT skills with the ability to fully utilise Microsoft Excel (Office 365 Cloud).

3. Ability to work in an organised, efficient and diligent manner.

4. Ability to work on own initiative with minimal supervision.

5. Good inter-personal skills and ability to work effectively and professionally in a small-team and with external partners, agencies and the communities we serve.

6. Genuine interest in the work of the organisation and our social purpose.

7. Entitlement to work in the UK at the point of the role commencing.

All Healthy Me Healthy Communities post-holders must be able to demonstrate their commitment to:

  • Health & Safety
  • Reducing disadvantage
  • Equal opportunities

Application information

Please send the following documents to Emma Danis at info@hmhc.co.uk by 10am on Tuesday 11th October 2022.

1) Your CV (max 2 pages A4 in word document or pdf format)

2) Completed HMHC Job Application Form (available from our website www.hmhc.co.uk)

3) Completed HMHC Equal Opportunities Form (available from our website www.hmhc.co.uk). Completion of this form is voluntary and is not viewed during the recruitment process.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 19th October 2022 at Gorton Central, Gorton Community Centre, Highmead Street, Gorton, M18 8PE or via MS Teams. Candidates selected for interview will be provided with the interview questions in advance. At the interview, the panel will welcome questions from candidates about the role and the organisation.

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About Healthy Me Healthy Communities

ealthy Me Healthy Communities is a not-for-profit social enterprise founded in 2012 making a positive difference to people’s health, lives and local communities. HMHC operates on the principles of coproduction, bringing together a range of partners, resources and assets for achieving positive outcomes in neighbourhoods across Manchester. At the heart of our work is involving people who benefit from our work, believing everyone has the skills and capacity for improving their own, families and communities’ outcomes.