Provider Quality Performance Analyst - Adult Safeguarding Team

Location
England, Essex, Chelmsford
Salary
£26275 - £30300 per annum
Posted
21 Aug 2019
Closes
29 Aug 2019
Ref
24835
Job role
Social Worker
Contract Type
Full time

Essex County Council (ECC) is one of the largest and most dynamic local authorities in the UK, serving a population of 2 million residents, and has a very successful track record of delivering transformational change. ECC anticipated change was needed in the public sector and has worked to deliver better quality at lower cost. We have an ambitious transformation agenda - one with the scope to reach every part of the council. We are changing the way we think, the way we work, and the ways in which we deliver our services. We are committed to becoming a place where individuals, partners and communities feel proud to play their role and genuinely want to belong. We're immensely proud of our flexible working options.

ECC has transformed to be far more proactive. Our new model has moved from focusing on long term care and support and is now centred on early intervention, recovery and enabling people to live independently for as long as possible. Our mission is to make the best and most sustainable use of all resources available to the adult, their families and carers; to ensure they have access to information and tools to enable them to live healthily and independently for as long as possible; and, to exercise choice and control over their lives, while ensuring safety, dignity and quality of life for all the adults we work with, including those in need of long term care.

ECC Adult Social Care, through effective practice, is moving towards a transformational shift from a focus on long-term care support, to a model with four key principles:- prevention; early intervention; enablement and safeguarding. This will enable people, their families and carers to be able to access information and tools to live healthily and independently. Providing an opportunity to respond pro-actively to growing service demand in a sustainable way, within the financial constraints of the Council.

This role is focused on the analysis and management of data around provider performance from a wide range of sources. Ensuring the data and intelligence is analysed effectively to inform reactive investigation and improvement strategies.

This post will sit within the Organisational Safeguarding Team. The successful applicant will utilise a wide range of internal and external quality data information and feedback to conduct analysis and ensure regular reporting to ensure highlights critical information to key stakeholders.

Responsible for reviewing and analysing data sources for the Safeguarding team whilst creating and managing the process of providing key information on a regular basis ensuring actions are underpinned by detailed processes and documentation.

Responsible for maintaining the Organisational Safeguarding Database, producing reports to ensure decision making and strategic development is supported by robust data analysis.

Responsible for delivering regular quality and reporting dashboard to ensure stakeholders are kept up to date on progress and trends.

Responsible for collating evidence to support the end to end provider concern lifecycle.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Educated to degree level or alternative professional qualification, or by equivalent experience.

Evidence of continuing professional development and demonstrable capability of practice in accordance with current professional standards e.g. professional capability framework, knowledge and skills statement.

Experience of working within a social care setting and public section environment with skills in understanding and responding to different perspectives.

Experience of utilising project management skills effectively.

Strong communication skills that are clear and able to present a compelling care or presentation in a clear style that is easy to follow

Evidence of creative thinking, practical problem solving skills and able to meet deadlines.

The role requires you to be mobile throughout a wider operational area including travelling around the county of Essex and beyond, transporting service users and their belongings and to be able to do so in an emergency. Driving licence and car or the ability to meet the mobility requirements of the role through other means is essential.

As part of employment with Essex County Council (ECC) should your role require a DBS check you will be required to register with the DBS update service. The DBS update service ensures all registered DBS certificates are kept up to date and allows authorised parties to view the status of your certificate. This is an annual subscription and you will be responsible for ensuring this is maintained. For further information on the DBS update service please go to https://www.gov.uk/dbs-update-service.

Essex County Council is proud to offer an excellent benefits package to all its employees. More information can be found on https://www.workingforessex.com/benefits

Essex County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

We seek the best talent from the widest pool of people as diversity is key to our success.

If you have any queries regarding this role, or require anything further, please contact the Resourcing Team on 0333 013 5888.