Analysis Manager - Flexible and hybrid working available

Location
York, London, Homeworking
Salary
£45,045 per annum + £5,000 London Weighting (if London based)
Posted
11 May 2022
Closes
06 Jun 2022
Ref
JRFT132107
Contract Type
Permanent

About the role

JRF’s Insight and Analysis team produces high-quality, original and actionable JRF analysis about poverty issues. We draw on a range of data sources, commissioned research and work with partners with lived experience of poverty to better understand what’s happening, why, and what can be done to solve poverty.

We are looking for someone with the knowledge and curiosity to help shape and lead JRF’s programme of analytical work. The role offers the opportunity to undertake original and creative analysis to shed new light on poverty-related issues, as well as offering a professional analytical perspective across the wider organisation.  The role involves designing the approach, identifying requirements and leading a range of innovative analytical work to meet JRF’s priorities.  You will also take responsibility for leading the development, maintenance and improvement of the infrastructure underpinning JRF’s analytical work.

This post sits in the organisation’s Insight and Analysis team, reporting to the Head of Analysis.

The Analysis Manager would be expected to generate ideas for new analysis, using a range of data sources, to support JRF’s mission – informing our policy & ideas work and our campaigning, media and advocacy activity. They would be responsible for leading and managing significant pieces of work – as well as supporting the growth and development of other members of the team

About you

We are seeking applications from people with a passion for high quality, creative and impactful analysis. You need an ability to design, shape, lead and deliver high quality analysis, as well as providing leadership and professional development to the analytical team. You will have a thirst for exploring the possibilities of new data sources and different analytical techniques as well as a strong commitment to social policy and solving UK poverty.

Strong expertise in statistical analysis, economics or social research are essential. So too is an ability to work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues to design and carry out analysis.

Experience using data analysis software (e.g., Stata) to analyse national survey datasets is necessary, with wider experience of analysing other forms of data for example administrative data highly desirable.

About us

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is a highly regarded independent social change organisation. Our mission is to inspire action and change to solve UK poverty. Together with the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust (JRHT), we are working towards a shared vision of a prosperous UK without poverty.

Founded in 1904, a substantial endowment from the family confectionery firm means that JRF does not need to fundraise. We make grants and invest extensively in projects and partner organisations which are working to achieve the same goals. Through research, policy, collaboration and practical solutions, JRF aims to inspire action and change that will create a prosperous UK without poverty.

We work with others to put forward sector-leading research, evidence, solutions and stories to the UK’s influencers and decision makers.

We believe that a prosperous poverty-free UK is within reach, we just need more people to believe it too.

Making an application

If you share our passion and this role sounds like you, then we’re looking forward to hearing from you.

For full job description and to submit your application please click 'Apply'.

Closing date for applications is Monday 6 June 2022.

Interviews will take place either in York, London or remotely later in June.

Additional Information

At JRF / JRHT we’re at our best when we’re continually building on trust, showing we care and making a difference – and hope others will do the same. So as life returns to normal, and for those roles which allow it, we’re developing a more blended approach to how and where you work. Which means you can expect to work flexibly between the office and home.

Our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

At JRF/JRHT we believe in giving everyone an equal chance to succeed. Applications are welcome from all regardless of age, disability, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief, race, sex, sexual orientation, trans status or social economic background. We positively encourage applications from people with experience of living in poverty.

We are a Disability Confident Employer. This means that we are committed to the recruitment, progression and retention of disabled individuals. We shall also offer interviews to disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the job. If you have a disability, please tell us if you would like to be considered for an interview under the Disability Confident Scheme.

In support of our approach to flexible working we are happy to receive applications from those seeking full time employment, as well as those who may want to share the role on a part time basis. When making your application, please state whether you want to be considered for either full or part time work and, if part time, the number of hours per week you would be looking for.