Data & Outcomes Assistant
Do you care about people but also love detail? Better still do you loves data and systems? If you love to number crunch, then come and join our lovely bunch!
This is a NEW role in a growing charity who have big plans and ambitions to support people living with dementia in an unprecedented way. Would you like to be part of something special?
In the last 3 years, despite a pandemic, the charity has managed to consolidate dementia services in the area into one central location – Sage House. This is the first of its kind in the UK, and from this state-of-the-art Hub we are delivering a wide range of vital services which are all designed to provide innovative and empowering care, support, information, advice, and activities for those living with dementia and their carer’s.
We are looking for a capable and highly motivated person to join our team. We are looking for a super-organised, efficient person who will work closely with the operations team to ensure excellent data quality in our database (Charitylog) and then report on the information. You will have a key part to play in helping us collect and interpret data about the number and type of people our different services reach and the impact we make on the lives of those who engage with them.
Do you have a positive attitude and excellent communication skills? GREAT! We want to hear from you. You will also need a good level of experience of Excel to manipulate and interpret data, together with excellent customer care skills, an eye for detail and a strong work ethic.
If you are interested in joining our high performing team and want to help us to deliver quality services, then we would be pleased to hear from you.
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To apply please complete the Application form and return it to Suzanne.Cole@dementiasupport.org.uk.
If you would like to discuss the role in more detail, please speak to Sally Tabbner, Chief Executive on
Closing date; Midday 28th February 2022
Interviews; 10th March 2022
We cannot serve our diverse customers without firstly celebrating the diversity of our workforce. As an equal opportunity employer, we work hard to create an inclusive culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging. As a charity we welcome and value difference, so however you look, wherever you come from and whatever you watch on TV, we want to hear from you (although if it’s Bake Off or other things food related, we’d particularly like you to make contact).
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Dementia Support is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of people living with Dementia and their Carers, and it expects both staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be subject to pre-employment checks, including references and a Disclosure & Barring Service check.