Part time 28 hours per week
Ealing Council is on an ambitious journey of transformation, putting residents at the heart of what it does. The council has set its overarching priorities which are to support:
- Good, genuinely affordable homes
- Opportunities and living incomes
- A healthy great place
As part of ensuring the best possible outcomes for the borough’s residents, the council has had a complete rethink of how it gathers intelligence to underpin the work of the council and its work with partners.
The Strategy, Intelligence and Performance service, at the centre of the council, aims to offer a joined-up first class service across a wide variety of council services and key external partners.
If you are looking to join a team of experts, to develop and shape the new service and be part of a council that is developing innovative solutions, it is a fantastic time to join Ealing Council.
We are looking for a corporate parking analyst who will sit within the Strategic Intelligence and Corporate Performance part of the service. You will undertake the reporting of data and information to support performance management of parking services.
The role also involves working with parking services to ensure that all aspects of its work are monitored, measured, reviewed and reported on, in order to contribute to the performance management and improvement aspects of the service’s programmes.
You will produce the analysis of data and information that enhances the understanding of practitioners, managers and elected members in respect of parking services. You will also make a major contribution to the council’s ability to use data to drive strategies, identify priorities and evaluate progress.
The work is varied and as part of a diverse service, covering a range of specialisms, you will have exposure to and opportunities for development in new areas.
You will benefit from 24 days leave (pro-rata), the Local Government Pension scheme, flexitime, ability to work from home and a discount scheme in local shops.
This role is deemed customer facing and as such you must have a command of spoken English which is sufficient to enable you to effectively perform the role. This requirement relates to Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016.
This role is subject to Ealing Council’s enhanced vetting process.
Closing Date: 8 April 2021