The Family and Young People Tracking Service Officer is part of the Troubled Families team and will liaise with a variety of partner agencies to ensure the timely return of data to the local authority. You will work with other local authority service teams and be responsible for system maintenance of local authority databases and on-going development and management of the data on young people and families held centrally within the authority’s databases and performance systems.
You will produce monthly data reports and statistical analysis for internal and external use and ensure that the Council’s responsibility to provider returns to the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government is undertaken. The post will work to develop and improve tracking systems within the borough to reduce data collection duplication across the Early Help model and other data streams across the LA.
You must have a Level 4 qualification in a related field or alternatively 3 years’ experience of working and studying within the area of data management. You must have at least three years’ experience of working within the area of data management, including report writing and project planning, and experience of working effectively across services and other public sector bodies.
If successful, you will be required to apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for an Enhanced DBS Check or an Enhanced DBS Check for Regulated Activity. Further information about the DBS Scheme can be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service
Interviews will be held on 25 September 2018.
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Clare Hunt Troubled Families Co-ordinator on 0151 511 7342