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Data Returns and Student Number Planning Analyst
Ref. 50051095

Salary
£43,611 per annum (Incl. LWA)

Department/School
Strategy, Planning and Performance

Location
Central London


This post is full-time and permanent, working 35 hours per week.

The student number planning and returns team are seeking a proactive and motivated individual to support statutory student reporting (HESA, OfS) and play a pivotal role in enabling HESA data futures. This role also supports student number planning activities, the production of management information reports and data visualisation dashboards, developing/maintaining data models and conducting analysis as required.

You will likely be looking for a new challenge or ambitious to progress your career to the next level. The successful candidate will have a first degree or equivalent relevant experience, along with experience of HE statutory returns. Strong analytical skills and a high level of computer literacy and experience of manipulating large and complex amounts of data are also expected along with the ability to manage a busy and varied workload, managing deadlines and the contribution of other staff.

Supporting delivery of the University mission, the department produces integrated and forward-looking intelligence and provides stakeholders with timely, accurate and relevant management information for driving efficiencies and effectiveness. The processes within the department are agile to change and reflect the significant shifts in the sector. The tools and data sources employed include MS Office, QlikView and SITS.

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Closing date: midnight on 5 February 2023
Interviews are likely to be held on: w/c 13 February 2023

Administrative contact (for queries only): Recruitment@westminster.ac.uk