Data Analyst and Systems Officer

Data Analyst and Systems Officer 

Accepting applications from: 28.09.18 – 12.10.18
Role type: Full Time
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: £28,500 per annum

In this role, you will be responsible for managing and developing Toynbee Hall’s datasets and databases used to produce a wide range of funding reports and research projects.

Purpose of the role

You have strong quantitative analytical skills and experience of working with large and complex datasets. In addition to project management skills, you have strong experience in using data-handling tools along with strong written and oral communication skills. You are experienced in producing high-quality written work and presentations, suitable for a range of audiences.

The role will require someone who has experience in developing CRMs and who has worked in the non-profit sector, as you will also be managing the roll-out of the CRM to other internal teams as well as external organisations who share project delivery.
Working with personalisation, migration and training, and ensuring data capturing delivers against external and internal targets/KPIs, you will be flexible and able to manage priorities in a changing environment.

You will be responsible for the design and development of future features and be the key contact for external developers. You must have a hands-on strategic approach, working closely with teams that are using the CRM or who have yet to adopt the CRM to ensure the CRM meets their requirements, and problem solve against barriers. Driven and autonomous, you will need to establish good working relationships across all teams and through all levels of Toynbee Hall, ensuring data processes and integrity are implemented. 

For more informationabout this opportunity please find the Job description below.

To apply for this opportunity, please submit your completed application form to

The deadline for completed applications is Friday 12th October 2018 at 16:00pm. 

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