Senior Insights Analyst
\ 'Kotahi an? te kaupapa, ko teoranga o te iwi\ ' ? ?There is only one purpose to our work:
the wellness and wellbeing of our people.
Led from our Chief Executive, we\ 're embedding a culture of continuous improvement and capability across our unique operating environment at Ara Poutama. Nowhere else is quite the same ? we have over 10,000 people at 151 sites across Aotearoa with over 80% who work directly with people in our care. We also deliver instructional and rehabilitation programmes in high-risk industries, such as construction, engineering, construction, and agriculture ? it\ 's a diverse, interesting andcomplex portfolio to manage safety across.
M? te t?nga | About the role
We\ 're excited to be recruiting for two fixed-term Senior Insights Analysts to join our Safety and Wellbeing Group at Ara Poutama. Reporting to the National Manager Insights &
Assurance, you\'ll playa critical role in leading enhancement and continuous improvement to the way we collect, analyse and use data to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of our people. Alongside your technical expertise, the role requires you to build relationships with key stakeholders across the organisation, assess information to identify emerging issues, and make effective recommendations to provide a basis for continuous improvement in health, safety and wellbeing performance.
Ng? p?kenga e kimi ana m?tou | Skills we look for
To be successful, we are looking for evidence of the following key skills, knowledge and experience in your application:
Significant experience in undertaking and delivering complex data analysis;
Demonstrable ability to assimilate significant and diverse amounts of data, identify patterns, and present in formats that can be easily interpreted by a variety of audiences;
Technically adept ?proficiency with using MS Excel and Visio coupled with experience using specialist software and/or systems;
Strong communication skills ? able to share knowledge and workings clearly and confidently, both verbally and in writing;
Proven ability to develop to develop trust and credibility with leaders, managers and employees;
Adaptable and flexible - can rapidly familiarise with a subject, identify sources or examples of leading practice, and use these to enhance overall quality of outputs;
Highly organised and disciplined ? has a patient and methodical approach;
Experience in a health and safety-related field is desirable, but not essential.
Sounds like you? Apply now!
To apply, submit your CV and a tailored cover letter (PDF) describing your motivation for applying as well as highlighting your relevant skills, experience and personal qualities essential to this role.
Applications will close 9pm on Sunday 28 June. Candidates shortlisted to interview will be invited to take part in a pre-interview competency assessment.
The salary range for this role is $96,557 to $126,316 based on demonstrable skills, knowledge and experience relevant to the role.
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