Business Analyst / Project Manager
Business Analyst / Project Manager
Salary: £36,000 per annum
37 hours per week, permanent
Open to flexible working
Do you wish to work for an ethically minded Community Interest Company that reaches over 3000 people every week?
Can you deliver comprehensive, accurate data analysis reports to a high standard that will speak to a variety of audiences/stakeholders?
Are you able to research and draft tenders that demonstrate how services can meet the needs of our communities, backing this with the data and research to evidence the rationale?
Are you comfortable with leading projects with varied stakeholders across the business and externally, managing, updating and monitoring progress against milestones?
If your answer to these questions is yes, we have an exciting new job opportunity that could be for you.
Curo is an organisation with social purpose at its heart. We provide affordable homes that help people find security and stability and a positive future. Our values are at the core of how we work. We care about our colleagues and their wellbeing and recognise their sense of pride in the work they do to support our customers.
We own and manage around 13,000 properties in the south west, the majority of them in Bath. As well as rented housing, we offer support for vulnerable people with thoughtful and effective services, and work to improve our homes and estates and build new places for people to live.
We are ranked in the top 50 of The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to work for in the whole of the UK. We care about our colleagues and this is evident in their sense of pride and the tireless work they do to support our customers.
What you'll be doing
We are looking for a Business Analyst & Project Manager to work with Independent Lives colleagues, partners sector experts to collate, present and analyse contract data from our NHS and social care contracts to support performance and help us expand our reach. Project and systems leadership will be a key element of your role, you will have responsibility for working with service leads to draft tenders and develop services in response to the communities’ needs around housing wellbeing and health. You will manage a range of process, digital and organisational change projects in order to deliver an effective approach to continuous improvement and process re-engineering, that generates measurable value.
Putting the customer at the heart of everything we do means we strive to deliver a consistently great customer experience. As part of the Independent Lives team you will have a key role to play as we implement our Independent Lives Strategy. More about you
You will bring experience of analysing and presenting performance data to a senior audience. You will be at home re-designing processes to increase efficiency and reduce operational risk. You will be able to evidence a strong track record of successful project management and a willingness to deliver flexibly in a complex and fast-moving environment.
You will be a structured, self-starter with a positive attitude and the ability to lead others. An understanding of social issues in housing or previous project or BA experience in the construction industry is helpful and we value transferrable skills too. In return you will have the opportunity to be a key player in a growing business and be a key influencer in its success.
At the same time, you will demonstrate resilience and the desire to work in an interesting environment where no day is ever the same!
We will need to take up an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check for this role which we will do for you when you start.
When and where you'll be doing it
You’ll be based in Bath and from home as agreed
What will you get in return?
We think you’ll have a job that makes you feel good about what you’re doing – you will make a difference to our customers’ lives every day.
- A day’s leave on your birthday
- 26 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays) rising to 29 after 3 years’ service
- Opportunity to earn performance related pay
- Company Pension contribution of up to 10%
- Flexible Benefits including health care, gym membership, buying holiday
Here at Curo we are about getting the right candidate for the right role, however we recognise that as an organisation we are underrepresented in certain areas. Therefore, we operate the disability confident scheme to encourage disabled applicants and we welcome applications from candidates who are BAME or LGBTQ+.
We also welcome applications from Curo customers