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Analyst - Social Impact

Analyst - Social Impact

  • Location

    Prescot

  • Sector:

    Procurement & Supply Chain

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £30000 - £35000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Ben Whyatt

  • Contact email:

    benw@cedarrecruitment.com

  • Job ref:

    JO0000008815_1608638631

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-01-21

  • Startdate:

    February/March 2021

  • Consultant:

    ConsultantDrop

Cedar are supporting a Private Sector client in the North West who are on the look for a Social Impact Analyst. This is a permanent opportunitiy with a salary ranged from £30,000 up to £35,000 on offer. The application deadline for this role is on Thursday 14th January 20201 and interviews/assessments will be completed remotely/online in February 2021.

Working within the Social Value Team and reporting to the Social Value Manager the Social Impact Analyst will be responsible for the implementation of social impact measurement, analysis and evaluation across our social value (through the procurement process and the planning system) and social investment work. The role will be responsible for:

  • Monitoring: data collection and processing, surveying activities and people, interfacing with people and businesses to collect and process social outcome data

  • Analysis & Reporting: assessing data to value outcomes and adopting multiple methodologies as required

  • Assurance: evidencing outcomes, verifying results to provide assurance to stakeholders over outcomes presented in report

  • Evaluation: understanding trends, evaluating the impact of social value and investment activities

Candidates applying MUST HAVE experience which covers:

  • Experience of embedding Social Value in Procurement contracts and frameworks would be advantageous

  • An understanding and passion for Social Value and Social Investment

  • Strong analytical and data management skills

  • Knowledge and experience of different impact assessment methodologies and latest developments relating to Impact Assessments and Social Value

  • Educated to a degree level and/or working towards or having achieved Social Value Practitioner status would be advantageous