Community Insight Officer

Community Insight Officer - London - 12 Month Contract - £27.50ph Umbrella (Inside IR35)

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Community Insight Officer to join the team of a public sector organisation within London.


The key areas of responsibility for this post include the following:
, Insight and intelligence
, Strategic leadership, partnership engagement and planning commissioning and delivery
, Evaluation, innovation and research
, Developing public health skills and leadership
, Management of budgets and resources



  • Support the development of an in depth understanding of the range of factors impacting on health and wellbeing and health inequalities within the relevant population groups by working in close partnership with community organisations, commissioned services and other statutory sector agencies.


Based on the above take an active role in the collection of information and insight to support the implementation of public health work e.g.:
, in depth needs assessments,
, health impact assessments
, health equity audits
, evidence reviews
, evaluations
, economic evaluations
, modelling
, asset mapping
, participatory research
, surveys
, qualitative studies
, local and national health surveillance systems



  • Work across the council and with partners at local, regional and national level to support the development and implementation of an action plan to make measurable progress against each aspiration.

  • Provide public health input to influence programmes commissioned by other commissioners within and outside the council, that will impact on the health of the Tower Hamlets population with the aim of improving, or mitigating any risks to, health and wellbeing.

  • Work with academic partners, community organisations and providers to support a collaborative programme of research relating to aspirations.

  • Apply relevant accredited public health competency frameworks to assess strengths and areas for improvement for self, any staff they manage or volunteers they supervise.

  • Lead, motivate and manage the work of any staff or volunteers they manage, including regular individual supervision, performance management and bi-annual appraisal of staff in accordance with all Council requirements, and supporting individual professional development, including coaching and mentoring where appropriate.


To be suitable for this opportunity; the following qualifications or experience is required:



  • Previous experience of working in similar role


For further information and to apply then please contact Deanna at STR on 02392322381 and email a copy of your most recent CV to dhiggins@strgroup.co.uk



strgroup is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.




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