Lead Performance Analyst - new job in City of London, UK

Lead Performance Analyst
  • £450 - £550 per Day
    DAY
  • Contract
  • City of London, London, England, UK City of London London GBR EC3A 4AF
Job Ref: BBBH32338
Sector: Business change & transformation
Date Added: 01 August 2022

Who we are:

Our mission is to build a simple, joined-up and personalised experience for everyone. Using our unique position at the centre of government, we develop services that work for the user, however complex the underlying systems may be. We believe that ensuring things work for end users is the only way to realise the efficiencies that come with digital transformation.

What you'll do:

As Lead Performance Analyst on the Digital Identity programme, you will provide expert guidance and leadership on analytics strategy and the development of performance frameworks at product, workstream and programme levels. You will have the opportunity to shape what we track and how we track it. You'll also work with government departments and other organisations to develop cross-domain analytics.

You will oversee the quality of performance data-gathering, relevant analysis and timely application to product development. As lead practitioner you will ensure good practice and work with senior practitioners to improve capability. You will work with programme leadership to develop a programme-wide performance evaluation that can be shared with senior leaders in GDS and across government.

Lead Performance Analyst responsibilities include:

  • leading the development of key performance indicators (KPIs) and performance measurement frameworks across multiple projects, ensuring consistency and strategic alignment
  • ensuring the good practice and quality analysis, including compliance with privacy policies and legislation, whilst working with teams to embed cycles of testing, reporting and optimisation across the programme
  • working with other discipline leads to build a programme-wide view of performance using data from multiple sources, including cross-domain tracking, and report insights to programme leadership
  • informing the development of programme strategy and product roadmap, including iteration of analytics and optimisation tools, and work closely with product, user research and policy leads to enable balanced, data-informed decision making
  • working with the Digital Identity programme leadership to communicate programme performance to senior leaders in GDS and across government
  • building performance analytics capability in the Digital Identity programme and GDS and identifying skill gaps and development needs in the programme
  • working closely with the Lead User Researcher to improve insights gathering across the programme and share lessons across communities of practice
  • line managing senior performance analysts and coaching performance analysts at all levels, whilst acting as a point of escalation

Who you are:

Skills and experience required for the role include:

  • demonstrable experience in formulating questions, developing hypotheses, interpreting and validating data, distinguishing observations from insights, and applying user-centred analysis to improve outcomes for the end user
  • experience of leading and developing teams of analysts, preferably in multidisciplinary, agile environments
  • demonstrable experience of developing performance measurement frameworks across multiple projects, ensuring consistency and strategic alignment
  • experience handling large volumes of data and strong proficiency with digital analytics platforms, such as Google Analytics, Google BigQuery, Adobe Analytics or other APIs
  • experience working with product, data and technical roles to develop products with built-in measurement and to iterate tooling to improve data gathering and analysis
  • experience in persuading senior leadership to include analytics and insight in their decision making - tactical and strategic - as well as stakeholders at various levels of data-literary and seniority, through proactively providing informed analysis to help drive direction in decision making.
  • being able to see the bigger picture and have the ability to provide insight and analysis through storytelling, contextualising the data to senior management and stakeholders

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age

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31/08/2022 09:19:48
GBP 450 550 Day
Contact Consultant:
Antonio Vastano

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