Data Analyst (full-time, London)

SHS has over 30 years’ experience of delivering support to children and families within schools. We are experts in identifying and tackling the barriers that prevent children from achieving at school. We get children and young people back into school ready to learn, whatever it takes.

Data Analyst
Salary: £30,000 to £35,000 per annum (according to experience)

This permanent, full-time role is based in our Head Office in Stratford and has been created to be a part of our drive to find new ways to demonstrate the meaningful impact of our services and how our work makes a real difference for vulnerable children and young
people, based on the data gathered.

The successful candidate will be confident to work with minimum supervision and have at least two years’ experience of a similar role providing data analysis in a charity or social care environment. This is a very hands-on analytical role with responsibility for day-to-day standard reporting requests as well as lots of scope to make an impact; your fresh perspective on our data with its analysis and recommendations will directly influence internal decisions and business strategy.

● Review and improve existing systems and procedures for data recording, recommending and implementing new systems or software as needed
● Help monitor and maintain all KPIs across the entire business.
● Generate, edit, and support data reports and dashboards.
● Relate our data to external research and other sources
● Generate insights through exploratory analysis.
● Support the Head of Operations in ensuring that the organisation’s data management activities take full account of legal, ethical and data protection requirements, as well as organisational policies and procedures.


Please see the job description for full details.

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter describing how you meet the person specification to

For an informal chat, please contact Catrin Doe on 0845 337 0850


Closing date for applications: midnight, Sunday 21 July 2019
Interviews: Wednesday 31 July 2019


School-Home Support​ ​takes very seriously the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring that our safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice. Our safeguarding policy recognises that the welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances. The role above is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check.