Location: London (travel in the UK)
Close Date: 15/11/2019
Point of contact for applicants: email@example.com
A unique and exciting opportunity to support the implementation and delivery of an innovative homelessness programme. SHPS works with individuals who do not meet the criteria for priority need support but who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, helping them to either find new accommodation or sustain their existing tenancies. The service is currently operating in three boroughs and is expanding across London.
The programme is an outcomes contract where we are paid for achieving positive social outcomes for our clients. This model allows flexibility in how the service is delivered with a focus on evolving the service delivery model to best achieve the target social outcomes for the people we support. The scale and ambition of the programme represents an exciting step forward in this growing area of public sector commissioning.
SHPS is a subsidiary of Bridges Outcomes Partnerships, a not-for-profit social enterprise established to develop and deliver outcomes-based contracts, working in partnership with public sector commissioners and impact driven delivery organisations.
The focus of your work will be to lead on data analysis and reporting critical to the successful delivery of this contract. You will report to the SHPS Director. The Data and Operations Analyst will also actively participate in the design and refinement of our systems and approaches to support greater collaboration across the Councils and the delivery organisations. You will be critical to identifying priority areas for adaptive management to ensure that the programme is continually learning and applying this to improve operational performance and prevent more people from becoming homeless.
This role will also offer the opportunity to support on other homelessness related projects being delivered by Bridges Outcomes Partnership, one or two days a week. These include a project supporting rough sleepers in Manchester and projects in Bristol and London helping Care Leavers.
Each candidate should submit an expressions of interest, no more than 1 side of A4, detailing how they meet the requirements of the role description and the key competencies. Interviews are expected to take place in November 2019 with the intention that the successful candidate will be able to commence their duties as quickly as possible.
Applicants to the role should send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15th November, 2019.