Data Analyst

  • InHealth
  • Winsford, UK
  • 10/12/2021
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Job Description

This is a Full-Time position of 37.5 hours per week paying £30,000 - £37,500 based in Winsford. At present, the majority of our office based staff are working from home, post Covid we are offering a flexible approach to working locations.

InHealth Intelligence (a part of the InHealth Group) is a leading software provider of information management solutions for health organisations in the UK. Our main areas of focus are providing Diabetic Eye Screening services and population-based data analysis to improve long-term conditions diagnosis and promote prevention that ultimately support patients.

At Inhealth Intelligence, we thought we could build our own software system to suit the functionalities of our business better than what the market was offering! We did just that and since then, our market share has grown significantly, seeing a major increase in not only staff using our system, but also the number of patients we manage the care of.

As a Data Analyst, you will work within the Information Analytics Team supporting the Child Health Information Service (CHIS) to ensure that all data relating to Healthy Child, Screening and Immunisation Programmes is of the highest possible quality. Further to this you will be responsible for monitoring the completeness of data in the Child Health Information System and monitoring the data flows into and out of the CHIS.


  • Gain a detailed understanding of Health Intelligence's flagship application, HI Hub. Where HI Hub Standard Reporting does not support the customers' requirements deliver ad-hoc report generation and also assist in the specification of new reports to be incorporated into the HI Hub service
  • Undertake the answering of information & data related support desk requests/issues
  • Assist in the design and development of management information requirements. This will involve the development of key performance indicators, systematic reporting on activity and data quality
  • Present complex information about performance in a clear and understandable format to groups or meetings
  • Review information report definitions and validate clinical data class coding systems to support the accurate delivery of information reports
  • Support the validation of reference data and patient data load processes
  • Work closely with colleagues to ensure that they make the most effective use of available information and analyses, giving them the support they need to understand and interpret information through coaching, training and other such approaches
  • Assist in the undertaking audit, surveys or research to support service development and to develop new methodologies for the analysis and interpretation of data
  • Support service improvement through the provision of accurate information
  • Ensure compliance with the GPDR, Data Protection Legislation, NHS data definitions and reporting standards
  • Assist the development of new techniques for supporting performance reporting and the provision of information to support the modernisation of the services
  • Work to achieve agreed objectives and outcomes, acting autonomously and using initiative and motivation whilst working within broad professional principles and policies
  • Assist in ensuring that documented processes are in place and kept up to date
  • Understanding of database systems, data models, data structures, and data quality metrics


  • Have a minimum of a 2:1 degree in Computer Science, Informatics or other information/statistics-based subject
  • Be able to work in a confidential and sensitive manner
  • 2 years commercial experience in information or data services
  • Experience in health care information services and experience working in both Linux and Windows environments would be beneficial
  • Working under pressure and to tight deadlines whilst ensuring accuracy