Information Analyst

20-40% of the time in office/3-4 days at home - Stratford
£40.500 to £47,000 per annum depending on experience
10 Jun 2021
23 Jun 2021
Full Time
Contract Type

Due to COVID19, colleagues in eligible roles are currently working from home in line with government guidelines

Early applications are encouraged as we reserve the right to close the advertisement and interview earlier than stated


Information Analyst Role Profile.docx


Do you want to join one of the UK’s leading Housing and care providers and play a key role in our BI & Analytics team? Do you have strong analytical experience? As an Information Analyst you will be responsible for working with business teams to understand their information needs and provide analysis and insights to support their requirements; helping to influence decisions and outcomes for strategic and operational goals


You will have responsibility for identifying and producing key pieces of analysis supporting strategic and operational decision making by providing timely and accurate bespoke reporting / dashboards and enable self-serve for users via the data platform.


You will have an enquiring mind and will be confident in being able to deal with key stakeholders within the business. This role would suit an individual that is able to analyse and interpret complex data and understand how this data can be used to derive value for the business.  


To succeed in this position, you should have:


• Strong experience as a Business Intelligence  / Analytics Specialist
• The ability to independently query, manipulate, analyse and interpret data
• Good stakeholder management skills and a desire to understand business problems and to evaluate the results of your work in a business context
• Proven quantitative, analytical and problem-solving capabilities
• Document business requirements and drive delivery in an agile environment 
• Reporting and data visualisation tools (e.g. Microsoft PowerBI)
• Strong communication skills and an ability to explain technical concepts in simple terms

• Education to degree level or equivalent experience, ideally acquired in a quantitative discipline, business intelligence or functional discipline 


If you are interested in this role and have the experience required, then apply without delay!


COVID 19: The safety of our staff and our candidates is of the utmost importance. Every effort will be taken to ensure that safe ways of working are adopted throughout the Recruitment and Selection process. We are introducing extra precautions in line with UK Government Guidelines. Our recruitment processes will follow social distancing and COVID-19 Secure requirements. This will include the use of various technologies to support the interview process. Should candidates have any questions regarding this, or if you require additional support please let us know at the interview planning stage.

At the foundation of everything that we do are our corporate values and associated behaviours. Our organisational behavioural framework outlines the core expectations of all employees, which should be demonstrated at all times when representing L&Q.   More information about L&Q’s values can be found on our website and a copy of our behavioural framework can be provided on request.

Our commitments:

At L&Q, people are at the heart of our business and our success depends on employing the best people and getting the best from them.  This is why we are committed to developing our people. It's only by investing in a well-trained and motivated workforce that we can continue to prosper and sustain business success.

In addition to our support and training, the successful candidate will have access to our full suite of benefits including 26 days holiday rising to 31 days with length of service, annual bonus subject to group performance, excellent Pension scheme, an employee assistance programme and non-contributory life assurance.

We are committed to supporting your work-life balance and recognise the changing demands and circumstances in life.  Please let us know during the recruitment process if you’re interested in part time working or job sharing.  In addition, should your circumstances change once you have joined L&Q, you can also request flexible working arrangements, e.g. a change to working hours - if it’s feasible then we’ll make it happen.

We are recognised externally for our commitment to inclusion.  We are a Stonewall Diversity Champion, a Disability Confident (Committed) employer and have signed the Time to Change Employer Pledge to demonstrate our commitment to end mental health discrimination in the workplace.

We expect all of our employees to support our environmental policy and social responsibility work. We are an employer committed to environmental and social responsibility.

L&Q is a regulated charitable housing association and one of the UK’s most successful independent social businesses. The L&Q Group houses around 250,000 people in more than 97,000 homes, primarily across London and the South East.

As a charitable organisation, our role goes beyond providing homes and housing services. We are a long-term partner in the neighbourhoods where we work. We hope to build aspiration, opportunity and confidence in our communities through our £250 million L&Q Foundation and our skills academy. 

In response to the housing and affordability crisis, we will build 100,000 new homes over ten years. Of these, 60,000 homes will be built or funded by L&Q, whilst a further 40,000 will come through partnerships. Crucially, at least 50% of these new homes will be genuinely affordable, with a target of 60% in London.

Our vision is that everyone has a quality home they can afford, and we combine our social purpose with commercial drive to create homes and neighbourhoods everyone can be proud of.

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