Criminal Justice Data Administrator

    Dec 5, 2018
    Hatfield, United Kingdom
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    £21,307.69 - £22,647.30 plus Fringe £602.13 per annum
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    Change Grow Live have been commissioned by Hertfordshire County Council to provide drug and alcohol recovery services.

    Based at 9 sites across the county, the recovery services provide a full range of support options to help adults with drug and alcohol misuse problems, ranging from advice and information to structured treatment programmes, medically assisted recovery and alcohol community detoxification. The aim is to deliver sustainable recovery by reducing the harm caused by drugs and alcohol and enabling people to live independently, secure training or employment, and play a positive role in their community.


    A fantastic opportunity has arisen to work within this setting providing both data analysis and administrative support. The successful candidate will be skilled in ensuring vital data is captured, collated and interpreted accurately. This role is pivotal to service delivery and for setting the benchmark in performance monitoring. By supporting the Senior Data Manager, St Albans Team Leader and staff team you will aid in ensuring the high standard of service delivery is achieved and maintained.


    The successful candidate will possess excellent data analytical skills and IT skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and Access. In addition you will have excellent organisation skills and be able to communicate effectively at all levels. The post holder will be required at times to act as the first point of contact for both service users and professionals who contact our service, therefore we will be looking for confidence and experience in the successful applicant

    Experience Requirements

    Change Grow Live are committed to creating an inclusive environment, which celebrates difference and allows our staff and service users to flourish. We recruit the very best staff from a wide range of backgrounds, ensuring service users benefit from our diverse skills and expertise. We always work to the principles of fairness and equality of opportunity in all our recruitment processes.

    We also expect an assertive approach to ensuring the safety and well-being of all children, young people and adults, and applicants to these posts will need to demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to best safeguarding practice.