Job Title: CIS Analyst Developer 

Post requires candidate to be entitled for work: Yes 

Salary Range: £45,456.18  to £51,528.70 

Contract Type: Permanent 

Full time/Part Time: Full Time 

Term Time only post: No 

Advert Closing Date:18/07/2024 

 

 

By joining the Government of Jersey and wider Jersey Public Services, you'll be proud of what you can achieve – both for yourself and the people of Jersey. You'll enjoy a broader scope that allows you to express yourself, in a smaller setting that means you see the positive results of your impact every day. You'll have a diversity of opportunities that stretch and challenge you, with all the personal and professional support you need. Most of all, in our open, welcoming environment, your voice matters, enabling you to build a rewarding career.

Job Overview

A vacancy has arisen in the College Information Services team to provide support with the daily operation and maintenance of the College student records system. Including student applications, enrolment, registers, timetables, exams etc. as well as developing and maintaining data reports for management information.

 

We are looking for candidates with excellent IT skills including database maintenance and reporting with strong teamwork and communication skills.

 

For an informal discussion please contact Paul Antonio on 608506 or paul.antonio@highlands.ac.uk

Job Purpose

- To assist in the daily operation, management and development of the College Information Systems in relation to student records.

- Developing and maintaining KPI and ad-hoc reports for management information.

- Developing new systems in support of college data to meet user requirements.

- Providing timely, accurate, high quality and robust analysis which influences decision making and service improvements.

- To enable, promote and support the effective use of data, information, knowledge and technology to support and improve service delivery.

- The post-holder is expected to have or to develop expert working knowledge of the business area.

Job Specific Outcomes

- To maintain system access and permissions for all users.

- To monitor workflow logs and processes to ensure optimal network and system efficiency.

- To develop new and maintain existing system reports for KPI data and BI dashboards using inbuilt reporting tools; SSRS, MS Report Builder, SQL, Data Miner, etc as appropriate.

- To liaise with supplier helpdesk to resolve any issues arising with third party software systems associated with the College databases and student records.

- To assist with systems development to provide solutions for academic and support service functions such as application, admissions, student reports, etc in liaison with relevant stakeholders.

- To assist with the installation of software and peripherals used by the College in relation to CIS.

- To provide training and guidance documentation on the use of CIS related systems

- To keep up to date with the latest technologies within the sector and provide recommendations to the Associate Principal for Records and Development.

- Ensure that data security and confidentiality is maintained in accordance with legal, Government of Jersey policy and best practice standards; liaise with the designated DPO to ensure compliance and address issues of non-compliance to minimise risk of data breaches.

- To attend relevant training programmes in relation to CPD.

- Any other reasonable requests, commensurate with the post and grade, as directed by the line manager.

Qualifications

Essential 

 

Level 3 IT qualification

GCSE English & Maths (Grade 4-9 / A*-C)

 

Desirable

 

Educated to degree level in a subject with a significant numerical component and/or have proven analysis skills gained through work experience

Knowledge

Essential

 

- An in-depth understanding of information flows.

- Competence in data mining and analysis.

- Good understanding of information systems and data, and how these are used to provide management information and support benchmarking.

- Understanding of how data and analysis can be used to improve service performance and outcomes.

- Working knowledge of systems development processes

 

Desirable

 

- Knowledge of educational database systems

Technical Work Based Skills

Essential

 

- Ability to analyse data, identify trends, identify issues and provide insights and recommendations to improve working practices and data quality, with a particular focus on the relevant business area of the post.

- Use of Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint etc) and other industry standard report writing tools (e.g. SQL, SSRS, SSMS, PowerBI) to deliver quality outputs including dashboards and scorecards.

- Ability and drive to learn how to use new business intelligence reporting programmes/ software.

- Demonstrable initiative/skills to identify solutions to meet the informatics needs across the service collating information across multiple business systems.

- Knowledge of project management principles and processes, with an understanding of how these can be applied.

General skills / attributes

Essential

 

- The ability to work individually and as part of a team.

- To have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to communicate technical information to non-technical staff.

- To be self-motivated and possess strong analytical skills for problem solving.

- Exceptional attention to detail

Experience

Essential

 

- Experience working with complex datasets.

- Experience of managing a workload with often changing priorities.

- Experience working in the public sector and/or the business area of the role (e.g. CYPES – Education)

Safeguarding

To have an understanding of the College safeguarding policy

 

Across the Jersey public service, the scope of our work means our people enjoy a wider range of opportunities – to work with recognised experts across teams, learn new skills and develop their careers. We actively look to recruit people from different backgrounds, with diverse perspectives. This creates a richer, more varied environment, where you’re exposed to new ideas, new ways of thinking and new opportunities, so you can develop an exciting and rewarding career.

 

Extraordinary, Everyday.