Role: Senior Intelligence Analyst

Location: Dundee

Salary: £34,344 - £39,069

Contract: Permanent

The Care Inspectorate is the independent scrutiny and improvement body for care and social work services across Scotland. It has a significant part to play in improving services for children, young people and adults through regulating and inspecting care services and carrying out strategic inspections of services for adults, older people, children and young people and criminal justice. We are here to make sure that people receive the highest quality of care and support, whilst ensuring that their rights are promoted and protected.

This is a new post within our established intelligence team, and will play a key role in developing and delivering our intelligence–led ways of working. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and highly competent analyst to take on a national role, and an opportunity to use your talents to make a real difference to people using care services across Scotland.

The Senior Intelligence Analyst will be a technical specialist, who will lead and oversee the production of a variety of cutting edge analytical products. They will manage aspects of the intelligence team’s day-to-day work and support the development of the team. They will be proactive in identifying opportunities to develop intelligence-led working both within the Care Inspectorate, and with the many external organisations with whom we collaborate.

Educated to degree level in a subject which includes a significant numerical component, you will ideally come from a background which includes statistical analysis, intelligence analysis, data science, operational research or business intelligence. You will be expected to work with colleagues at all levels in the Care Inspectorate therefore, in addition to your advanced technical and analytical capabilities, you must have excellent interpersonal skills, and be capable of conveying complex findings clearly both verbally and in writing.

For an informal discussion about the above post, please contact Ingrid Gilray on 01382 207179.

If you believe that your expertise and motivation make you suitable for this post, please download an application form, equal opportunities, job profile and person specification. 

Your completed application form and equal opportunities form should be returned to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5pm on Friday 11 January 2019.

It is anticipated that interviews will take place week commencing 4 February 2019.

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