National Analytics and Research Administrator

Modality Birmingham
Competitive salary
17 Jun 2021
26 Jun 2021
Role Type
Start Date
Location: This is a National role, post-holders can be based at any of the Modality Practices


Modality Partnership has a full-time vacancy for a National Analytics & Research Administrator. The post holder will be an enthusiastic analyst work across the Partnership providing data analytics, data modelling and insights to maximise income opportunities We are seeking dedicated post holders to join our newly formed National Business Intelligence Team and who can display our CARE values: Commitment, Accountability, Respect and Excellence.

This job is suitable for individuals who are career driven and have a passion for working in an agile manner, implementing solutions, delivering key organisational priorities and who are committed to make real changes to the health care services provided within Primary Care to improve patient care.

The job is not suitable to people who are not resilient to working in a fast-paced environment, working flexibly in line with ever changing demands in Primary Care and the wider NHS. If you are interested in learning more, please read on.

What is the role?

The role is a specialist role, taking responsibility for obtaining data from various relevant sources, drawing insights and presenting findings in a clear way to help inform more data-driven solutions. The post holder will work in collaboration with local divisions (including Divisional Boards) and the wider National Modality Business Support Team to embed and deliver robust reporting mechanisms and analytics to meet the strategic aims of the organisation. The role also requires working with external stakeholders to help shape and develop analytical solutions to improve the wider system and maximise income through research focussed initiatives.

The role is not a regular analytics job and is not a pure number-crunching or administrative role; the job requires innovation, flexibility and commitment and the post holder will be required to work resourcefully as part of the team to ensure tasks are completed.

Why join us?

We are one of the largest GP super-partnerships in the UK, serving over 450,000 patients and with a workforce of 1500+. We are unique; we are always looking at ways to improve our delivery of services through the implementation of new and innovative solutions that we can scale across the organisation. Your job is to work directly with key stakeholders to help us to harmonise ways of working and improve working practices to improve patient and staff satisfaction. Most management roles focus on personnel management / project management. This is a role that will equip you with a portfolio of leadership and operational skills to make sustainable changes within Primary Care.

You will love this job if you have a passion for thinking outside the box, are analytical and innovative and are driven to find and implement solutions to improve the day to day working environment. You will learn more because you will improve the way we work from the ground up whist working closely with leadership and divisional teams to influence service improvement.

You will hate this job if you are seeking a job that purely focuses on routine data extraction or solely data administration.

What are the minimum requirements all candidates need to meet?

We require high performing team members to join our team with:
  • Minimum 1 years' experience of data analytics and reporting
  • Experience of using Microsoft packages i.e., Excel, PowerPoint and dashboard platforms i.e. Tableau, Google Data Studio and clinical systems i.e. EMIS / SystmOne
  • Excellent data presentation skills
  • Minimum 1 years' experience of working in Health setting.

What benefits do we offer?

All employees are welcomed to take enrol in our employee benefits scheme and NHS pension scheme. We are committed to developing our people through education and career pathways and who align to our organisational values of CARE.

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