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Public Health Intelligence Analyst

Job Title: Public Health Intelligence Analyst
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Trafford Park
Salary: £16 - 19 per hour
Contact Name: Bal Sunner
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Job Published: 2 days ago

Job Description

4Recruitment Services are seeking to recruit a Public Health Intelligence Analyst  for our client based in Trafford. The role will offer hybrid working. The role will requires you to support the Public Health team to improve health and wellbeing across Trafford by delivering the public health intelligence function. They will provide robust and timely analysis to appropriately reflect the health needs of Trafford’s population which will shape and support council and key partner’s initiatives and priorities.


  • To provide advice and guidance on specialist public health analyses.
  • To manage projects, development and design of health and social care related data sets undertaking research under the guidance of the Public Health Consultant.
  • To support the work of the Public Health team including the maintenance of the JSNA, briefings to the Director of Public Health and responding to adhoc requests for intelligence
  • To use best practice to enhance existing datasets and develop new sets to support the changing information needs of customers, reporting as required.  
  • To support and contribute to public health analysis work across Greater Manchester in collaboration with members of the GM Public Health Intelligence Network, Public Health England and other analytical partners.
  • To develop and maintain public health performance management data, and be responsible for analysis, interpretation and presentation of information to support the performance framework and business planning process for the council.  
  • To ensure the timely submission of monthly, quarterly and annual reports for national, local and management performance indicators, both internally and externally via relevant systems and processes.
  • To support the implementation, development, coordination and management of the relevant systems and databases to ensure accurate information is maintained and available to report on public health performance outcomes.
  • To undertake research and collate relevant local, regional and national information, undertaking benchmarking, identifying best practise and analysis to support performance improvement planning activity.
  • To work closely with the partnership and strategic development function in order to provide public health research and intelligence information to support the development of policies and the partnership function.
  • To develop and maintain strategic relationships with customers and representative groups to identify needs and future requirements at the earliest opportunity, advising on information sharing protocols and requirements.
  • To input into the development of Council’s public health policies, practices and strategies through the identification of legislation changes, best practice and other local or national driven agendas.
  • To support the identification and resolution of data accuracy issues through the production of validation reports on errors and omissions in data held to highlight discrepancies by cross-checking information with other systems.
  • To liaise across the Council and with its partners to ensure a coordinated approach to public health performance activity


  • Post graduate qualification in public health, epidemiology, statistics or related subjects
  • Evidence of continued professional development  
  • Experience of analysing, interpreting and resolving highly complex statistical or epidemiological problems using a range of data and information and translating findings into appropriate recommendations for action.
  • Experience of working with a range of statistical analysis tools, such as SPSS or Stata, to produce high quality outputs, including the application of new and innovative methodologies and techniques to resolve complex analytical problems.
  • Specialist knowledge of statistical techniques and procedures · Specialist knowledge concerning statistical techniques and epidemiology
  • Knowledge of current Public Health context and policy
  • Ability to present complex data and information in a format that is easily understood by the audience
  • Ability to undertake exploratory research and analysis to identify best practise and benchmarking
  • Excellent report writing and presentation skills
  • Proficient in the use of desktop applications (Microsoft Office) MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint

A full job description is available upon request.

What we offer:

  • 24 hour one on one specialist consultant based within your geographical area
  • 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme
  • Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment

Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer.

To discuss this vacancy in further detail or any other vacancies , please contact our Team on 0800 988 6307 or email

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