This role will support the provision of data and policy products which enable The Diana Award to:
- Make evidence-based decisions and develop evidence-based policy;
- Develop and evaluate impactful campaigns, products and services;
- Communicate the impact of The Diana Award’s programmes in an accurate and compelling way;
- Change policy, practice and public attitude for the benefit of children, young people and their families.
The ideal candidate will enjoy managing, analysing and interpreting data in a clear and meaningful way. They will be comfortable working with colleagues across the organisation, show initiative and be able to work on various projects simultaneously.
- Master’s degree with in-depth research or equivalent proven experience in a similar role;
- Interpretation and analysis of large datasets, including data linkage;
- Experience of producing questionnaires and evaluation methods;
- Experience of presenting data in user-friendly ways;
- Finding and interpreting research literature;
- Conducting primary and secondary research projects;
- Experience of working with key groups such as young people and schools on research.
- Experience of producing research and analysis for the purpose of influencing policy and/or practice;
- Experience of working within a team contributing to policy change, influencing work and campaigning;
- Experience of implementation of databases and systems;
- Clear understanding of current developments in education, safeguarding, character development and policies around young people;
- Knowledge of public and private sector sources of attainment and achievement data.