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Senior Data and Insight Analyst (Co-ordinator)

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  • Job
    Senior Level
  • Data
  • £41.4K
  • Manchester


  • Supporting colleagues to prioritise and manage the team workload, acting as an escalation point for queries, and providing guidance for requests.
  • Providing effective and inclusive management and leadership to a team supporting their personal development and helping to develop their skills and knowledge
  • Assisting with the production, approval, and ongoing quality assurance and improvement of operational, management and statutory reports


  • Working with and co-ordinating a team of analysts to produce high quality, timely and accurate data and analysis
  • Working with a range of experienced data analysts, statistical experts, researchers, policy experts and stakeholders to ensure the information we produce is relevant, timely, robust, and accurate.


What are the main responsibilities of the Senior Data and Insight Analyst (Co-ordinator) role?

The main responsibilities include co-ordinating a team of analysts to produce high quality data and analysis, working with various stakeholders to ensure relevance and accuracy of information, supporting colleagues in managing workloads, providing leadership and development to team members, and assisting with the production and quality assurance of reports.

Is this a remote or in-office position?

This is a hybrid role with one set office day every two weeks.

What essential skills are required for the Senior Data and Insight Analyst (Co-ordinator) role?

Essential skills include strong data analysis skills, experience in statistical analysis, ability to manage and coordinate a team, effective communication skills, leadership abilities, and proficiency in producing and reviewing reports.

Working with doctors, working for patients.

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Mission & Purpose

The General Medical Council (GMC) is the independent regulator of doctors in the UK. We are committed to protecting patients. We promote good medical practice and high standards of medical education and training. We register and license doctors to practise medicine in the UK to make sure that all doctors have the right knowledge, skills and experience to provide safe, high quality care to patients. Where any doctor fails to meet our standards, we act to protect future patients from harm. We are a registered charity in England and Wales (1089278) and Scotland (SC037750).