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Children’s Services Performance Adviser (BG12)

bcc colour logo_sml2Children’s Services Performance Adviser (BG12)

This is a new post to provide a dedicated focus for assessing, understanding, negotiating and delivering the performance needs of Children’s Social Care Services to support and challenge service areas.

The post is within the BCC Insight, Performance and Intelligence Team, working with children’s services as a key contact to develop effective performance management arrangements to support the delivery of improved outcomes for children and young people across the Council and partner agencies.

Please note closing date is Tues 18 Sept 2018.  It is a BG12 post, starting salary £34,100

Event Invitation: Information Engine(s)

Bristol Health Partners is organising an event  ‘Information Engine(s) in scope and scale’ (to support health & care service delivery, planning and research) at We The Curious (Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5JE) on Wednesday 26 September, 10am to 2pm .

BRN Post - Information engine(s) in scope and scale_smFor: Chief Information Officers – Academics (especially AI / Comp science) ~ Local Health & Care Service BI leads – Technologists ~ Service planners ~ clinicians ~ patient and public representatives

Bringing together a community of experts to develop our understanding about actual and possible information processing mechanisms (engine[s]) within the health and care system in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

The event will support the development of the Healthier Together Information Engine work-stream through developing a shared knowledge base and networked community.

More details and registration are available via this link.

Senior Information Analyst Post

BCC LogoThe Education, Learning and Skills Improvement directorate within Bristol City Council is currently delivering a significant change programme aimed at improving the lives of young people in the city. Due to a recent staffing change we have a vacancy in the Information & Analysis Team that delivers information and analytical reporting in this area.

This technical management role oversees a number of Information Analysts and includes direct delivery of business intelligence outputs, such as central government returns, daily/weekly/monthly/termly/yearly service reports, pioneering new reporting tools & techniques and supporting change programmes in their reporting requirements.

This is a technical role requiring advanced data analytics experience using ETL processes with software such as Microsoft SQL, SSIS, SSRS etc. and a desire to use innovative techniques to data manipulation & reporting packages.

Closing Date : 21/08/2018

For further information and a full job description go to Bristol City Council Jobs

The Earnings Gap for Bristol Residents – June 2018

The briefing note explores the earning gap between the least and most well off residents of Bristol. Included is a summary of the national picture
and a more detailed discussion for Bristol and the British Core Cities. The data shows that, in absolute terms, the gap between the least and most well off has been growing for at least 20 years and will likely continue to do so.

This briefing note is available on the Bristol City Council Economic Information and Analysis page

One City: Our Data Bristol event

Our Data Bristol-smThe City Innovation Team is holding the One City Our Data workshop at The Pavilion (Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5JE) on the afternoon of Tuesday 24th July.

The purpose of the workshop is to bring interested parties and expert stakeholders together to discuss how information and data can improve services and the quality of life for our local residents and guests to Bristol.

There will be short presentations and a world cafe style participative session to uncover the challenges, identify community of interest and practice, develop our engagement strategy, identify available data, collate a wish list of data and map projects.

Lightning presentations from expert speakers will cover topics such as Open Data platform, One City Approach and more.

Limited places are available (a number of tickets are reserved and allocated to stakeholder group representatives to ensure appropriate breadth of participant interest.)

More details and registration are available via this link.

Please get in contact with Marius.Jennings@bristol.gov.uk (Open Data Project Manager) if you have any questions.

 

Business Survival in Bristol


Business Survival in Bristol FINAL SGU Jun18

The briefing note explores the resilience (half-life) of Bristol businesses. Included is a summary of the national picture with international comparisons) and a more detailed discussion for Bristol and the British Core Cities.

This briefing note is available under Additional information on the Bristol City Council Economic Information and Analysis page