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Summary Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC) is a 10 year 'Fulfilling Lives - A Better Start' (ABS) National Lottery Community Funded Programme. It is a partnership programme between CityCare (accountable body for the funding and employer of the team) the City Council, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the VCI sector and parents. It's an exciting and pivotal time to be joining SSBC; the programme is four years old and we are now growing our team to support our local ambition for babies, children and families and to meet National Lottery Community Fund priorities. We have solid foundations in place, new Strategic Leadership and Senior Management appointed and have reframed our team to realise our ambitions. We now require an outstanding individual to join our Performance, Quality & Evaluation Team to develop effective and informative analysis to support the programme. Do you want to contribute to transforming the lives and life chances of children within 4 Wards of Nottingham? Are you inspired and motivated by new challenges? Are you committed to genuine coproduction with local communities, statutory bodies and VCS partners? Do you have the skills, experience and knowledge to implement robust evaluation and reporting mechanisms, improve data quality and develop insightful analysis? Do you have a demonstrable background in analytical skills and producing technical solutions? If so, this is a call to action to join us and make a lasting difference! - We need a committed, enthusiastic, solution focused individual to join us as an Intelligence Analyst. SSBC works with expectant parents, families, professionals and a wide range of partner agencies to position child development at the heart of our programme as a primary public health issue. It will build on the intrinsic motivation of parents to be the best they can be and capture this key 'teachable moment' to prepare and support parents to achieve the best outcomes for their children. It will put in a place a new portfolio of activities and interventions that focus on primary prevention. At the core of this portfolio will be a solid platform of evidence-based programmes guaranteed to improve child development and health outcomes. At SSBC we are committed to a Father inclusive approach in all our work, therefore all staff have an important role in supporting father-child relationships For further information please contact Jack Dykeman, Performance, Quality & Evaluation Manager on 0115 8836744 or email: [email protected] Closing date for applications is 8th September with stage 1 interviews scheduled for week commencing 16th September Nottingham CityCare Partnership is a completely smoke free organisation. Nottingham CityCare Partnership will not tolerate the less favourable treatment of anyone on the grounds of their gender, age, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, transgender, responsibility for dependants, trade union or political activities, religious or other beliefs, or any other reason which cannot be shown to be justified SSBC is an equal opportunities employer and truly value diversity in our workforce. We welcome applications from under-represented groups including men and black and minority ethnic groups. We are positive about employing people with disabilities.