Data Analyst Volunteer
What do Data Analyst Volunteers do?
The role of the Data Analyst Volunteer is to support the Information Manager in the analysis of all data produced by and for Open Road.
To assist the Information Manager in producing statistics and reports from client databases
To assist the Information Manager in monitoring, interpreting and distributing official performance reports from Public Health England
To input data for the creation of performance reports
To adhere to all guidelines, policies and procedures in place at Open Road
To promote the equality, diversity, rights and responsibilities of all individuals.
All Open Road Volunteers are asked to complete the following training:
- Health and Safety Essentials
- Equality and Diversity
- Information Governance Safeguarding Adults Safeguarding Children Dual Diagnosis
- Effect of Drugs and Alcohol Referral Routes – Basic Understanding SMMGP (Substance Misuse Management in General Practice) Customer Service
Volunteering for the Information team also gives you the opportunity to complete the following training:
- Theseus training
- Excel Report Writing
Volunteering for the Information team will also give you access to many other training programmes specific to other Open Road projects.
Duration and availability
We need you to be honest and tell us how much time you can commit to Open Road. For this role we ask that you commit to a minimum of 1⁄2 day a week.
How do I contact the Open Road Volunteer Team?