Data and Systems Coordinator (Fixed Term 12 Months)

Closing date: Sunday 14th January 2024

Salary: £24,500 to £28,750

Data and Systems Coordinator
Full Time, 35 hours per week (Fixed Term 12 Months)
Closing date: Sunday 14th January 2024
Interview dates: From w/c 15th January 2024

There is flexibility around working location either home-working or office based (Wandsworth). Home based staff will be required to make regular visits to the Back Up office in Wandsworth, London and surrounding area.

From £24,500 to £28,750 (pro rata) per annum dependent on experience (incl. 5% London Allowance).

Are you a data driven entrepreneur with experience in improving systems and practice in customer focused teams? Are you passionate about making sure people get the support they need to transform their lives?

If so, Back Up could offer you an inspiring and fulfilling role making a significant difference to the lives of people affected by spinal cord injuries.

About the role:
We understand that a spinal cord injury can be devastating, but we believe it shouldn’t prevent anyone from getting the most out of life. And we’re here to help make sure that can happen. We provide a range of services for people affected by spinal cord injury, and this provides us with a unique insight into the issues they face in their day-to-day lives.

The role of Data and Systems Coordinator is a new one, and reflects the growth and diversification of how we reach our audience and offer them support. We want to reach everyone affected by spinal cord injury across the UK. To do that, we know we need to make best use of our data and systems to make informed decisions and offer the right support at the right time.

As our first Data and Systems Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to bring your own creativity and help shape the role. Reporting to the Data Protection Officer but working across the whole organisation, you will oversee and constantly improve our data and how we use our systems; whilst seeking out new ways for us to develop and improve how we work. Above all, you will be passionate about being able to demonstrate the impact of what we do, and you will see for yourself how Back Up quite literally transforms lives every day.

About us:
At Back Up, we have big ambitions. Over the next few years, we’re going to be transforming the lives of even more people affected by spinal cord injury.

Together we’ll be working hard to make sure everyone affected by spinal cord injury has access to the support they deserve; and we are the only spinal cord injury charity in the UK providing specific services to children and young people.

Back Up has been voted one of the top ten charities to work for (Third Sector Best Charities 2020). The enthusiastic, inclusive and supportive spirit of our very skilled staff ensure excellence in the services we deliver.

How to apply
Please apply by emailing by midnight on Sunday 14th January with:

• A CV with salary information for your most recent post and two referees, one of whom should be your present or most recent employer. We will contact them after interview.
• A (maximum) two side A4 supporting statement (saying why you want the job and explaining how you fit the person specification). This statement is crucial; CVs alone will not be accepted. See overleaf for guidance to help you make the most of your application.
• A completed equal opportunities form (this is optional)

We will acknowledge receipt of your application, and then let you know if you are to be invited to interview. First interviews will be held from the week beginning 15th January. If you cannot make any of those dates, please indicate this when you apply.