Historic Environment Scotland
Longmore House, Edinburgh

Performance Analyst

Job summary

Salary Band £36018 - £41866
Location Edinburgh and the Lothians
Hours 37 per week
Closing Date 07 December 2022 at midday
Reference HES/22/277

Thank you for your interest in the post of Performance Analyst with Historic Environment Scotland.

As Performance Analyst you will have responsibility for delivering functions relating to performance analysis and exploratory analysis to inform corporate decision-making.

The role promotes the value of data driven decision-making within the organisation and is critical to ensuring our Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and HES Board have access to current and accurate data, information and insights on which to base strategic decisions.


Benefits
We offer a number of excellent benefits, such as special leave, reimbursement for relevant professional subscriptions, study leave for work related courses, an occupational sick pay scheme, access to a free Headspace subscription and access to a civil service pension scheme with minimum employer contributions of 26.6% (pro rata’d).

Interested?
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