Insight Analyst (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion)
South of England

Location: South of England

Closing date: 21/09/2021

Salary: £37,076.30 per annum (plus comprehensive benefits)

Employment type: Fixed Term

Hours per week: 37

About us

We’re Abri, a housing association based in the south of England. One of the largest in fact. We've got 35,000 homes and 1,500 colleagues. And if all our 80,000 residents lived in the same place, we’d have a town roughly the size of Guildford.

We’re a passionate bunch. We think we can make a real difference. Homelessness, poverty, inequality, a lack of affordable housing. They’re all linked. They’re issues that affect so many, young and old alike. And we don’t think that’s right. We want to give people the chance to dream big and be who they want to be. Homes are at the heart of everybody’s lives. And we exist to help make good homes, and good lives a reality for everyone.

About you

We’ve all got different backgrounds, strengths and experiences. But we share the same values. It’s these shared values that bring us together as one team.

Our colleagues embrace these every day. Be the difference to our customers and colleagues, always curious and look for better solutions, achieve together by working in partnership with others, own it openly through working with others in an open and honest way, and finally embrace possibility and see changes and challenges as welcomed opportunities.

If you share our values and want to make a real difference in the world, you’re on to a winner and we’d love to hear from you!

Your new role

We’re excited to announce that we're looking for an Insight Analyst to join our Insight team. This role is specifically focused on insight relating to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). The Insight team provide performance management, customer insight, business insight, research and reporting for Abri.

You will have a passion for promoting better outcomes and will use data and insight to produce solutions. 

You will use quantitative and qualitative research methods and analysis to understand customers, colleagues and our business through an EDI lens. You will understand the Equality Act and EDI legislation and how this impacts on our services. You will support the embedding of solutions based on the insight you deliver. 

​​​​​​​You’ll have significant experience working within insight, data analytics and/or research. You’ll have experience applying quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and analysing large data sets. You’ll have an objective approach and excellent written and verbal communications skills.

If this sounds like you, apply now so you don't miss out on the opportunity to join a thriving and progressive Insight team!

What you can expect from us

We want our colleagues at all levels to be bold, inspiring and not afraid to speak up and be their authentic selves.

Your wellbeing is really important to us, so you can expect a competitive reward package to ensure you and your family are supported at work and at home.

We’ll work with you to help you reach your goals through personal development plans and our in-house People Development team.

Depending on your role you may need to work a set shift pattern, or you may have greater flexibility to choose when and where you work. Either way, we strive to ensure all colleagues have a degree of flexibility to attend life’s important events.

Be yourself

Abri is committed to promoting an inclusive culture. We want our colleagues to bring their individual differences, life experiences and knowledge into the workplace and we welcome their contribution to our amazing company. Everyone is different, everyone is unique.

Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams.