Safety Health & Wellbeing Data Insights Analyst

Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Safety Health & Wellbeing Data Insights Analyst

If you are looking for a role where you can be creative with numbers and likes to influence, then have we got the role for you. This role offers a chance to make a difference and be involved in where this pathway goes.

About us 

Fire and Emergency New Zealand was set up under new legislation in July 2017, combining 40 urban and rural fire services and 14,000 people. We became one national emergency management organisation to keep New Zealanders, their property and our unique environment safe.

Our firefighters educate communities to build their resilience by helping them prepare for, respond to and recover well from emergencies.

We respond to a wide variety of emergencies including motor vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, dealing with hazardous substances, severe weather events and natural disasters. We work to reduce risk to make our communities safer, through fire safety campaigns, research, and by providing advice on the Building Code.

Our people 

Nothing is more important to us than our people – he waka eke noa.

We are building a workplace that is safe, respectful and inclusive for all our people. It is fundamental to our purpose and consistent with our values. We activity embrace and value diversity and welcome people from all backgrounds. This helps all people at Fire and Emergency to grow, develop and be their best by providing them with a positive experience throughout their time with us.

About the role

The Senior Insights Analyst provides high quality performance information, analysis and reporting for the Safety, Health and Wellbeing (SHW) team. This involves applying a range of quantitative and qualitative frameworks to gather, analyse and report on SHW performance across Fire and Emergency NZ.  It will also provide accessible and insightful commentary on key initiatives to support the safety health and wellbeing of our people.

This role will require someone who can:

  • Identify and collate information from a range of sources and use it as the foundation for producing accurate, evidence-based reports and trend analysis that informs future workplans, projects and ongoing risk management
  • Provide informed and compelling advice, with clear rationale and recommendations for continued improvements in strategic and operational health, safety and wellbeing performance
  • Contribute to work being led by others across the organisation as required, by providing accurate, objective analysis and advice within specified timeframes
  • Develop analytical tools and dashboards that provide insights to influence the look, feel and content of safety, health and wellbeing governance/management
  • Support the maintenance of consistent analytics and reporting practices and methods across the organisation by ensuring alignment with standards of other data and intelligence teams across Fire and Emergency NZ

As this is a permanent position the following benefits will apply

  • Matched KiwiSaver contributions up to 6%.
  • Wellness Policy – Unlimited personal sick leave (fair use policy applies).
  • National Headquarters social club.
  • Additional long service leave provisions from five years.
  • Life insurance

About you

You are the type of person who enjoys crunching the numbers, thinking strategically and working on the detail.  At the same time you know how to make the data easy to understand and deliver this in a way that benefits others in your team and their stakeholders. Some previous experience working in the Safety Health & Wellbeing space would be beneficial. This is a great opportunity for someone who is at an Intermediate level, looking to step up into a senior role.

To succeed in this role, you will be:

  • Highly organised and disciplined - has a patient, methodical yet pragmatic approach
  • A self-starter, who can use initiativeto pre-empt information requests and be approachable with a can-do attitude.
  • Excellent communication skills and able to share knowledge clearly and confidently, verbally and in writing
  • Experienced in the public service industry
  • Flexible, adaptive and responsive to change
  • A Wizz at influencing people and relationship building
  • Able to make numbers engaging and easy to understand

Essential

  • Ability to learn new systems, translate data into insights and a drive to understand and tell the story behind the data
  • Demonstrated ability to rapidly familiarise themselves with a subject, identify sources or examples of leading practice and use these to enhance the delivery to the organisation leveraging subject matter experts
  • Significant experience as a data, business information or insights analyst
  • Strong data analysis skills, report design and generation experience

Desirable

  • Experienced in the use of Cognos

For more information about this role please email nhqjobs@fireandemergency.nz.

How to apply

If this sounds like you, make sure you carefully consider the position description here, so your CV sets out your relevant experience.

You will receive a notification advising we have received your application. 

Applications will close Sunday 9th May 2021