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TUBU : Climate Assessment Officer

Job at The Ministry of Justice in Greater London, SW1H 9EA, England

We encourage applications from people from all backgrounds and aim to have a workforce that represents the wider society that we serve. We pride ourselves on being an employer of choice. We champion diversity, inclusion and wellbeing and aim to create a workplace where everyone feels valued and a sense of belonging. To find out more about how we do this visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ministry-of-justice/about/equality-and-diversity.

Overview of the job

This is a non-operational, Headquarters role without line management responsibility.

The job holder will be required to support the large-scale delivery of Climate Assessment survey work which aims to gather voice and understand the lived experience of staff working across HMPPS in England and Wales. This will involve regular travel and on-site Climate Assessment work within prisons, probation, HQ and Approved Premises locations.

Summary

As part of a large-scale programme of delivery, the job holder will undertake Climate Assessments across HMPPS. The job holder will be accountable for the bespoke analysis of quantitative survey data and qualitative information. They will produce reports and recommendations for individual site Senior Leaders.

The job holder will be relied upon to act at all times with professionalism and discretion, in a way that reinforces and enhances the positive reputation of HMPPS, and that embodies the values of TUBU and the Civil Service.

Wider support of TUBU work will be required at times.

The geographical base for the post can be flexible but will require travel throughout England and Wales for site visits, meetings and other Climate Assessment/TUBU work.

The post holder also undertakes a variety of specific activities and duties, for which they are held personally accountable, commensurate with their grade.

Responsibilities, Activities & Duties

The job holder will be required to carry out the following responsibilities, activities and duties:

The job holder will liaise with individual site Senior Leaders and points of contact to facilitate initial/closing meetings. They will be responsible for decision making on site, pre-empting and, if necessary, solving problems to ensure the smooth running of fieldwork. The job holder will be highly skilled at facilitating discussion (e.g. in focus groups and individual interviews), and able to take notes/observations. They may need to deliver presentations.The job holder will undertake Climate Assessment fieldwork with a Climate Assessment Fieldwork Facilitator, who will work within HMPPS and volunteer to deliver a small number of Climate Assessments each year. It will be the responsibility of the job holder to guide and lead the Climate Assessment Fieldwork Facilitator through the process, providing ad hoc training and supervision as required.Support managers in carrying out bespoke work with individual sites following a Climate Assessment. This involves contributing towards the administration of data collection, the facilitation of consultation groups, and where required the production of reports.Assure and process quantitative and qualitative data to lead on the writing of low-medium risk individual site Climate Assessment reports. This includes bespoke descriptive and simple statistical analysis of quantitative data, and the thematic analysis of qualitative data.Collate, verify and summarise information in a range of formats and from a variety of sources. Utilise this information to prepare documents for managers.Contribute to the development and maintenance of collated data sets in support of analysis at a national level.The job holder will have responsibility for Climate Assessment Fieldwork FacilitatorsAct as a call handler on the TUBU confidential staff helpline taking necessary action and escalating concerns when appropriate.Provide and oversee the provision of general administrative duties, including those specific to all parts of the Climate Assessment process.Attend meetings and undertake training events as required

The duties/responsibilities listed above describe the post as it is at present and is not intended to be exhaustive. The job holder is expected to accept reasonable alterations and additional tasks of a similar level that may be necessary. Significant adjustments may require re-examination under the Job Evaluation Scheme and shall be discussed in the first instance with the job holder.

Behaviours

Commutating and InfluencingDelivering at PaceMaking Effective DecisionsManaging a Quality ServiceWorking Together

Essential Experience

Excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate with confidence to a range of people, including senior staff, using a variety of methods (e.g. in person, email, telephone, video-call).Experience of facilitating discussions (e.g. individual interviews, focus groups).Experience of working flexibly to meet deadlines and being responsive to manage competing/changing prioritiesPrevious experience of applying analytical skills. For example, this could be a data analyst role, applied academia or work towards a successful degree qualification (e.g., social sciences).Summarising complex information/data and presenting that information to others in an accessible and meaningful format.Good knowledge and experience of simple statistics and quantitative data analysis using statistical packages (e.g. SPPS, Stata).

Technical requirements

Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages, particularly MS Excel.

Ability

To competently analyse quantitative and qualitative data, communicating findings with an audience.

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