Salary: £19,235 - £25,006 depending on experience (pro rata for part-time hours)

Contract: fixed term until 31 March 2022

Hours: 21-35 per week

Closing Date: 20 September 2021

Location: Home working

(Please note that due to Covid-19 all our interviews are taking place virtually for the foreseeable future).

Are you looking for a role where your skills can directly benefit tens of thousands of families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people?  Would you like to join a team that is determined to continue to provide vital services to those in need during these unprecedented times?


The role

We are looking for a Data and Information Officer to join our Research team on a temporary basis until March 2022. The main purpose of the role is to collate, analyse and report accurate grant and service data to help inform the organisation’s operations and planning. 

We are looking for someone to work a minimum of 21 hours per week over a minimum of 3 days. Applicants who want to work full time will also be considered.

In this role you will support the development of the organisation’s grant and service data reporting arrangements. You will produce data tables, charts and reports in line with the organisation’s weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual grants and service data reporting requirements. Other duties include:

  • Respond to bespoke requests for grants and service data from across the organisation to support planning and reporting, scoping and defining needs as appropriate.
  • Support the development of automated processes and methods for collating and presenting grants and service data from a variety of systems and sources.
  • Support the establishment and maintenance of an organisation wide data repository which offers easy access and retrieval.

About you

To be successful in this role you will need experience of data collection and systems to analyse data. You must have strong analytical skills and be computer literate with excellent digital skills. You will have experience of analysing large data sets and interpreting data and report writing. You must be able to communicate analysis and insight to relevant audiences. Excellent administration and organisation skills are also required.


How to apply

If you are interested please send your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the person specification to [email protected]

For more information, please download the job description.


About us

Family Fund is the UK’s largest charity providing grants for families on low incomes raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. Last year, we provided 150,000 grants or services to families across the UK. We are continuing to adapt to the impact of Covid-19 and are doing everything we can to ensure we provide this essential grant support when it is needed the most.


Our commitment to inclusion, equality and diversity

Family Fund are committed to staff development whilst offering excellent benefits, including flexi-time, competitive annual leave entitlement, a contributory pension scheme and above all a professional, fun working environment where a positive work-life balance is encouraged.

Family Fund is a Disability Confident Employer and all disabled applicants who demonstrate that they meet the minimum requirements for the role will be asked to attend an interview. If you have a disability and are happy to inform us, please highlight this in your covering letter (please note that you are under no obligation to inform us).