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Data Analyst

Public Pathology Australia advances government owned and operated pathology services across Australia.  We seek a data expert to further develop and run a national benchmarking program, which compares activity, workforce and cost across public hospital laboratories.

We are seeking a Data Analyst who will be responsible for:

  • Improving a national benchmarking program for pathology laboratories.
  • Providing data analysis for the benchmarking program and Public Pathology Australia.
  • Providing advice and improvement, supporting KPI development and reporting.
  • Providing insightful reports by use of data analytic skills.
  • Providing high level communication and engagement skills for reporting performance information internally and externally, including facilitating or presenting at workshops and forums.

Selection criteria

To be considered for this role, you will need the following skills, experience and qualifications:

  1. Tertiary qualifications relevant to the role and extensive professional experience in data analytical services in a complex organisation.
  2. Superior analytical, data extraction, processing and database modeling skills, including advanced proficiency and experience in the use of Microsoft Power BI, Excel, Access and other products, to undertake complex analysis.
  3. High level understanding of pathology tests and services and high level understanding of pathology related and/or health data systems including workforce and financial data systems.
  4. Demonstrated prominent level problem solving and reporting skills including benchmarking services, activity and cost modelling, dashboard and data visualisation Ability to process big data and provide insights for management and members.
  5. Demonstrated ability to effectively document processes and procedures including writing reports and technical manuals.
  6. Demonstrated high level  interpersonal, negotiation, written and verbal communication skills and a proven ability to build and maintain collaborative working relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders and positively interact and influence to achieve best outcomes.
  7. Proven ability in delivering results within projected and short timeframes and meeting project expectations with quality outcomes.

Click here for a copy of the position description.

Send your CV and response to selection criteria to contact@publicpathology.org.au by 23 May 2022.