Microsoft Azure Information Governance

Microsoft Azure Information Governance

Whitehall Resources are currently looking for a Microsoft Azure Information Governance based in Hampshire for an initial 3-month contract.

With local authorities facing an unprecedented period of change, at a time of increasing demand for services and reducing funding. The need for high quality and timely management information and analysis for the purpose of improving performance, processes and the quality of the services delivered across the council and its partners, has never been greater.

To help support this work the client are looking to develop their existing Business Intelligence and Analytics capabilities by maximising the functionality of Microsoft Azure Cloud Services. By creating a single analytics platform and capability, that can be used by all departments with the client and partners.

With the Azure platform and services now in place the client is looking for an experienced Azure and Information Governance expert to help us realise its potential to enable us to become an analytical and intelligence lead organization.

Your responsibilities will include:
– Working with Business Intelligence leads to develop a clear analytical and reporting vision using Azure
– Develop and establish the Information Governance Framework that will ensure all data processing undertaken is based on consent and is GDRP compliant.
– Work with IG leads to produce the required Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
– Working with our IT department to agree the design of the Azure data structure and architecture that will deliver the vision
– Develop and establish the Information Governance Framework and ensure all data processed for this is GDPR compliant and is lawfully processed and shared

Knowledge:
– High level of experience of setting up Azure services to meet the analytical needs of complex organisations; comparable to the client
– Experience of using PowerBi for the visualization and publishing of management and performance information
– Extensive knowledge of information governance, including
* General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
* Data protection Act 2018
* The operation of sound management controls to mitigate the risk of data incidents within a health or social care
environment.

Experience:
– Ideally you will have previous experience of working within local government with an understanding of the nature of public services delivery; particularly in a social care or health setting
– High level of experience in setting up large and complex reporting datasets for supporting business improvement and the monitoring of outcomes.

Skills:
– Demonstrate excellent analytical, communication and interpersonal skills to a high standard
– Team and project management & organisation capability
– Good interpersonal and communication skills including the preparation and presentation of complex information, both written and verbal, to operational staff, senior managers and partners
– Negotiation & cooperation, working closely with a range of staff, both technical and non-technical, to identify and determine their current analytical capabilities and their future needs and
requirements.
– Able to think laterally and logically to be able to assess potential impact of plans and strategies and present a number of options for different scenarios
– To be able to use initiative and be innovative in both approaching work, finding solutions and solving problems.


All of our opportunities require that applicants are eligible to work in the specified country/location, unless otherwise stated in the job description.