To be considered for this role, you must apply through the company's website. We DO NOT accept CV's.
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) is an independent national service. They make fair and final decisions on complaints about the NHS in England, UK Government departments and some other public organisations.
PHSO are at the forefront of stamping out social injustice and changing lives for the better. Their investigations lead to widespread improvements in public services and give people a voice when they feel they have not been treated fairly. PHSO's work is driven by its values of independence, fairness, excellence and transparency.
Currently going through an exciting period of growth, the organisation is looking to create an even more vibrant working environment and welcomes applications from candidates with a diverse background.
PHSO has embarked on an ambitious three-year strategy to become a data-driven organisation. The data engineer role is a crucial role to deliver on our vision. This is an opportunity to join an expanding data team as we embark on a digital transformation journey. PHSO has an ambitious data strategy that will see us modernise the way we collect and leverage data. Our aim is to utilise data to drive service improvements which benefit the public and the organisations we investigate.
The Data Engineer will be responsible for:
- Data discovery and integration – Identifying valuable data within structured and unstructured datasets, identifying relationships between disparate data sources, and providing secure access mechanisms.
- Data development – Designing, developing, and maintaining data products including, ADF pipelines, ETL warehouse and analytic data models.
- Data Analysis and Synthesis – Develop analytical tools that convert raw data into actionable insights for our stakeholders.
- Data innovation – Identify opportunities and deliver new processes using data to drive technical/operational improvements.
The Successful Applicant will have:
- Experience in a data engineering or development role.
- Degree level education or equivalent or with equivalent relevant professional experience
- A willingness to learn and develop helping to adopt new products and innovative technology.
- Proven track record designing, building, and testing data products based on multiple data sources and a range of technologies.
- Attention to detail, ensuring solutions are delivered in accordance with agreed organisational standards and that services are resilient, scalable and future-proof
- Experience working with the Microsoft technology stack including:
- MS SQL Server
- Visual Studio and SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
- Azure data services including AAS, ADF, ML and Cognitive Services
- Power BI
- Office 365, Teams & SharePoint
This is an ideal role for an experienced Data Engineer that has an interest in data science and is willing to develop alongside the organisation as we implement new technologies and exciting analytical techniques.
If you would like to be part of a team to take PHSO through a journey of digital transformation, then this is the role for you.
If you would like to learn more about the role, please contact
Closing Date – midnight on 22 February 2023
Interviews will be held throughout the duration of the advert. If the role is successfully filled the advert will be closed prior to the closing date.
We offer an extremely generous benefits package, which includes:
- Civil Service Pension scheme (minimum 26.6% employer contribution)
- Generous basic holiday entitlement of 30 days plus 2.5 extra-statutory holidays on top
- Hybrid working with a minimum requirement to work from the office for 20% and the rest of your time at home. Our offices are based in Manchester city centre or London in Westminster.
- Access to a wide variety of internal and external wellbeing support & programmes
Equality, Diversion, and Inclusion
We understand the importance of a workplace culture that values difference, where people feel they belong and have the tools to support them and their career development. We also recognize that a diverse workforce allows us to better reflect the communities we serve and understand their experiences so we can provide a service that meets their requirements.
Further information on our EDI Strategy, Employee Networks, and participation in the Disability Confident Scheme can be found in our job pack.
If you want to join a dedicated team that makes a real difference and helps raise standards in public services, then this might be the opportunity for you. Please apply via this link.
PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.