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Workforce Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Analyst Specialist

Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
£35,392 to £42,618 pro rata per annum
Closing date
2 Jul 2024

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Other Health Profession
Band 6
Contract Type
Part Time
The NHS is changing. More emphasis on community-based care means there's never been a better time to join us.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and adaptable Workforce Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Analyst Specialist to join our professional team.

We're a close team but we're never exclusive, if you can bring a professional approach and fresh ideas we would love to hear from you.

Main duties of the job

Could you use your skills and experience to support the NHS to deliver great patient care? Great patient care needs great people to support clinical teams. That's where you come in.

We're always looking for enthusiastic, responsive, and adaptable people to join our outstanding trust. This role is an important one as you'll be using your knowledge, experience and expertise to providesupport to our hard-working frontline NHS teams.

We put patients first and we expect all of our colleagues to do the same, so although NHS experience isn't a requirement for this role you'll need to share our passion for delivering excellent patient care and keep that passion at the forefront of your professional activity at all times.

The challenges come thick and fast in this role but you'll know that your input is contributing to the excellent experience our patients and service users have every day.

About us

Rated 'outstanding' by the CQC, we've got a passion for delivering high standards of patient care and excellent services to improve the health of our communities. To do this we need outstanding people who share our values Compassionate Aspirational Responsive Excellent

We know a commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion leads to better patient care and a happier workforce. We pride ourselves in being diverse and welcome applications from people with varied backgrounds, perspectives and experiences

We ask for information about your protected characteristics on our application forms. This isn't visible to anyone involved with shortlisting or interviewing you, except when you choose to be considered under the guaranteed interview scheme due to disability. Short listers will see two ticks alongside your application to ensure they apply the principles of the scheme to your submission

The data we collect helps us to ensure we are attracting diversity in our applicants, that all our colleagues have equitable access to career opportunities and supports us on our journey to being a Great Place to Work

As a flexible working friendly organisation, we want you to be able to work in a way that is best for us, for our patients and for you. Talk to us about a flexible working arrangement that won't involve sacrificing time for personal interests or family commitments. We'll support you to work flexibly in a way that will suits us both

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Job description

Job responsibilities

The job description and person specification gives you all the information you need about this role. Please look carefully at the criteria in the person specification and tell us what you have done that shows you meet this in your application. If you need an application form in an alternative format please let our recruitment team know. All information you supply on your application should, to the best of your knowledge, be true and accurate.

Still have questions? The recruiting manager would love to hear from you, their contact details can be found in the job advert.

We can get a lot of applications for some roles so to be in with the best chance of being shortlisted please make sure you apply as soon as possible. A vacancy may close early if there is a lot of interest in the job.

At KCHFT we strongly encourage colleagues in clinical and non-clinical roles who have direct or social contact with patients to be fully vaccinated. In this way we will be doing all we can to ensure your safety and that of your colleagues and the patients we serve.

Find out more about the community difference here.

Good luck! We cant wait to meet you and welcome you to #teamKCHFT, #cometocommunity.

Person Specification



  • Candidate has previously held roles in a workforce/people directorate as a data or information analyst (or similar role


  • Previous experience in an EDI team/role

An understanding of current EDI challenges and key areas of focus


  • Candidate can evidence knowledge of current EDI affairs, key concerns and potential future challenges


  • An understanding of the NHS current agenda and challenges



  • Level 6 qualification (e.g. Bachelor degree BA/BSc, NVQ level 6, ordinary degree without honours) or equivalent demonstrable experience


  • Experience in producing WRES, WDES and Gender pay gap reporting, Knowledge and understanding of the EDS2 framework



  • Candidate can evidence previous involvement in and management of projects. This can be management of an overall project or management of a specific part of a project


  • Effective leadership, influencing, persuasion and negotiating skills

Ability to translate data into comprehensible and meaningful information


  • Candidate is able to evidence an ability to translate and present complex data to a diverse audience


  • Possess a willingness to learn



  • Candidate can evidence past experience or skill in highlighting themes and patterns within complex data sets to aid Senior Leaders in setting strategic direction and planning interventions


  • Ability to deal with distressing or emotional situations and discussions objectively and with emotional intelligence

Employer details

Employer name

Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust





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