Impact Officer


Data is key to our work in proactively identifying, planning and delivering preventive support, and driving impact for the young people we work with.


The Impact Officer will work closely with the Head of Impact and Partnerships team to support data collection, analysis and reporting of data from our collective impact partners – partners we work with to deliver services to the children and young people on our programme. As such the Impact Officer will play a vital role in helping West London Zone measure and communicate our impact during this period of significant growth.


We are looking for someone with a ‘can-do’ attitude, who can think creatively about data, measurement and impact, and who is excited about the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of vulnerable young people in West London


The main responsibilities are;

  • Oversee our partner data collection system, supporting the development of data-driven partnerships with our social sector partners, working closely with the Head of Impact to develop the partner data system.
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis on data from our partners to monitor delivery and assess impact of our work with children and young people.
  • Build and maintain relationships with contacts in our social sector partners, schools and across other teams in order that valid, reliable and timely data is collected and used to drive impact for children.
  • Support the smooth operations of our newly developed Salesforce management information platform.
  • Support a culture of impact and evidence within the organization, ensuring that all WLZ teams have access to the data they need to drive decision making.
  • Support the Impact team with reporting, presentations and research as required.
  • Contribute to WLZ’s culture of excellence with regard to data collection, impact measurement and reporting.
  • A flexible approach to work is essential. All WLZ staff may sometimes be required to adapt their duties to take account of changes in work practices.


Click here for a full application pack, and here to download an application form.

To apply, please send a completed application form to [email protected]

Applications received before 11.00pm on Sunday 3rd March will be considered. Shortlisted candidates will be notified by 5pm on Tuesday 5th March. The assessment day will be on Tuesday 12th March.