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About Motability

Motability is a national charity set up with all party support in 1977 and incorporated by Royal Charter.

Our Mission Statement

"To provide vehicles and associated services to disabled people to enable them to achieve enhanced mobility."

Our Vision Statement

"An environment in which people with disabilities achieve the freedom which results from personal mobility."

Our Values

  • We are passionate about consistently improving the quality of our service
  • We are open, accessible, honest and ethical
  • We respect and value professional skill, knowledge and expertise
  • We value the diversity of our customers and those we work with
  • We take an active and dynamic approach to our work

Management

The Director is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Charity’s affairs and the relationships with stakeholders, including the Department for Work and Pensions and Motability Operations. The Director is supported by a senior management team to ensure the implementation of policies agreed by the Governors.

Declan O’Mahony
Director

Declan became Director of Motability in January 2009. He first joined Motability in April 2002 as Oversight and Strategy Director. Declan has been involved in improvements to Scheme policies which have resulted in increasing levels of customer satisfaction and strategies to raise awareness of the Motability Scheme.

Declan has extensive experience of the motor industry having worked, in his earlier career, for General Motors Europe as Strategic Business Development Director as well as Vauxhall Motors in the roles of Financial Controller, Marketing Director and Retail Strategies Director.

Current Vacancies

Role: Data Analyst
Location: Harlow
Closing date: 5 April 2019

Description: The main purpose of this role is to provide timely and accurate Management Information (MI) support and direction to facilitate the efficient running of the department. You will also develop analysis and recommendations that will directly influence commercial decisions and business strategy. You will be responsible for undertaking analysis and impact assessments of proposed changes to funding processes, the management of CRM dashboards, and feeding MI and analysis into projects. You will also devise and analyse MI reports to identify ways to improve customer proposition, policies and processes.

Intermediate/advanced Microsoft Excel skills and Dynamics CRM reporting experience are essential. You will need to have the ability to interpret, enhance and optimise legacy MI reporting conducted via multiple Excel spreadsheets. You should be able to understand, create and enhance CRM reports, including advanced finds and dashboard functionality.

You must be a team player with a positive attitude and demonstrate an innovative approach to problem solving. A strong attention to detail is also essential, as is the ability to communicate analysis findings that are relevant and appropriate to the audience.

Download the job description and online application pack using the links below:

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Find out more about Careers at Motability

Investor in People - Gold Award Level

Motability is proudly recognised as an employer of choice, attaining the Gold Standard from Investors in People award. The Investors in People accreditation is a sign of excellence, a great employer and an outperforming place to work.

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Disability Confident Employer

Motability has been awarded Disability Confident Employer status.

We were reviewed against the following areas:

• Getting the right people for our business
• Keeping and developing our people.

This means we have agreed to continue to:

• Actively look to attract and recruit disabled people:

o provide a full, inclusive and accessibility recruitment process,
o offer an interview for disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for the job,
o be flexible when assessing people so disabled job applicants have the best opportunity to demonstrate that they can do the job,
o proactively offer and make reasonable adjustments as required,
o encourage our suppliers and partner firms to be Disability Confident,
o ensure employees have appropriate disability equality awareness.

• Keep and develop employees:

o promote a culture of being Disability Confident,
o support employees to manage their disabilities and health conditions,
o ensure there are no barriers to development and progression,
o ensure managers are aware of how they can support staff who are sick or absent from work,
o value and listen to feedback from staff,
o regularly review the Disability Confident self-assessment.