Data and Compliance Officer

Data and Compliance Officer

Why is this role open?

We want to gather data, insight and innovate our reporting processes.

Our mission is for CodeYourFuture to become an even more innovative and efficient organisation. Better data insight and administrative leadership will enable our community to thrive. 


CYF creates a unique, supportive environment for people with the most limited economic, social and personal resources. All our classes are free and all our teachers are volunteers.

We train our people in software development and support them into well paid, highly skilled, professional careers in tech. And we really do this; it really works.

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What is the vision of the Data and Compliance Officer role?

  • Our Data and Compliance Officer will work alongside regional managers in the West Midlands and Scotland, and with our CEO, supporting with key data reporting, data entry and other operational and administrative tasks.
  • To help meet grant compliance requirements for our West Midlands projects, the role occupier will cover a range of operational tasks from data entry to financial reporting. There will also be the opportunity to provide extra administrative and operational support specifically to our Scotland chapter, improving capacity in the region. Furthermore, the Data and Compliance officer will also work with and support the CYF Global Strategy team with more wide-spanning projects when needed.
  • With access to our current databases and survey reports, the Data and Compliance Officer will help better document our community demographic and social impact data. The person in this role will also provide leadership to introduce and innovate new methods of data reporting - providing project development recommendations using these data insights.
  • As with any other role within CodeYourFuture’s team, there will be the opportunity to expand your role and responsibilities based on your skills and interests and the needs of the organisation.

Who are we looking for?

  • You have administrative and compliance experience in the voluntary, charity and social impact sector
  • You have an understanding of community development or vocational training programmes
  • You are sensitive to the diverse backgrounds of the people we serve
  • You are looking to fulfil a mission through your work and not just looking for a new job
  • You are comfortable with offering and receiving candid feedback
  • You are someone who can think and dream big. You may already have ideas for how your role can grow and develop within CodeYourFuture
  • You have a growth mindset: you like to constantly improve how things are done, get feedback, and support trainees, volunteers, and stakeholders in becoming the best version of themselves.
  • You are preferably based in Scotland

This is for you if you...

  • Are detail-oriented and are comfortable entering and processing accurate data
  • Have experience using Google Suite: including Google Docs, Forms and Sheets
  • Have experience processing and presenting data in spreadsheets, including through the use of automation tools
  • Feel comfortable with monitoring and reporting processes
  • Have experience in data analysis and gathering insight
  • Feel comfortable trying new systems, external processes and requirements
  • Have experience of fast-paced corporate/startup/for-profit environment
  • Are looking for fulfilment by working for a practical social impact organisation
  • Care deeply about our community
  • Want to see people improving their lives in a tangible way
  • Adapt quickly to change
  • Collaborate easily with others working on projectsWe promise that you will*…

We promise that you will*…

  • Be able to organise your working hours based on your priorities
  • Not be micromanaged
  • Work with kind and professional people that care about the work they do
  • Work for a team that encourages others
  • Be given the encouragement to pursue your ideas and initiatives
  • Be given the freedom to achieve your goals
  • Decide how you best achieve your objectives

*Read our values and principles


  • Salary: £26,000 pro rata
  • Hours: 2-3 days a week
  • Contract: Six month grant-funded contract (potential for permanent and full-time contract)
  • Location: based in the UK (with UK work permit)
  • Benefits: lots of flexibility in terms of time management, working remotely, self-ownership.
  • Reporting to: CEO, Scotland Programme Manager and West Midlands Regional Manager

Application process

1. Send your CV and a letter to gianluca at with the following: 

  • Why you want to work with us 
  • Why are you a good fit for this role
  • Questions you have about the role

2. We organise a screening call and give you a project challenge that that can be completed in a few hours

  • You present to us
  • You start working with us and embark on an impactful career