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Data Analyst (R Coding analysis)

England, United Kingdom, £ £ - Hourly Hourly, Contract

Description:

Data Analyst/Data Research Officer - R Coding Analysis - Central Government

  • DBS check before starting
  • fully Remote working anywhere in the UK
  • HEO - £19 to £20.40 per hour, 37 hours a week
  • Contractor post - Inside IR35, LTD or Umbrella for pay
  • Take home pay: £2200/£2300 per month
  • Until 31st March 2022 (end of financial year, will very likely extend)
  • Deadline: 12 noon 12th January 2022

TYPICAL ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES

The post holder, along with the SStO, will be responsible for the publication of the quarterly personal well-being release.

The post holder would be expected to support with all aspects of the publication process from:

  • Running analysis on the Annual Population Survey (APS) using R
  • Quality assuring the outputs
  • Supporting the SStO with drafting the release
  • Coordinating the release with the publishing support team
  • Supporting the SStO and G7 with any media preparations
  • Along with the SStO the post holder will also be responsible for
  • Working with methodology to review the seasonal adjustment of the personal well-being estimates.
  • Working with methodology to review the timeliness of our RAP
  • Working with OSR to review whether the quarterly personal well-being data meets the criteria to move from an experimental statistic to a national statistic.
  • The post holder would also be included in the rotation of staff answering customer queries, ensuring timely and accurate responses.
  • This post does not include line management opportunities; however, it would provide the post holder with ample development opportunities in social survey analysis and coding across a broad topic area as well as insight into the full publication process.
  • There may be opportunity for the post holder to lead on analysis independently from our upcoming work plan.

Skills and Experience:

  • Proven analytical experience in a known statistical method
  • Be able to analyse social survey data in R, or similar office approved statistical language.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills - the ability to communicate complex analysis to non-specialists and to contribute to, and work well within, a team.
  • Experience of working collaboratively - working flexibly with a range of colleagues to provide a high-quality service to users.
  • Strong evidence of organisational and planning skills.
  • Be able to work at pace, being flexible to changing demands and willing to collaborate with others to achieve a common purpose

Essentials:

  • (one or two essential skills from the list above)
  • Proven analytical experience in a known statistical method
  • Be able to analyse social survey data in R, or similar office approved statistical language.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills - the ability to communicate complex analysis to non-specialists and to contribute to, and work well within, a team.
  • Experience of working collaboratively - working flexibly with a range of colleagues to provide a high-quality service to users.

Desirable:

  • An analytical background from GSG
  • Strong evidence of organisational and planning skills.
  • Be able to work at pace, being flexible to changing demands and willing to collaborate with others to achieve a common purpose

Job Details

1455487919
ASAP
Not Specified
England, United Kingdom
Contract
£ £ - Hourly Hourly