Grafton Recruitment are working in partnership with a large public sector organisation to recruit a temporary Statistics Officer to start ASAP for a duration of 11 months (initially)
Pay rate: 0-12 week's £9.00
13+ week's £15.87
Hours: 37.5 (flexible) Monday- Friday
- Experience with MS Excel required. Experience in using SAS and Power BI would be beneficial.
- The post involves statistical analysis of the QBS, and production of a quarterly statistical bulletin to the standards required by the Code of Practice for Official Statistics.
- To produce the Quarterly Employment Survey statistical bulletin, and to provide analytical support to the Quarterly Business Survey team. The QBS provides short-term indicators of the performance of the NI economy, and feeds in to wider economic analysis conducted across the ELMS branch.
This role will require the candidate to be flexible, analytical, and to work as part of a team to deliver work to a high standard and to a tight quarterly timeline.
Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Access NI Disclosure check at a cost of £18/£33. A person's criminal record will not, in itself, debar that person from being appointed to this post. Any information given will be treated in the strictest confidence.
To be shortlisted for this role all applicants MUST meet the essential criteria. If you are interested please upload your CV to the link provided, Fiona Magee will be in touch to confirm if you have been shortlisted.
**PLEASE NOTE THIS ROLE MAY BE FILLED VERY QUICKLY BUT WE WILL KEEP YOUR DETAILS ON FILE FOR ANY FUTURE ROLES THAT COME THROUGH THAT YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN**
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