Statistician/Analyst in the Central Statistics Office
Do you enjoy working with data? Would you like an opportunity to turn data into information and information into insight which helps decision makers understand and tackle some of the key challenges facing society today?
If so, the Central Statistics Office has job opportunities for you!
The CSO, with offices in Cork and Dublin, is responsible for generating statistical information which contributes to a wide range of analysis informing policy decisions at all levels. A key focus for the CSO is maintaining and developing a progressive and professional working environment, which fosters innovation and is underpinned by strong national and international working relationships.
We are looking for dynamic and talented individuals for the role of Statistician/Analyst to join our professional team. You will work on a variety of roles relating to the statistical lifecycle including requirements analysis and design, analysis and reporting, continuously monitoring performance, and quality control plans to identify improvements. You will also have operational and human resource responsibilities as well as liaising with other Departments and international organisations.
The CSO has an established culture of promoting continuous personal and professional development of its staff. We provide mentoring/coaching opportunities as well as supporting staff to actively pursue professional qualifications relevant to the role.
To be eligible to apply for this role, you will need to hold (by 30th November 2017) a minimum level 8 Degree (2H1 or higher) on the National Framework of Qualifications (or an equivalent qualification acceptable to the CSO) in a discipline with a significant numerate component such as Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Geographical Information Systems, Data Science/Data
The closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Monday 27th March, 2017.
The CSO is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourages applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.