Role profile: statistics production analyst

Statistics production analysts are communications experts who are able to analyse and present data to audiences in different formats.

Typical role responsibilities

Statistics production analysts use appropriate visualisation methods to boost and maximise user engagement. This includes working with both new and existing products and outputs.

Statistics production analysts work in a team with data visualisation specialists to create engaging content and share data insights.

Skills

There are several important skills that statistics production analysts need to be successful in their role.

You must be able to interpret requirements and present data in a clear and compelling way, using graphical representations and data visualisations.

You will be expected to demonstrate these skills at different levels depending on the seniority of your role.

Statistics production analyst

As a statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

Senior statistics production analyst

As a senior statistics production analyst, you must have an ‘expert’ skill level.

Lead statistics production analyst

As a lead statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

You must have excellent communication skills. You must be able to clearly and confidently communicate complex analysis to specialists and non-specialists using visualisation techniques.

You will be expected to demonstrate these skills at different levels depending on the seniority of your role.

Statistics production analyst

As a statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

Senior statistics production analyst

As a senior statistics production analyst, you must have an ‘expert’ skill level.

Lead statistics production analyst

As a lead statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

You must be able to use your analytical skills to present well-founded results and share important data insights.

You will be expected to demonstrate these skills at different levels depending on the seniority of your role.

Statistics production analyst

As a statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

Senior statistics production analyst

As a senior statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

Lead statistics production analyst

As a lead statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

You must be able to use coding and programming skills for data, analytics, and visualisations.

You will be expected to demonstrate these skills at different levels depending on the seniority of your role.

Statistics production analyst

As a statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘working’ skill level.

Senior statistics production analyst

As a senior statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

Lead statistics production analyst

As a lead statistics production analyst, you must have a ‘practitioner’ skill level.

Sample career path

The statistics production analyst career path shows some of the common entry and exit points for the role. It also shows the typical skill levels needed.

You can enter a statistics production analyst role from another analytical profession, or from other professions. You can also exit the role to join another profession.

The diagram shows a potential career path. It shows that you can enter or leave a role from a wide range of backgrounds and experience levels. For example, you could become a statistics production analyst by developing your skills in an associate role. You could continue to move up the levels in the career path by taking on more senior statistics production analyst roles. Or you could develop your skills by working in a technical specialist role in an analytical or digital profession. You could also develop the necessary skills by working in a profession agnostic role outside of these professions.

A role that could be done by any person with the relevant skills or experience from any profession.

This could be a ‘badged’ or professional role that is subject to entry requirements and development.

Beyond the lead statistics production analyst role, you could go into more senior leadership roles. These roles require broader analytical understanding, and the ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams.