Data Analyst

Reference number
Higher Executive Officer (HEO)
Role type
Closing date
5 Jan 2023
£34,173 to £39,777 depending on location
Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Pontypridd, Scotland, Sheffield, Wales, Yorkshire and the Humber
Open to
Anyone, Government statisticians
Department for Work and Pensions

Do you have experience of manipulating, analysing, and communicating insight from data?

Would you like to use your analytical skills to develop data and analysis feeding into important decisions being taken by Ministers and senior officials in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)?

We are looking to recruit up to 20 Data Analysts to fill posts across a range of DWP business areas.

You will join our Analytical Community (AC) of over 700 analysts made up of:

  • data analysts
  • data scientists
  • economists
  • statisticians
  • operational researchers
  • social researchers

The DWP AC is an excellent place to work and as one of the largest in Government. We can offer a wide variety of development, training, and promotion opportunities. This makes DWP a great place to develop and grow as an analyst.

Our analysis in DWP is built upon comprehensive, robust and timely data, fully aligned to Departmental priorities. The wealth of data we have access to is unprecedented and allows us to work in real time, which enables our analysis to support the decision-making process. We have variety of roles available across several different DWP business areas including roles in:

  • operational analysis
  • data development and publication
  • forecasting and modelling
  • performance measurement

How to apply

Read the full job advert and apply on the Civil Service Jobs website.