Grafton Recruitment are working in partnership with the Northern Ireland Civil Service to recruit a temporary Assistant Statistician to start ASAP for a duration of 3 Months.
Pay rate: 0-12 week's £9.00 per hour
13+ week's £15.67 per hour
Location: Belfast, BT9
Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm (37)
- A good working knowledge of SPSS is essential
- It would also be an advantage to have experience in manipulation of large datasets.
- The post holder will assist in the production of monthly and annual sickness absence monitoring reports for the NI Civil Service and associated analyses using SPSS syntax and Excel.
- Produce official statistics for NICS department
- Setting up and validating databases, liaising with customers regarding any data issues/queries
- Developing and updating SPSS syntax to respond to ad hoc queries/FoI requests
- Producing and checking reports and drafting commentary on findings.
The post holder will be required to adhere to the data protection policies of the NICS.
Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Access NI Disclosure check at a cost of £26/£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, Lesley-Anne Fitzgerald 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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