Website Ministry of Justice UK
MoJ People Group is an exciting place to work, as we support the organisation through striving to make a positive contribution to people’s work experience from the time they join the organisation, to the point at which they leave. We want everyone who works for the Ministry of Justice to feel confident in their skills, ambitious for the future and fulfilled by their work and relationships with their colleagues. This is even more important within the current Covid context as we strive to identify and create the optimal working environment and experience for employees, in which they can be as effective and productive as possible.
- Working with analytical colleagues, you will bridge the gap between analysis and insights, finding effective ways to explain findings with context, to drive action and deliver business outcomes
- Supporting the delivery of effective practices in partnership with the other People Group functions for example, drive informed recruitment practices by working with the Resourcing function or delivering predictive workforce planning analysis to support business areas achieve the required future workforce
- The team’s awareness of the wider data science landscape and emerging technologies
- Putting the needs of the customer at the centre of what we do;
- Getting the basics right;
- The vision for data science and/or analytics, recommending ways to improve the quality of our outputs
- Building best practices such as version control, unit testing, code review, and well documented applications
- Conducting statistical analysis on bespoke questions to provide deeper understanding from experiences across the employee lifecycle
- Drive up knowledge and build capability in the team and more widely, employing a broad range of analytical methods, techniques and approaches to enhance the maturity of analytical findings produced
- Focusing on the outcome we want to achieve and less on process;
- Innovating wherever the opportunity presents;
- And demonstrating efficiency and value for money.
- Experience of coding in at least one statistical/mathematical package or programme.
- An adaptable team player, with experience of working collaboratively and confidently with others yet is comfortable using initiative when working alone.
- A first or second class degree in behavioural science, mathematics, statistics or another relevant STEM discipline; or equivalent experience.
- Strong analysis skills, including the ability to derive insight from multiple data sources, use of data to support debate, and problem solve.
- Knowledge of statistical analysis techniques and an aptitude for interpreting and disseminating analytical findings.
- Experience of using innovative visualisation techniques such as Tableau and R Shiny.
- An anonymised CV (Please keep the CV to no more than 2 sides of A4, remove all personal information and do not save the file with your name); and
Qualification & Experience:
- Experience of working within a People related or HR environment with knowledge of the nuances across people behavior, characteristics and traits.
- Experience of conducting statistical analysis on people related data to deliver insights.
- A willingness to work towards achieving professional badging within the Government analytical disciplines.
- Experience of communicating insights with a range of executive and non-executive stakeholders to influence people and policy decision making and drive positive action.
Company: Ministry of Justice UK
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: London, England
Application Deadline: N/AApply Here