Public Sector

Data Analyst

Full Time

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Location

Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Telford, Worthing

Job summary

A data analyst collects, organises and studies data to provide business insight. In this role, you will apply tools and techniques for data analysis and data visualisation (including the use of business information tools) identify, collect and migrate data to and from a range of systems manage, clean, abstract and aggregate data alongside a range of analytical studies on that data manipulate and link different data sets and present data and conclusions in the most appropriate format for users.

Are you an experienced Data Analyst looking for an organisation that cares about the work-life balance of its workforce? An employer who offers structured personal development, progression opportunities and outstanding training. Well look no further!

We are the digital Borders & Trade team. We support many interesting projects like the delivery of the new Customs Declaration Service system and other Customs/Border systems such as GVMS. We're currently looking at Non-Functional Requirement’s (NFR) volumetrics and performance of the same.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in HMRC’s top priority due to the links with EU Exit and Northern Ireland protocol. This role will give you the platform to showcase your strong business analytical skills, and we'll be drawing on your versatile experience from operating in a complex Programme/Project environment.

We have invested in the latest technology to exploit one of the largest data sets in Europe. This uses a cloud based service and integrated SAS visualisation tools to revolutionise how end users can generate insight from our information.

The DDaT Profession consists of people who work in a digital, data or technology specialist role. They design, build and run government digital services. They are responsible for the way we find, access and use data and for the technology infrastructure which support those services. There are currently about 17,000 people working in the Profession. The Profession consists of people working within specialist communities of practice. There is a full list of roles on (url removed): www.(url removed)/search?q=DDAT

Job description

As a Data Analyst, you will:

Apply tools and techniques for data analysis and data visualisation (including the use of business information tools)

Working with large data sets of Customs declarations for imports and exports.

Producing datasets to inform stakeholders and testing of CDS

Working with project/programme staff as required to facilitate resolution of issues which could delay planned activities and deliverables.

Working closely with contractors assigned to the team to ensure the overall delivery of the team’s scope.

Manage, clean, abstract and aggregate data alongside a range of analytical studies on that data

Summarise and present data and conclusions in the most appropriate format for users.

Person specification

Essential Criteria:

Proficient in Microsoft Office suite skills (Visio, Word, PowerPoint and Excel)

Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, including presentational skills.

The insight to understand the business implications of technical decisions.

The ability to build relationships within HMRC and suppliers.

Analytical and problem-solving skills. Understand and help teams apply a range of methods to analyse data and synthesise findings.

Data modelling, data cleansing and data enrichment skills. Produce data models and understand where to use different types of data models. Using Power Bi to automate reports/dashboards and present data in a visual manner.

Data visualisation. Know how to use the most appropriate medium to visualise data to tell compelling and actionable stories relevant for business goals.

Proven IT and mathematical skills