£24,000 - £27,000
Full time, fixed term until 31 January 2014
To underpin our work campaigning for better local environments, Keep Britain Tidy undertakes state of the nation environmental surveys across England for Central Government and individual surveys for land management clients.
We are looking for a Data Analyst to play a leading role in analysing data and generating insight for use in developing the surveys and generating suitable output for reports.
The role will primarily involve analysis of the vast amount of data collected in the Local Environmental Quality Survey of England to assist in providing meaningful trend analysis and conclusions. The following skills and experience are required for this role:
Processing of data for statistical modeling using Excel & SPSS
The ability to identify and use appropriate statistical tests and skills in performing data analysis, such as significance tests, sensitivity analysis, trend analysis, cross tabulation etc.
Proven ability to manipulate and analyse large and complex sets of data and identify the key findings
Report results of statistical analyses, including information in the form of graphs, charts, and tables
To work with a complex stratified sample and have the ability to weight results when required to ensure the survey is representative at a national and regional level
To manage the stored data including manipulation, for example, converting data into a numeric format to allow a more efficient use of the data
Intellectual skills of adding insight to data and information
Organised, a problem solver and prepared to use own initiative
This role would ideally be suited to a Mathematics/Statistics graduate with working experience in a similar capacity.
In order to apply, please see here for a full job description and application form, making sure you detail why you want to join our organisation as well as how you meet the knowledge, skills and experience required for this job.
These can be emailed to our Human Resources Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. They can also be posted to Keep Britain Tidy, Elizabeth House, The Pier, and Wigan, WN3 4EX. Please mark for the attention of Thea Potgieter.
The closing date for this post is midnight on Thursday, 27 June and interviews will take place in Wigan on Friday, July 5.