Data Analyst

  • UK, London
  • to £500 per day (Within IR35)
  • Contract , 12 months
  • Full time
  • Discipline: SQL

Our government client are currently looking for a Data Analyst to join their team on a new contact. 

 

Contract Length: 12 months 

Location: London or Leeds (currently working from home) 

 

IR35: Inside 

Pay Rate: £500pd  

 

 

Role description: 

● Undertake in-depth data discovery, working closely with lead analysts, to understand what is contained in the HMPPS and CPS datasets. 

Compensation Authority (CICA) data sources. 

● Extract free-text information contained in these datasets to start building variables for the final dataset. 

○ Exploring the options for an automated system for this, which can also feed into the feasibility work for the future of BOLD. 

● Building the dataset: 

○ Conduct data cleaning, tagging and linking activities. 

○ Linking the CPS and central data (mentioned sources above) to create a final post-charge victims dataset on the Analytical Platform, ideally using R. 

 

Potential for work package extension for the following duties: 

● Work closely with analytical team to begin building tables, analytical models and general analysis of completed dataset. 

● Preparing full documentation of all steps taken and processes involved. 

 

Skills and Experience: 

● Experience with Python or R 

● Experience with version control tools, ideally git/GitHub 

● Experience with creating database schemas and/or transforming datasets to fit a specification 

● Professional attitude and service orientation; team player 

● Good communication and collaboration skills 

● Strong work ethic; ability to work at an abstract level and gain consensus 

● Able to build a sense of trust and rapport that creates a comfortable & effective workplace 

● Attitude to thrive in a fast-paced environment 

  • Quote ref: 990039/53780

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