Senior Data Analyst
Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment
Wellington, Newzealand
4d ago
source : Hireejobs

Senior Data Analyst Senior Data Analyst Sector Agreements Are you interested in developing the data and insights we need to understand the future workforce needs in six key sectors of our economy Can you build effective relationships with employers unions local and central government This new Senior Data Analyst role will support the Government to design new Sector Agreements around access to temporary foreign workers with six sectors aged care dairy meat processing forestry road freight transport and tourism and hospitality Why MBIE MBIE offers significant opportunity for developing experience across a broad variety of areas We proactively support development through onthejob learning and well help you manage a healthy worklife balance with flexitime healthcare and financial benefits along with sports teams and social activities The team The Labour and Immigration Policy Branch is responsible for providing policy advice to support an efficient and productive labour market facilitating a growing more innovative and productive economy from which workers benefit through rising wages We are lead advisor on the Governments immigration system workplace relations and safety and employment policy We are working with sectors regions and cities to develop agreed and sustainable solutions to New Zealands labour and skill needs now and into the future Our advice encompasses facilitating overall high labour force participation setting employment standards and addressing employment practices intended to circumvent them reducing inequalities in employment outcomes for different groups and ensuring workers have the skills they will need and to adapt to future changes in the structure of our economy Sector Agreements are a new function in our immigration system LIP will be negotiating agreements with six sectors that have a high reliance on temporary foreign workers supporting employers access to foreign workers to meet shortages in the short term in exchange for commitments and progress towards placing a greater share of New Zealanders into jobs in and reducing their reliance on temporary foreign workers over time About the role We have an opportunity for a Senior Data Analyst to lead the analytics and insights underpinning the Sector Agreements work programme from the beginning Sector Agreements are a key element of the wider package of temporary work changes being introduced by the Government to bring together the immigration skills and welfare system to support better labour market outcomes for New Zealanders and grow our future economy This is a critical role for gaining insights into how the government supports places and sectors to plan for the future We are looking for someone who is passionate about bringing data across multiple sources and systems together to provide meaningful advice and insights to support the Sector Agreements process In this role you will be responsible for leading detailed analysis trend analysis and detailed data set development with a particular focus on the workforce immigration education and welfare systems The first two agreements are with the aged care and meat processing sectors These will be followed by further agreements to be negotiated with dairy road freight transport forestry and tourism and hospitality sectors As part of this role you will be required to work across government and take a codesign approach with the sector and wider interests to develop the analysis and insights underpinning each Sector Agreement and monitoring progress against them The Senior Data Analyst will be part of a small team working to a Director including a Principal Policy Advisor programme coordinator and two Senior Policy Advisors About you We are looking for a senior data and insights professional with relevant experience and excellent presentation and interpersonal skills We are keen to hear from you if you have Professional expertise in data management data science or a related area Understanding of different data sources the evolving data system and the role of dataenabled insights Ability to introduce new ways of looking at problems and adopt creative new approaches to analysis Experience of working with diverse stakeholder groups to develop support and implement people centred solutions The ability to quickly establish and build strong working relationships and to develop trust and credibility with senior managers staff and key internal and external stakeholders Experience using a range of oral written and visual mediums to communicate in diverse situations A proactive cando attitude with a high level of initiative sound judgement and discretion Previous public sector experience is preferred Exceptional teamwork and collaborative abilities and a willingness to share knowledge and expertise with others You may also bring sector knowledge in one or more of the six sectors in workforce planning or skills employment policy This is a great opportunity to get in at the beginning of this new approach to government working together with employers Were looking for people who like to work in a fastpaced environment and have a commitment to innovation and continuous improvement and generating new ideas and ways of doing things How to find out more and apply If rotation applies to you please click on the Apply online button below and attach your completed expression of interest to rotate form and a copy of your current development plan Preference will be given to MBIE Policy staff who meet the eligibility criteria to rotate and have confirmed their intention to rotate If rotation does not apply to you please follow the online process to submit your up to date CV and cover letter All applications must be submitted via our online process If you have any questions please email steve scannell mbie govt nz or call 04 901 8335 Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 3rd October

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