About the role
We have a fantastic opportunity within Managed Isolation & Quarantine (MIQ) for a Data Analyst within the IDI Team.
The Data Analyst will be responsible for sourcing and integrating information and data to produce data reports requested by the MIQ IDI Leadership Team.
You will develop and manage data requirements, ensuring the oversight of MIQ intelligence collection and collation. You will also provide data, statistical analysis and reporting whilst ensuring the data quality.
You will liaise with MIQ and relevant AOG intelligence and data teams, subject matter experts, and external agencies for interpretation of reporting as necessary.
Skills and experience required :
This team works to a rostered shift work pattern. It is essential that candidates must be able to work shifts on a rotating basis, which includes some work on alternate weekends.
MIQ became a Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) business group on 13 July 2020. The purpose of managed isolation is to ensure COVID-19 is not spread to the community while enabling Kiwis and other exempted travellers to return to New Zealand safely.
A key enabler of this work is collaboration across government.
Over 144,000 people have passed through MIQ since New Zealand stood up its response to Covid-19. We operate thirty-two managed isolation facilities in five regions.
A range of agencies including the Ministry of Health, All-of-Government, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Police, Customs, New Zealand Defence Force, Aviation Security Service and other business groups in MBIE are working together to deliver an enduring MIQ system.
MBIE is the lead agency for making it easier for business to work with government. MBIE's purpose is to grow the New Zealand economy to provide a better standard of living for all New Zealanders.
We do this by working with others to help businesses to be more competitive, improving job opportunities and by ensuring quality housing is more affordable.
Our way of working is guided by our values which shape our behaviours.