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Data Cymru was established in 2001 as a wholly owned local government company to work with and for local government in Wales on data and statistical issues. We are responsible for collecting, collating, analysing and disseminating a wide range of data in support of local government. We offer advice, training and guidance on a range of topics relating to the use of data.

We have ambitious plans to develop the organisation further as set out in our recently produced Strategic Plan. These posts are a key part of our plan.

We are looking for a team of statistically skilled people to deliver the statistical element of our work programme and to further develop our support for local authorities in this area. We are currently looking to fill four posts:

Head of Statistics and Research – Grade 6 (£46,080 - £54,914) (Download job description)
Senior Statistician - Grade 5 (£37,451 - £45,558) (Download job description)
Statistician - Grade 4 (£28,299 - £34,788) (Download job description)
Trainee Statistician – Grade 3 (£21,660 - £26,999) (Download job description)

Download the competency framework.

All of the posts may involve travel within Wales and the UK as a whole.

Whilst the ability to speak Welsh is not essential for these posts, it will be considered a significant advantage.

For further information, or to discuss this opportunity, please contact Andrew Stephens, Executive Director on 029 2090 9500 or e-mail andrew.stephens@data.cymru.

To apply for this post, please send a copy of your CV and covering letter explaining in detail how you meet the requirements of the post to Richard Palmer, Assistant Director (richard.palmer@data.cymru) to arrive no later than noon 4 November 2019.

Interviews will be held at our Cardiff Office on the following dates:

11 November - Head of Statistics and Research
21 November – Senior Statistician
22 November – Statistician and Trainee Statistician

Note: Shortlisted candidates may be required to attend for the whole day.

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y Golygydd / the Editor