Statistical And Data Analyst
Do you love working with data and being able to bring data alive through meaningful storytelling? Here s your opportunity to select your team and options to work fixed term, permanent or as a secondment!
About Us | M? m?tou
As New Zealand s national statistics office, Stats NZ - Tatauranga Aotearoa is uniquely positioned to support the decisions that the Government, M?ori and Iwi organisations, businesses, NGO s and New Zealanders make every day. Our structure, culture and systems are designed with collaboration and customers in mind mobilised and working together to realise our vision:
?unleashing the power of data to change lives.
The roles | M? te t?nga
We re looking to fill a number of permanent and fixed-term Statistical and Data Analyst (SDA) positions within our National Accounts team and Labour Market &
Household team located in Wellington.
We re looking for Statistical and Data Analysts that want to be involved in all aspects of the regular production process for our annual releases including income, housing costs, expenditure and net worth statistics. The roles span data input, validation, compilation, analysis and publication of data and release materials.
Engage with suppliers and customers to build relationships and provide excellent customer focus.
Apply analytical thinking to ensure our outputs are fit for purpose and provide meaningful representation of our data to our customers.
Apply your subject matter knowledge to solve problems and provide new insights to data.
Work on the development of new statistics or the re-development of existing statistics, to ensure our statistics remain relevant.
, National Accounts
National Accounts (1 x permanent)
Our National Accounts unit provides a comprehensive view of NZ s performance by measuring different aspects of the economy including;
GDP, investment, spending, saving and business performance.
Our key customers include the Reserve Bank, Treasury, general and financial media, and international organisations such as the OECD and IMF. Our statistics are also widely used by many other government agencies and research bodies.
All of this work ensures we are able to answer these and other questions about the NZ economy:
How is NZ s economy performing on a quarterly basis?
Which sector of NZ s economy is growing the fastest?
How much are New Zealanders spending and saving?
What s is the largest industry in NZ?
How does NZ s economic performance measure up to other countries? ,
Labour Market &
The Labour Market &
Household Statistics business unit comprises of two teams each with a different focus but both teams help to develop and produce statistics which measure the standard of living for all New Zealanders. The work informs policy development and decision-making by government agencies, businesses and many other organisations.
Poverty team (1 x permanent)
Our team s work supports the Government s priority of reducing child poverty in New Zealand by providing indicators on how personal and household income, housing costs, and living standards change over time.
Expenditure team (2 x fixed term)