Position # PSC19237
Policy and Data Analytics
Fixed Term - Full Time
Level 3, $69,896 - $75,717 pa, PSGO CSA GA 2017
2019-09-27 4:00 PM
Shaping, building and regulating the public sector to ensure delivery of better services and outcomes for Western Australians
We are here to kick start your career
As a recent or soon-to-be graduate, you may be exploring your career options. If so, consider kick-starting your career at the Public Sector Commission.
Our role is to help the sector tackle the public policy challenges of both today and tomorrow. This includes setting values, standards and expectations for the sector; and helping agencies deliver outcomes. We also provide assurance, oversight and reporting for the sector. These factors make the Commission a dynamic and rewarding place to work. To support our change in focus, we are looking for a Graduate Analyst.
Graduates are an important part of our workforce. This 12-month graduate opportunity will enable you to work alongside our talented team to best use available data and evidence to:
- build public sector capacity
- drive reform
- advance diversity and integrity agendas
- evaluate performance
- develop sector wide policies and practices that will have the greatest benefit to the WA community.
As well as analysing and interpreting workforce data, you will also be part of reforming our approach to data collection and analysis by assisting in the development of a sector wide data strategy and census.
More information about the Graduate Analyst role is available under the graduates information page on jobsWA.
We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to creating an equitable and diverse workplace. We encourage people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.
Want to know more?
Contact Ravi Kahagalla, Human Resources Manager, on 6552 8548 or via email email@example.com
How to apply
To be considered for this opportunity, please press the ‘Apply for Job’ button.
To complete your application, you will need to provide the following:
- Maximum two page covering letter introducing yourself and outlining a project that highlights your experience in problem solving and analytical skills. You will need to demonstrate your ability to analyse trends from a variety of sources using data analytics software (including but not limited to Microsoft Excel and SPSS). Demonstrating how you articulated your findings to a broad range of audiences is a definite advantage.
- A current and comprehensive CV (resume). It is important to tell us about the different facets of your experiences to date, so please include your work experience, extra-curricular involvement, achievements, associations and leadership roles.
- A copy of your official academic transcripts and any completed relevant qualification(s) proof of Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency (copy of passport or birth certificate is acceptable).
Closing date: Friday, 27 September 2019 at 4.00pm (WST)
Late applications will not be considered
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