Data Architect roles in Office for National Statistics – Info session

We have Data Architect vacancies at different levels, come along to find out more about the work the team are doing and how to apply

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DETAILS

Do you have the skills to establish and lead a team of Data Architects to change the way we collect, manage and use data to produce statistics? Are you interested to contribute to the strategy regarding how to structure data for the whole of the UK?

Data Architecture (DA) is a division within the Office for National Statistics (ONS) that leads lead the organisations’ data strategy, which uses data architecture principles at the centre of how ONS manages its data. The division is currently composed of a core team of data architects that design the structure and governance of all data in the organisation, a team of data linking experts that use these best practices to help ONS teams combine a variety of datasets to produce research and statistical outputs, and a number of teams producing data products that form the basis of many of ONS’ data outputs. Many of the products we create are also used outside of ONS, and we work with data from many organisations, inside and outside of government.

This session will touch on what we do and what we need from our data architects, as well as giving you details of the various opportunities that ONS has lined up in this space.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is the UK’s largest independent producer of official statistics and its recognised national statistical institute. Apart from crunching the numbers that shape big decisions, we look after the interests of our staff. We invest in training and development to enhance skills and offer a good work-life balance to improve well-being and staff retention.

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Date

Jul 22 2021
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Time

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

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