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Statistician

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Agency: Department of Statistics
Job no.: 497250
Work type: Contract, Permanent/Contract
Location: Singapore
Categories:Economics/Statistics, Statistics

The Singapore Department of Statistics is the National Statistical Authority responsible for statistics on the Singapore economy and population.

We collect, compile and analyse a wide range of economic, business, household, population, income and expenditure statistics and provide statistical inputs to decision-making agencies in monitoring and developing policies.

Join our team of dynamic and motivated officers in providing objective, high quality and comprehensive statistics and research findings to assist decision-making within government and the community at large. We offer attractive remuneration that will commensurate with educational qualifications, NS and relevant working experience.

Job Description

As a Statistician, you will be responsible for the data gathering and compilation of statistics in one or more specific fields, conduct statistical research and analysis, and develop new systems and indicators to support users' statistical requirements.

You will also be involved in managing, analysing and making sense of large amounts of data from various sources, to optimise statistical processes and derive more insights of the data to support policy-making decision.
 
Job Requirements
 
  • Possess knowledge or experience in Economics, Mathematics, Statistics or subjects with substantial quantitative content (e.g. regression, analytics, modelling, forecasting)
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills with the ability to learn and apply relevant statistical and analytical tools and techniques for data compilation and analysis
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Able to work well both independently and as a member of a team
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