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Senior Statistical Specialist/Statistical Specialist, Analysis (Manpower Research and Statistics Department) - Contract

Agency: Ministry of Manpower
Job no.: 514313
Work type: Permanent/Contract
Location: Singapore
Categories:Research and Analysis, Statistics

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) aims to develop a productive workforce and progressive workplaces, for Singaporeans to have better jobs and a secure retirement. In a rapidly changing global economic landscape, Singapore’s workforce and workplace practices have to remain adaptable. MOM’s policies help enhance the workforce’s profile, promote lifelong employability and income security for Singaporeans, as well as foster excellent working environments that are fair and safe. As an MOM officer, you will get to work in a range of exciting areas to help the Ministry attain its goals, including manpower policy, industrial relations, workplace safety and foreign employment regulation. MOM is committed to creating an inclusive employee experience for all.

The role

The candidate will join the Analysis team of the Manpower Research & Statistics Department, which is responsible for in-depth statistical research & analysis supporting MOM’s strategic outcomes. The team provides objective and rigorous assessment of the current state and trends in the labour market with a view to facilitate informed decision-making within the government and the community-at-large.

  • Monitor labour market developments and analyse labour market data and trends
  • Conduct timely and relevant research on the labour market
  • Initiate studies to measure emerging trends and identify wider implications of the analysis produced
  • Present findings on labour market developments at internal and multi-agency forum
  • Provide advisory on the data and statistical techniques, and data analysis


  • Preferably with background in Statistics, Economics, Business or Communication studies
  • At least 1 to 2 years of working experience in statistical analysis and /or economic research will be an advantage
  • A keen interest in the labour market and economic developments
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Working knowledge of statistical programming language (like SAS) and econometric modelling

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