Executive Analyst and Higher Executive Analyst (EO and HEO)
We have 6 fantastic opportunities to join the growing analytical function at HM Land Registry (HMLR) as we look to improve our use of data to drive continuous improvement.
You will be working with analytical colleagues to provide analytical/modelling insight in order to support and drive decision-making at all levels of the business.
Both positions will be providing insight to specific areas of the organisation, with the HEO taking on more complex or high impact responsibilities. Supported by highly engaged leaders the roles will involve working collaboratively to develop new and improve existing management information systems and modelling.
Both roles will be responsible for providing high quality analysis, creating credible and useful data sources. Individuals will use and develop appropriate statistical, presentation and modelling skills, working with the Modelling and MI leads to drive continuous improvement across the business.
The HEO role will be required to deal with more complex and high profile analytical problems that will have greater impact.
You will identify opportunities to improve our understanding of HMLR and its operations and drive acceptance of a single version of the truth about performance, helping to establish a strong modelling QA culture throughout the organisation.
You will engage with leaders to understand and structure problems and develop appropriate modelling and analytical support.
You will be asked within the application process which role(s) they are applying for. If you apply for both you will be marked and scored against each of the roles, both at the application and (if successful in both) the interview stages.
You will have experience of developing analytical/modelling insight in support of operational decision-making in a delivery organisation, with requirement for the HEO post being that you have managed at least one high profile analytical project.
You will also show experience in the areas of analytical quality assurance under pressure and communication skills in presenting analysis with impact.
We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:
- Changing and Improving
- Communicating and Influencing
- Managing a Quality Service
- Delivering at Pace
We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:
- Qualifications or Technical Experience
A great place to work
HM Land Registry is a vibrant place to work with sport and social events and a variety of clubs. We offer flexible working to help you achieve a work-life balance that works for you and us.
Where difference is celebrated
We’re committed to fairness and equality for all, so you feel valued for who you are and what you do. Diversity fuels our innovation. Our shared values help us work together, to benefit the communities we serve.
Our employee diversity networks support our culture of inclusion and contribute to our diversity action plan.
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Things you need to know
Successful candidates must pass a disclosure and barring security check.
People working with government assets must complete basic personnel security standard checks.
Selection process details
This vacancy is using Success Profiles, and will assess your Behaviours, Experience and Technical skills.
You will be asked within the application process which role(s) you are applying for. If you apply for both you will be marked and scored against each of the roles, both at the application and (if successful in both) the interview stages.
Please copy and paste your CV onto the online application form, detailing your qualifications and work history.
You will then be asked to complete a 250 word technical box which should be used to demonstrate how you meet the essential technical criteria as follows:
One or more of:
• Relevant skills, knowledge and application of Operational Research techniques (OR);
• For EOs, an appreciation/understanding of Operational Research techniques;
• Qualifications to allow 'badging' to join GORS (Government Operational Research Service) in an analytical profession. Qualifications are a 2:1 in a numerate subject, and substantial experience of applying operational research or for GSS, a 2:1 in a numerate subject and substantial experience of applying statistics; for GDS, a 2:1 in a numerate subject and substantial experience of data science.
This should include:
• Experience of developing some MI and analytical/modelling insight
• An awareness of database storage and extraction (using one or more of: VBA, VB.net, R or Python);
• For HEO: evidence of at least one high profile analytical project you have managed.
We welcome applications from those people who are already badged within the GORS community.
In the event of high application volumes the technical criteria may be used as the lead sift criteria along with your CV - Career History.
The Statement of Suitability section (in no more than 750 words) should be used to outline how you meet the essential experience criteria listed on the job description.
The sift will take place shortly after the closing date. If successful at shortlisting stage, you will be invited to attend a virtual, blended interview and a problem structured test.
HMLR is accredited to the Disability Confidence Scheme, which denotes organisations which have a positive attitude towards disabled people. Disabled applicants who meet the minimum essential criteria at the shortlisting stage are guaranteed an invitation to interview.
If any candidate requires the panel to consider a reasonable adjustment or there is anything else they would like the panel to take into consideration they are asked to notify us of this at application stage where possible or during the process as soon as it becomes a requirement.
Please review your application form before clicking ‘submit’ – once you have submitted, you will not be able to amend your application. Ensure your application form is received by the closing date for receipt of applications – this is 11:55pm on the advertised date.
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* Please note that due to Due to Covid-19, the role will initially be home based so your induction and training will be carried out remotely, with full support from your Line Manager and team.
Once safe to do so, it is the expectation that you will be based in your local HMLR office and it is likely that the role will, in some instances, involve working remotely and travelling across England and Wales to other HM Land Registry offices, which may involve over-night stays.
*About the salary: For existing civil servants where a level transfer occurs existing salary will be honoured. Where this falls below the HM Land Registry minimum the minimum point will be paid. When HM Land Registry maximum is exceeded existing salary will be retained on a mark-time basis. An individual joining HM Land Registry on promotion from another government department / agency will be placed on the minimum of the higher pay range.
Feedback will only be provided if you attend an interview or assessment.
This job is broadly open to the following groups:
- UK nationals
- nationals of Commonwealth countries who have the right to work in the UKs
- nationals of the Republic of Ireland
- nationals from the EU, EEA or Switzerland with (or eligible for) status under the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS)
- relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals working in the Civil Service
- relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals who have built up the right to work in the Civil Service
- certain family members of the relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals
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We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition, as outlined in the Civil Service Commission's recruitment principles.
The Civil Service embraces diversity and promotes equal opportunities. As such, we run a Disability Confident Scheme (DCS) for candidates with disabilities who meet the minimum selection criteria.