Senior Statistical Analyst at Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
- We're growing and evolving - our work impacts all New Zealanders each and every day
- Flexible working options
- Wellington or Auckland based newly created position.
Our Data, Statistics and Analytics department are expanding and specialising to support new initiatives designed to increase the stability of our financial system. If you are a skilled data practitioner looking for your next challenge in a collaborative and high performing data and analytics department, look no further!
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Te Pūtea Matua is New Zealand's central bank. Its purpose is enabling economic prosperity and well-being for all New Zealanders | Toitū te Ōhanga.
The Reserve Bank is preparing for new legislation that will promote the prosperity and well-being of New Zealanders. This legislation will contribute to a productive and sustainable economy by protecting and promoting the stability of the financial system.
This is an exciting time as the Bank continues to transform, setting up to meet an evolving mandate and purpose.
This role sits within an ongoing project with a range of newly created roles that will enable Te Pūtea Matua to prepare for the Deposit Takers Bill that's been introduced to Parliament.
Te tūranga - The role
The Senior Statistical Analyst, Data Development reports to the Data Development Manager in the Data, Statistics & Analytics department. The Senior Statistical Analyst will use their knowledge of statistical frameworks, tools and methods to deliver data development initiatives that will better enable data-driven decision-making at the Bank.
This role will primarily focus on data collections that will underpin requirements of the proposed Deposit Takers Act. This Act will create a single regulatory regime for all entities who hold deposits, and will enable a new Depositor Compensation Scheme to protect deposits held in these institutions.
Data collections could take the form of aggregated financial reporting surveys, specific case studies, or larger, granular datasets. Each collection will need consideration of the most effective tools to design, build, and utilise them well.
The Senior Statistical Analyst expected to lead specific development initiatives within the wider project, such as designing new collections for deposit takers that are proportionate with their size. In addition to designing and building collections, you will have the opportunity to analyse results and transition collections successfully into regular production. You will collaborate effectively within and across departments to drive initiatives to improve processes and obtain more value from data and statistics.
Please review the position descriptions for this role here.
Ō pūkenga - About you
To be successful in this role, you will bring:
- a relevant tertiary degree in related disciplines supported ideally by a minimum four years' experience
- experience in economics, finance, or banking is an advantage
- strong analytical skills and a proven ability to show sound judgement from your experience and relevant qualifications in statistics, banking or the financial sector.
- experience designing and running a data collection from start to finish
- experience working with a range of data and analysts tools
- relationship management skills and experience engaging and working with a range of internal and external stakeholders
Ko wai matou - Who we are
We're kaitiaki (guardians) of New Zealand's financial ecosystem - enabling economic wellbeing and prosperity for all New Zealanders. We do all we can to support, a sustainable, productive and efficient economy built on integrity, innovation and inclusion. We're building diversity and inclusion into everything we do.
Our differences seed our innovation and help us deliver our best work - reflective of the needs of society. We welcome and value knowledge of Te Ao Māori, Te Tiriti and Tikanga.
So come join us if you're wanting that something more
Bring your talent, curiosity and expertise and we'll help you do the rest. You'll be part of one of the world's most trusted and respected central banks. We'll invest in you. And with you, we're investing in New Zealand.
We are New Zealand's central bank. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te Pūtea Matua.
Ngā painga - What we offer
We have a broad range of responsibilities and great opportunities to match people across all stages of careers. We encourage an inclusive and positive workplace culture. We support flexible working and work-life balance.
Our benefits include additional leave options, a wellness package, working from home equipment subsidy, generous parental leave provisions, learning and development opportunities, and access to numerous social, networking and sporting activities.
It's a great time to join us. We're growing and evolving. We're reaching for new heights. Add your voice to impact change to improve lives and livelihoods. We're protecting our future. For future generations. That's fulfilling.
Me pēhea te tuku tono - To Apply/Interested?
To find out more please review the position description which is linked above, or for any specific queries, please contact Matt.Haigh@rbnz.govt.nz.
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If the sound of this role has sparked your interest, please apply online by 5pm, 31 March 2023. Please include a cover letter and CV with your application.
Kōrero tāpiri - Additional information
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Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
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