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£26,187 - £28,997 a year
  • Hold a current UK driving licence.
  • Interest in both UK forestry and climate change.
  • Be willing to travel for field work within the UK, requiring some nights…
£18,884 - £24,312 a year
  • They work in many different departments and agencies across the breadth of the UK, delivering service to customers in.
  • What’s in it for you?
£22,645 - £23,099 a year
  • Deliver excellent customer service in our Statistical Support team, providing cover on a rota basis between 8am and 5pm Monday – Friday.
UK Government - Government Statistical Service
London
£21,166 a year
  • The opportunity to work across a range of government departments, agencies and other public bodies playing a pivotal role in government decision making.
£23,673 - £40,352 a year
  • Expertise in either undertaking statistical analysis (e.g. of extreme events) OR analysis of geophysical hazards (e.g. wind, floods, heatwaves, wildfires,…
£22,645 - £23,099 a year
  • Collaborating with the wider research community, including the Government Statistical Service (GSS) and across ONS.
  • Experience of prioritising and planning.
£30,806 - £35,880 a year
  • You will contribute to FSA risk assessments designed to protect UK food consumers.
  • Networking with statisticians and analysts in other government departments…
  • Is aware of the wide range of the firms services and spots opportunities to sell those services to clients whilst promoting GIA to other Grant Thornton…
£21,298 - £24,312 a year
  • They work in many different departments and agencies across the breadth of the UK, delivering service to customers in.
  • The key purpose of the role.
£34,309 - £37,334 a year
  • Experience of statistical analysis software (e.g. SAS, SPSS, R).
  • Providing UK contributions on forestry to international organisations.