Head of Data Science and Analysis / Head of Statistics, Children’s Commissioner’s Office, London
The Children’s Commissioner’s office is a highly respected independent body that acts as a voice for children in England. It is our job to make sure that the interests and experience of children are understood by politicians and others who make decisions about their lives. Data and evidence play a critical role in this. We have two fantastic opportunities to join our evidence team. We draw on administrative data, cohort studies, data requests, digital data, surveys of key agencies and the views of children and young people to ensure that the experiences, rights and interests of children and young people are heard and shape policy and practice.
Reporting to the Director of Evidence, these are crucial roles that will oversee a real time website providing data and insight to the Children’s Commissioner, Parliament, public and the media on trends in the wellbeing and welfare of children. These posts will use the Children’s Commissioner’s powers to request data to address gaps in knowledge about the experiences, outcomes and views of important vulnerable groups and the types of risk they face. It will for example shape the CCO project on children in detention and work on the specific areas of disabilities, early development, nationality and household level risk.
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