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Australian National Audit Office
Position Level: 
APS Level 5
Salary: 
$77,646 - $84,610
Location: 
Barton - ACT
Job type: 
Full-time
Ongoing
Closing date: 
22 September 2019
To event remaining 5 days

Duties


An exciting opportunity for an experienced data analyst to join the ANAO.

The ANAO’s purpose is to support accountability and transparency in the Australian Government sector through independent reporting to the Parliament, and thereby contribute to improved public sector performance.

You will work in a highly skilled Data Analytics team to help our auditors to use data to provide audit assurance and insights. You will have opportunity to work on a wide range of government data and solve challenging problems with contemporary analytical techniques using tools like Python, R, SQL, Tableau and Qlik Sense. You will also have opportunity to work with emerging and innovative technology, including tools for statistical modelling, data mining, text mining and process mining.
 

Eligibility


There are no mandatory qualifications for this role. However, the following are highly desirable:
-Tertiary qualifications in a discipline that requires analysis of complex information, interpretation and written reporting of findings;
-The ability to apply the Python programming language for data analytics tasks.

To apply, you will need to submit an up to date resume and a statement of claims of no more than 500 words outlining your skills, knowledge, experience and why you are the best person for the role.

To be considered for employment with the ANAO you must be an Australian Citizen. You must also have the ability to obtain and maintain an Australian Government security clearance to perform all duties of the role.
 

Notes


The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975'. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

For more information: 
Xiaoyan Lu
(02) 6203 7452
Position number: 
82/2019