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Ofsted seeks Deputy Director for Data and Insight to beef up its data analysis capability

Matteo Natalucci Published 05 October 2017

£88k role will lead and manage the work of the Ofsted Data and Insight team and ensure quality data and information has been properly analysed

 

The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) is looking for a Deputy Director for Data and Insight to ensure quality data and information is properly analysed, and accessible internally and externally.

Ofsted is a non-ministerial department, responsible for inspecting and regulating a range of educational institutions across the country and are accountable directly to Parliament.

This post holder will lead the Data and Insight team, which is responsible for analysing Ofsted’s data and other relevant information to report publicly through official statistics, management information and other releases on Ofsted’s work and findings. The new role will also be responsible for informing inspection planning and activity through risk assessment and pre-inspection briefing as well as informing policy development and research activity internally and externally by providing insight into Ofsted data and other available information.

The interview panel will consist of Amanda Spielman, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector; Neil Greenwood, director, Digital and Information; Christopher Russell, regional director, South East and Stuart Perkins, head of Talent and Resourcing.

The post may be based in London or Bristol.

Applications close on October 23.








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