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Competency framework for the Government Statistician Group (GSG)

Policy details

Metadata item Details
Publication date:30 March 2016
Author:The Government Statistical Service People Committee
Approver:The Government Statistical Service People Committee
Who this is for:Members of the Government Statistician Group
Type:Competency framework
Contact:

gss.careers@ons.gov.uk

Brief description:

This framework is used to assess the technical skills of government statisticians and data scientists who belong to the Government Statistician Group (GSG).

All GSG statisticians and data scientists are assessed against this when they enter the profession and as they progress through the grades.

You can download the full framework  (pdf, 0.29MB) or sections of it that are relevant to the grade you are working at, or towards:

You can also download a document that outlines the statistical tools and techniques (pdf, 0.39MB) mentioned in the framework.

Review frequency:

This policy is reviewed annually.

Documents

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GSG Competency Framework (PDF, 0.29MB)

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GSG Competency Framework: Grade 7 and Grade 6 (PDF, 0.13MB)

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GSG Competency Framework: Higher and Senior Statistical Officer and Data Scientist (& Fast Stream Assistant Statistician) (PDF, 0.13MB)

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GSG Competency Framework: Statistical Officer and Data Scientist (PDF, 0.10MB)

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GSG Competency Framework: Statistical tools and techniques (PDF, 0.39MB)

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Matrix grid of civil service competencies by GSG competencies (PDF, 0.07MB)

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