UK Government Analysis Function opportunities

Across the Government Analysis Function there are many opportunities to help broaden your career horizons. This could be building your network of peers through volunteering, participating in a function activity or developing your skills and career by applying for a loan or secondment.

The Analysis Function is committed to creating an inclusive analytical community where all our members have the chance to thrive, with access to a breadth of career and development opportunities. This page is updated to bring you the latest loan, secondment, volunteering, shadowing and vacancies from across government ensuring you have a clear view of opportunities available to build your skills and contribute more widely and ensuring equal and transparent access to opportunities.

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Data Science Graduate Programme

Following the success of the 2019 and 2020 programmes, applications for the 2021 Data Science Graduate Programme are now open until 3 June 2021.

Teams across government have seen the effect that the programme has had, so this year we are expanding it to offer places at several high-profile public-sector organisations. You’ll have the opportunity to work with experienced data scientists at organisations including 10 Downing Street, HM Treasury, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), Land Registry, and the Welsh Government.

Perhaps you’re not sure if you’ve got the right skills, experience or background to apply. Don’t worry! There’s no particular background you need to have and our current graduates have arrived with varying levels of coding experience and have hit the ground running. Find out what they had to say and

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