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The Resettlement and Humanitarian Assistance Directorate leads the work of the Department for Elevation, Housing and Communities to support the reception, resettlement and integration of people seeking safety in the UK via protected pathways. That includes:
· Leadership in the Department of Resettlement and Immigration Policy and response to any future humanitarian or resettlement events
· Responsible for the Homes for Ukraine programme, which has gained wide public support for housing provision across the UK.
· Oversee the Hong Kong British Nationals Reception Program (Overseas), which supports local authorities to work closely with VCS partners to help BN(O) arrivals from Hong Kong successfully settle in the Kingdom United.
· Work closely with the Home Office and local councils to support the resettlement and integration of Afghan and British nationals who have arrived in the UK under the Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy (ARAP) and the Afghan National Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) .
· Oversee coordination and liaisons across DLUHC's range of interests, including broader cohorts.
Our work involves strong collaboration with various government departments, local partners and agencies, and the voluntary sector to ensure we help Ukrainians, Afghans, Hong Kong BN(O) and other newly arriving cohorts secure adequate housing and access the services they need. to integrate into their new communities.
The Data and Analysis Team is a friendly, multi-professional team that works with policy teams in the Directorate of Resettlement and Humanitarian Assistance to ensure that policy-making is underpinned by high-quality evidence and analysis.
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We particularly welcome candidates from ethnic minorities and other underrepresented groups to apply as we work to continually improve our ability to represent the parties and communities we support through our work.
This is an exciting time to join the team as we focus on our new structure as the newly created Directorate of Resettlement and Humanitarian Assistance to build on the brilliant work the teams have done to this point. Our new board is being created at a time when the government has just committed to anew support packto help Afghan families settle down and we are going into full delivery mode. We enter the second year of the Homes for Ukraine program. we are entering the third year of the Hong Kong BN(O) program. and our role in broader cohorts is growing.
You will have primary responsibility for the delivery and quality of analysis and evaluation to inform policy development. In this role you will:
o Support the design and development of internal and external evaluations of various refugee and resettlement programs (including the Homes for Ukraine program) and related policy programs (such as Ukraine's ESOL program).
o Support the development of complex centralized data platforms that aggregate monitoring and evaluation data according to policy needs.
o Develop strong evidence-based findings to support decision-making, leveraging a variety of analytical sources
o Work closely with user research teams to produce research papers to inform intervention development and support local service providers
o Advise on evidence and data quality and availability to support policy development and operational needs.
o Collaborate with the Ministry of the Interior and the OGD and identify synergies in evidence-gathering exercises, adapted to common frameworks and outcomes.
o Develop close working relationships with policy colleagues (at all hierarchical levels) and build effective partnerships across government, enabling evidence-based policy development.
- Good experience of participating in large evaluation and research projects that cover multiple stakeholders (e.g. local authorities, third sector, etc.)
- Solid understanding of different methodological approaches to research and data collection, with an understanding of when different methods should be used accordingly.
- Strong analytical skills, able to deliver at a pace where data and policies are constantly evolving
- Good written and oral communication skills to clearly articulate data and evidence tailored to a variety of target groups.
- Excellent stakeholder management skills to maintain effective working relationships with external vendors, OGD, CO and No10
- Knowledge of coding languages for fast and reproducible analysis (preferably Python, R, SQL/Pyspark,)
- Knowledge and use of Power BI.
We will evaluate you on these behaviors during the selection process:
To make effective decisions
Communication and influence
Taking advantage of the time
We will assess you based on these technical skills during the selection process:
Give an example of when you evaluated a policy or intervention and the methods you used to do this.
Learning and development tailored to your role
An environment with flexible work options
A culture that encourages inclusion and diversity
EMservant's pensionwith an average employer contribution of 27%
things you should know
Details of the selection process
This position is in useSuccess profile (opens in new window), and will assess your attitudes, strengths and technical skills.
DLUHC analysts must be affiliated with a public analytical profession. This is the following:
State Social Research Service (GSR)
Step 1: Filter and qualifying questions, admission tests
Applicants who pass the initial filter and eligibility questions will be asked to confirm which of the detailed occupations they belong to or are applying to join. This information will be used to promote successful applications to the relevant professional control element of the process.
Existing officers who are currently members of one of these professions will retain their professional status in that role. Candidates for promotion will be evaluated for promotion in their profession as part of the selection process. List all current partnerships on your application.
External candidates or civil servants with no current occupation may be considered for accreditation in one of the occupations as part of the recruitment process. If you are not currently a member of a public analytical profession, you will go through the membership process for your chosen profession as part of this application. You must go through the membership process for your application to be approved. If you fail the relevant professional entrance exam, your application will not be accepted. See the Candidate Analyst Guide for more details on the membership process for the relevant profession.
You should consider the technical skills for your profession in the application and interview.
Check out our Analytics Graduation Guide, which includes:
1 - Technical skills for each analytical occupation - GES, GORS, GSR and GSS.
2 - details of entry requirements for each detailed occupation
3 – details of the admission process for each detailed occupation
Government Social Survey (GSR):
Holder of a bachelor's degree, at least 2:1 or 2:2 with a master's degree, in a discipline of social sciences. An appropriate social science course is one that includes substantial training in social research methods (comprising about one-third of the course units). It should cover quantitative methods and at least three of the five topics listed below.
Mandatory: Quantitative methods, including research design, data collection (eg questionnaire design, sampling, weighting), data analysis (eg statistical analysis)
Qualitative methods including survey design, data collection (e.g. interview, focus groups, ethnography), data analysis (e.g. thematic analysis)
Interpretation of data (qualitative and quantitative), presentation of results, submission of recommendations/conclusions
Study design, hypothesis formulation, review and evaluation
Applying ethics to research
Relevant social science subjects may vary. Prospective members must demonstrate substantial training in the social research methods they have received, not just topics from a social science degree.
we are for everyone
At DLUHC, we value diversity and inclusion and actively encourage and accept applications from everyone, including those who are underrepresented in our workforce. We promote equal opportunity in all aspects of employment and a work environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation and victimization.
We strongly recommend candidates contact the head of the position to learn more about this role.
DLUHC wants to attract a diverse workforce at all levels.
Our application system is designed to remove as much bias as possible from the recruitment system - this means that a recruiter doesn't know your name, your details, can see your entire application at once (or have your CV at the screening stage , unless otherwise noted ) .
Your answers are random and aggregated. This means that each reviewer sees sets of answers to questions, for example, all candidates' answers to 'Look at the Big Picture', rather than seeing a candidate's full application. The science behind this is that recruitment can be subject to order and fatigue effects, and we want to reduce that as much as possible.
Most of our campaigns use multiple raters, so it's possible that each of your responses will be seen by different raters.
Remember when you write your app:
The evaluator will not read your responses sequentially.
Don't assume that the same raters have read all of your responses.
If you talk about something in your first answer, make sure you write the second answer as if you didn't write the first one (and so on!)
In the long term, we will evaluate
Technical (potential) - Give an example of when you evaluated a policy or intervention and the methods you used to do so.
Behavior 1 - Making effective decisions
Behavior 2 - I communicate and influence
Behavior 3 - Cooperation
There is a 250 word limit per question.
If we receive a large number of signups, we may perform an initial triage using the lead behaviors mentioned in the ad. Applicants who pass the initial screening may proceed to the full screening or proceed directly to the assessment/interview
The conversation will be mixed in nature, comprised of the following elements in a successful profile:
Behavior - Effective decision making, Communication and influence, Collaboration, Delivery on pace
Strength - Strength-based questions will require physical responses from candidates.
Candidates must prepare a presentation, the details of which will be sent after the interview invitation.
In the full campaign, we tested the following elements of the success profile:
Behaviors: Effective decision making, Communication and influence, Collaboration, Delivery on pace
Technical: Give an example of when you evaluated a policy or intervention and the methods you used to do this.
We do not process CVs directly into our recruitment inbox - you must apply for this role via the Public Service Jobs Application link
Please note that close bids may be made for the lowest grade for applicants who do not meet the scoring criteria for this promotion.
Senior Associate Researcher
The salary for this role will be £43,840 (London) or £39,884 (Domestic).
For existing officers, the normal transfer and promotion policy will apply and is non-negotiable.
In order to receive this grant, you must be fully qualified and occupy a specific role agreed by the finance manager.
Transfers in civil service from October 4, 2018:
Any change to DLUHC from another employer will mean you will no longer have access to childcare vouchers. This includes movement between public authorities. However, you may qualify for other government programs, including tax-free child care. Determine your eligibility inhttps://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk
For more information on the benefits available to DLUHC employees, please see the attached application package.
There may be opportunities for candidates to work flexibly depending on the needs of the company. This will be discussed with the position manager on a case-by-case basis if you are successful in the role.
*Note: The Darlington Economics Campus (DEC) is an innovative new intergovernmental center that will bring together people from all government departments and organizations to play an active role in today's most important economic issues. The campus design will make a real difference to people in the UK and internationally. There will be significant career opportunities and exciting prospects – a career on Campus means you will be working in the heart of government, with access to the fantastic benefits and opportunities that the public service has to offer. This role is based on the DLUHC and we will be joined on campus by:
Her Majesty's Ministry of Finance
International Handel Institute
Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
The Office of National Statistics
For more information on the DEC, please see the attached DEC Candidate Packet.
CHANGE OF DATES AND INTERVIEWS:
Screening is scheduled for W/C on 6/19/2023 with interview dates to be confirmed. Currently, all interviews are conducted remotely via video call.
In the event that we identify more nominated candidates than there are vacancies, we will keep candidate data on a reserve list for a period of 6 months, after which new appointments may be made. This may include papers to a lesser extent. Candidates admitted to a reserve list will be duly notified. Applicants who do not wish to remain on the reserve list should contact Recruit@levellingup.gov.uk to be removed from the reserve list.
CTC (Anti-Terrorist Clearance):
Successful candidates for positions based at 2 Marsham Street must meet security requirements before being appointed. The required security level is anti-terror screening and the process can take up to 8 weeks to complete.
Please note that successful applicants must pass CTC security checks - this requires you to have been resident in the UK for the last 3 years. See the DLUHC Notes on Security Clearance section of our Candidate Pack for more information on Counter Terrorism Clearance (CTC). Thanks.
Applicants should also note that, effective 1 August 2018, the department will also screen all applicants who successfully pass the interview against the Insider Fraud Database (IFD) maintained by the Cabinet. In accordance with the Civil Service Internal Fraud Policy, any candidate included in the IFD will be rejected by the DLUHC. See candidate package for more information on the internal fraud database.
Candidate package information
Please refer to the attached candidate package for more information.
Before starting your application, it is very important to make sure that you are eligible to apply and that you meet the Civil Service citizenship requirements. All applicants are expected to read the information in the DLUHC applicant packet regarding nationality requirements and regulations
Internal fraud database
The Internal Fraud Unit of the Fraud, Error, Debt and Grant Unit of the Chief of Staff processes information on civil servants who were dismissed for internal fraud or who would have been dismissed had they not resigned. The Cabinet Office receives data from participating government agencies for public servants who have been fired, or would be fired if they had not resigned, for insider fraud. In cases like this, civil servants are prevented from continuing to work in public administration for 5 years. The cabinet then processes this data and passes a limited set of data to DLUHC as participating government agencies. DLUHC conducts pre-employment checks to identify cases where known fraudsters are attempting to re-apply for public service positions. This protects the policy and prevents internal fraud from recurring.
For more information see-Internal Fraud Registry
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Successful applicants must submit to a criminal background check.
Successful candidates must meet security requirements before being nominated. The required security level isanti-terror control (opens in new window).
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The vacancy is open to the following groups:
Commonwealth citizens who are entitled to work in the UK
citizens of the Republic of Ireland
EU, EEA or Swiss nationals with established or pre-determined status or applying for any status within theEuropean Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS) (opens in a new window)
relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals working in the public service
relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals who have acquired the right to work in the public service
certain family members of relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals
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We hire on merit based on fair and open competition as outlined in the Public Service Commissionrecruitment principles (opens in new window).
The Danish civil service embraces diversity and promotes equal opportunities. Therefore, we operate a Disability Trust Scheme (DCS) for candidates with a disability who meet the minimum selection criteria.
The Public Service also offers a Relocation Interview Program for civil servants at risk of dismissal and who meet the minimum requirements for the advertised position.