The Citizens Information Board (CIB) is the national agency responsible for supporting the provision of information, advice and advocacy. CIB provides the citizensinformation.ie website. CIB also funds and supports the Citizens Information Services, the Money Advice and Budgeting Services (MABS), MABS Support, National Traveller MABS, the National Advocacy Service (NAS) for People with Disabilities, the Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS) and the Register of Irish Sign Language Interpreters.
Higher Executive Officer, Data Analyst
Duration: Permanent, Full-Time position (35 hours per week)
Location: Citizens Information Board, George’s Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 02,
The Citizens Information Board (CIB) is the national agency responsible for supporting the provision of information, advice and advocacy on social services and for the provision of the Money Advice and Budgeting Service.
CIB gathers and stores data on a number of disparate systems, both internally and through the companies funded by CIB. CIB is reviewing reports on the impact of CIB service activity outcomes for the citizen. In addition, CIB will need to develop new data initiatives and publish datasets as part of CIB’s Open Data commitments.
The Data Analyst will be responsible for promoting and developing CIB’s internal business intelligence and reporting infrastructure, supporting the organisation to effectively use data and information to increase both the quality and efficiency of our services.
The salary scale for this post is the standard Civil Service Equivalent €50,848, €52,334, €53,817, €55,300, €56,788, €58,271, €61,433, €63,6401, €65,8392
1After 3 years’ satisfactory service at the maximum
2After 6 years’ satisfactory service at the maximum
An Application Form must be completed in full (late applications and CVs not accepted). The application process is outlined in the Information Booklet which is downloadable below:
Closing date: 5pm on Thursday 25th of August 2022
The Citizens Information Board is committed to providing equal opportunities for employment to all applicants. Applications will be reviewed and shortlisted for interview on the merit, skills and experience detailed in the documentation supplied, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, civil status, family status, religion, disability, race, or membership of the traveller community.