At The Chemistry Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to be brilliant at work. We use principles of psychology and behavioural science to help organisations assess and understand people, using this data to drive organisational outcomes. We use data gathered through assessments, interviews, and observations to define the characteristics of high performance in organisations. We call this What Great Looks Like (WGLL™). By knowing WGLL™, organisations can more effectively select and develop great talent.
As a Statistician, you will build data models and use statistical analyses to derive insights that help our clients understand WGLL™ in the critical roles within their organisations. You will be responsible for carrying out model validation and have a thorough understanding of both parametric and non-parametric approaches. You will be required to work across different epistemological paradigms; therefore, an understanding of data in varying contexts would be ideal.
As a member of the Science team, you will support your colleagues who work in small, cross-functional teams to deliver client work and contribute to product development. The Science team are a combination of Psychologists, Behavioural Scientists and Statisticians responsible for designing and validating assessments for use in pre-employment selection and performance management. The team are responsible for conducting analyses, interpreting results as they apply to the client, and communicating results to both internal and external stakeholders.
- Work across the whole organisation to embed data science at Chemistry.
- Provide stakeholders with user-centred insights. Update and maintain the databases and/or data sources.
- Data sourcing, data wrangling and feature engineering tasks.
- Provide advice and support to the Science team on to deliver clean and consistent data pipelines for analysis and delivery methods.
- Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of all statistical techniques and developments while integrating the increasing amount of data for downstream analyses.
- Advanced degree in a highly numerate subject (Maths, Statistics, Psychology, Engineering).
- Eligible to work in the UK.
- Experienced in advanced statistical analysis and data manipulation techniques.
- Familiarity with SQL and a good knowledge of using Python and/or R are essential.
- Knowledge of cloud computing.
- Knowledge of psychometric methods (IRT techniques), modern statistical and psychometric theories, measurement principles, test design, and validation.
- Experience in use of modern measurement models such as cognitive diagnostic models (CDM) or linear-on-the-fly models (LOFT).
When we say our intent is to give everyone the opportunity to be brilliant at work, of course we extend that to you.
That’s why we focus on our development and ensure that we provide each other feedback regularly to support each others continuous growth.
We also use quarterly OKRs to make sure your development is constantly on-going and in tune with the needs of the business. If you need to do something to progress and do your job better, we’ll make sure it happens.
And we love to develop and promote our own people, so if you make it through the door, we’ll make sure you have every opportunity to get where you want to go – all you have to do is take it!
Plus you'll wonder how you ever lived without the free beer on tap in the office!
28 days holiday + UK Bank Holidays