2,201 Government Social Research Officer jobs available on Indeed.

Jenny Dibden became Co-Director, Cities and Local Growth Unit in 2019.

The research relates to society, grou. <span class=" fc-falcon">analysis of administrative and statistical data.

For info on employed in social research for that government, see government social research officer.

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$49,028 - $92,429 a year.

Fieldwork associated with a research project should not in general be conducted during the pre-election period, although for ongoing survey work or time critical research it may be impossible to avoid the pre-election period; advice in specific cases should be sought from the Chief Social Research Officer. . .

Full-time. analysis of administrative and statistical data.

Master’s degree or PhD in a relevant field (e.

Recent graduate of Behavioural Science.

support the development, implementation, review and evaluation of policy and delivery. Government Social Researcher currently working as a Research Officer at UK Home Office.

Role Type: Statistics, Other, Analytical, Social Research. .

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Government social research officer at Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman New York, New York, United States.

Government social research officer at Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman New York, New York, United States.

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Government departments recruit Social Researchers throughout the year on Civil Service Jobs. As a Research Officer working for a civil service organisation you can contribute to the reporting of social trends, Government social researchers play a critical role in gathering analysing and interpreting the information that forms the foundation for decision-making.

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Government Social Research Officers are in charge of conducting research to help design, implement, assess, and evaluate new and current government policies. The role involves responsibility for the research and analysis of policy, as well as commissioning and managing research.

, public health, social science) or Medical Degree.

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Master’s degree or PhD in a relevant field (e.

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The UK national average salary for a Government Social Research Officer is £42,447, ranging from £27,000 to £68.