The Analysis Directorate is a friendly and supportive group of economists, operational researchers, statisticians and generalists that form the core analytical function for DExEU. The Directorate’s key objective is to lead Whitehall’s EU Exit analysis, bringing the right evidence together and coordinating and challenging across Government. We work with other government departments and DExEU directorates to generate and combine the best analysis of DExEU and Whitehall, to support the UK’s negotiations and preparations for EU Exit. Analysis and evidence is at the heart of economic partnership negotiations and EU exit preparedness. The directorate’s work will involve: - Shaping strategy and priorities for negotiations and preparedness across a range of scenarios; - Modelling the impacts of trade, customs, and labour mobility options in the future economic relationship; - Evidencing our proposals to the Commission and Member States, directly addressing their interests; - Supporting decision making within live negotiations; - Engaging with Ministers, with the public and with Parliament on the potential impacts of the different scenarios; and - Ensuring analysis is well governed, linked up across Whitehall and centralised where necessary Responsibilities - Working with analytical desk leads to inform big picture EU exit decision making. Including:- Assessment of deal packages;- EU exit impacts; and- The interaction between EU negotiations and our independent trade policy with the rest of the world.- Engaging with policy colleagues to identify and develop opportunities where evidence and analysis could be helpful and have an impact in decision making. This needs the technical ability to not only be an intelligent commissioner of specific analysis, but also being able to interpret, summarise and ‘package’ it as a consumer of a wide-variety of analysis- Drafting briefs for senior decision makers, including Secretary of State.- Big picture and proactive thinking to identify areas of EU exit that would benefit from additional analysis. We are currently looking for analysts who will play a critical role in designing, delivering and coordinating the analysis that will shape the UK’s negotiation with the EU on our future economic relationship. The jobs involve significant engagement with senior officials across DExEU and the rest of Whitehall, including Economists, Analysts as well as policy leads. We are a flexible, disability confident employer. In return for sharing your experience and skills with us in these roles, DExEU offers you a great benefits package, including: ? family friendly flexibility for work life balance;? a learning and development offer second to none; and? a flexible and competitive reward offer.