The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is the government department responsible for collecting and publishing official statistics about the UK's society and economy, and also carries out the ten-yearly census for England and Wales.
Our work is vital to the Government, local and health authorities, industry, researchers, students and the public. We inform decision-making at all levels and provide information that is official and independent. Ours are the most up-to-date statistics on all aspects of UK life, making ONS a challenging and diverse workplace.
With nearly 4,000 employees working across three sites, ONS is always seeking potential candidates to cover a wide range of positions. We are looking for team players who can communicate with people on all levels, and enjoy working in hi-tech, fast-paced environments.
ONS offers great development opportunities for staff at the start of their careers through to experienced professionals. Training and development of all our staff is given the highest priority. By making statistics available to the nation, you could enjoy fulfilling work which benefits the whole of society.
If you are interested in making a career at ONS, take a moment to explore the information available.