Pay rates are negotiable dependent on relevant skills and experience.
What’s the role about?
As a Data Management Analyst you will use your specialist data knowledge and a variety of analyst techniques to identify, investigate and fix data as well as deliver business requirements.
You will be known for your technical and data expertise and will drive value by supporting good data management. You will have excellent communication skills which will enable you to build trusted relationships with colleagues and stakeholders across Insight and relevant data domains you work closely with.
Possessing an excellent understanding of how data is used in the business, you will be able to adapt your skills to suit the business problem you are presented with.
Please note that we have both Permanent and Secondment Data Management Analyst opportunities available, so when making your application, please indicate your preference at the relevant part of the application form.
What you’ll be doing as a Data Management Analyst:
The Data Management Analyst will support the delivery of the Partnership’s goals and data strategy through having the highest quality and usable data. Throughout conducting data or business analysis, you will drive Insight-led recommendations to improve and influence decision making.
Day-to-day, you will:
Be responsible for end to end quality processes and for identifying opportunities to improve data quality through better data and improved data management / processing. Identify patterns and trends in information.
Identify, analyse and document new business requirements relating to data processes and systems. Ensure solutions meet business needs and requirements.
Represent the Data Management profession on key projects that require data expertise
Provide effective analysis and interpretation of data as input into strategic projects and operational activities. Capture, track and provide trend reports and data profiling reporting.
Define and report on data quality metrics. Track all data governance and data quality issues and resolutions for publication to stakeholders.
Manage supplier relationships with 3rd party data capture and data service providers.
Use excellent communication skills to break down information and present it in a simple way to key stakeholders within Insight and across the Partnership.
What you’ll have:
Specialist data knowledge and skills gained through Data or Business analysis experience.
Understanding of data.
Experience of data processes within a commercial organisation.
Strong organisational and communication skills.
Experience of working with databases and large data sets.
Knowledge of multiple programming languages including Python, SQL, R.
What else you could bring:
Experience of data quality measurement and management.
Data Management experience.
Governance and process development experience.
Data Management and / or Data Governance qualifications.
We occasionally close vacancies early in the event that we receive a high volume of applications. Therefore we recommend you apply as soon as possible.
The application form consists of a CV upload, an online test followed by application questions. Please ensure you refresh the page each time you complete a task to ensure you complete everything that you need to in time.
We have a number of different ways to work flexibly so at your interview feel free to talk about what flexibility means to you. There are no guarantees, however, it may open the door to not only a new role but a new way of working.
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