Data Process Administrator

Location

Bristol

Salary / Pay

£39,409 – £39,409 per year + 

Full Time

Type of Employment

Permanent

 

Data Process Administrator, Bristol – Temporary to Permanent role – £39,409

Our client is a well-established, award winning electrical distribution network operator who are part of the larges electricity transmission and distribution businesses in the UK.  As a national business, they pride themselves on their first class reputation for network reliability and business efficiency, receiving the Government’s Charter Mark scheme accolade every year. You can be proud to join a company who work to ensure everyone can have  clean, affordable energy, well into the future.

Their Bristol office are seeking a Data Process Administrator to join their Data and Digitalisation team. This is a temporary to permanent role, a permanent contract being offered upon a successful period of approx 12 weeks. Excellent salary, holiday entitlement starting at 26 days + bank holidays, pension, free onsite parking! The role is full time and a hybrid working arrangement will be offered, working a maximum of 3 days a week from home. 

The successful candidate will need to be very confident using Excel, and although not essential, you may have more advanced data skills ie Data Analysis, Python or SQL.

Main purpose of the role of Data Process Administrator:-

  • Collate data for internal and external consumption in a timely manner to National Grid, other Distribution Network Operators, Ofgem and wider external stakeholders;
  • Support the management and process of external and internal data requests;
  • Support the management and process of the internal data triage process;
  • Provide administrative support to facilitate internal and external data access and understanding;
  • Use company policies, processes and procedures relating to data governance and regulatory compliance;
  • Assist Manager delivering the Data & Digitalisation (D&D) programme;
  • Other duties appropriate to the grade.

Main duties and responsibilities of Data Process Administrator:-

  • Prepare and present multiple datasets to be shared internally and externally to meet regulatory and other agreed requirements in a timely and efficient manner;
  • Collate and coordinate internal and external data requests, as per agreed SLAs, working with Data Owners and Stewards to respond accordingly;
  • Ensure all data shared externally has undertaken an appropriate data triage assessment;
  • Maintain a central repository of data triage assessments and the required review periods;
  • Work with Data Owners and Stewards to ensure appropriate metadata and data dictionary repositories for all relevant data are completed;
  • Communicate effectively across all business areas and externally, ensuring all required areas are engaged to support and deliver timely and effective data outputs.

Typical knowledge/experience required

  • Reliable, well organised and be able to work as part of a team and to work using own initiative;
  • Ability to manage own time and work to agreed deadlines;
  • Proficient using MS Excel and Word;
  • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills
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