Data Process Administrator

Location

Bristol

Salary / Pay

£31,392 – £31,392 per year + 

Full Time

Type of Employment

Temporary

 

  • Data Process Administrator, Bristol £16.26 per hour

    Our client is a well-established electrical distribution network operator with over 7 million customers throughout 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.

    Their Bristol depot is seeking a Data Administrator who is experienced in working with data and using Excel. The role is to cover parental leave, you will be required to start early to mid-August, to October. There is also the opportunity to apply for internal permanent roles within the company. There is onsite free parking, holiday entitlement, 20 days + bank holidays, rising to 26 days + bank holidays after 12 weeks, excellent hourly rate.

    Main purpose of the role:-

    • 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 comp;any 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

    • 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