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Data Administrator / Analyst
Data Administrator / Analyst opportunity - Bristol based - 19k salary + benefits
Working for a leading Engineering and R&D organisation, you will be responsible for data management activities which will include the receipt, cleansing and validation of operational data. You will then enter this data into a management tool for analysis, processing and reporting.
* Data registration
* Quality checking of data
* Identify and extract data of interest including duplications of previous data entries
* Validate and clarify the data, resolving queries with Data Analysts
* Format the data to be entered into management tool
* Load into management tool
* Monitor and progress data through an agreed work flow process
* Collate data at the end of the process
* Issue the resultant product
* Archive the data once issued
* Strong computer skills including all Microsoft office packages
* Good attention to detail with the ability to spot errors in both numerical data and text
* Excellent organisational, communication and people skills
This is an ideal opportunity to be a part of a creative problem-solving team that is fundamental to the organisations ability to deliver a quality services to their customers and clients.
Salary on offer is 19k + benefits including a matched pension scheme, healthcare and generous holiday.
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