Data Quality Analyst

Job Ref: 50185623
Sector: Data and Analytics
Date Added: 20 September 2017
  • Watford, Hertfordshire, England
  • Competitive
  • Mark Goode
  • 0161 888 2541

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Data Quality Analyst

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Data Quality Analyst to join the expanding team at this highly-reputable and global organisation - with high-profile projects to develop your skills and knowledge further!

As an experienced Data Analyst, you will possess a strong background in in technology and systems data analysis and delivery roles. With a proven-track record of designing and implementing database technologies, as well as the ability to translate data requirements between technical and business teams, you will be able to liaise confidently and with influence at all levels. Hands-on experience of working with SQL scripts and analytical tools will be highly advantageous in this role.

In this Data Quality Analyst position, you will be working on a high-profile project within the organisation - assisting with the implementation of a Payroll system on a Pan-European scale. You will be required to conduct detailed analysis and produce summaries for discussion with stakeholders, in addition to identifying gaps between non-technical requirements and technical realities. You will also be responsible for:

  • Validation of Metadata and row level traceability captured in a Metadata hub
  • Assisting and advising engineering teams in configuration and testing
  • Supporting ad-hoc data discovery requests from the business
  • Documenting any open bugs and other significant information into a business glossary

This Data Analyst opportunity comes with a competitive day rate and will be based in the organisation's offices in North West London.

This is an urgent requirement from the client so apply now by sending a copy of your CV, or for more information, please call Mark Goode on 0161 888 2541.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age.