Data Quality Analyst (23 month Fixed Term Contract, 21 hours per week)
Coventry Office: £18,847 to £21,099 per annum (for 21 hours per week)
For more than 40 years, we’ve been the voice of the public. Helping people put things right with their local council or adult social care provider as well as using what we learn from complaints to improve local public services. We don’t take sides: we make fair decisions after listening to both sides of the story and weighing up all the evidence. Our service is free and we are committed to delivering value for money. We know that our success depends on the integrity and skills of our staff. So if you can make a difference and have the perspective we’re looking for, please get in touch.
The LGO wants to appoint a Data Quality Analyst to be based at our Coventry office.
The Policy and Research Team is part of the Local Government Ombudsman’s Policy and Communications Team.
Working as one of two Data Quality Analysts the post holder will work collaboratively with the second Data Quality Analyst to be responsible for the organisation’s data integrity; assuring the accuracy and consistency of data held on the casework management system, and other systems as required, over its entire life-cycle. The post holders have sole responsibility within the organisation for how the casework management system stores, processes, and retrieves data.
Higher academic or professional qualification in a relevant discipline (eg IT, Computer Science, Computer Studies).
Please note that the closing date for applications is 0900 hrs on Monday 10 April 2017.
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