Master Data Administrator

Recruiter
ORBIT GROUP
Location
Warwickshire
Salary
25000.00 - 30000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
21 Aug 2019
Closes
28 Aug 2019
Job Type
Administrator
Contract Type
Permanent

Orbit is a fantastic business and one that's really going places.

The IT team are looking for 2 Permanent Master Data Administrators, and a further 2 on a 12 month FTC to assist in maintaining the master data lists.

Following outlined procedures, you will support in making amendments, additions and deletions as necessary. You will also assist with the development of master data business processes to improve quality and efficiency.

About you

To demonstrate you are the most suitable Master Data Administrator for us, you will have:

  • Intermediate/Advance Excel Skills
  • SQL DQM/DQS
  • Understanding of master data management concepts and data principles
  • Previous experience in a Master Data role
  • Strong attention to detail and analytical skills

Why apply?
We believe that an organisation's best asset is its people, and as such we want everyone to feel that they can make a difference. We want to unlock the potential in all Orbit employees and maximise their satisfaction in the job. We have a corporate training programme, opportunities for professional development and our employee's tell us we are a great organisation to work for. We offer an excellent benefits package, including private medical insurance, discounted dental insurance and gym membership, 27 days holiday entitlement and pension scheme.

About us

We are one of the UK's leading housing groups providing high quality, good value homes to over 100,000 customers across the Midlands, the East and South East. We are a developing housing association that owns and manages 42,000 homes and builds 2,000 new homes every year.

Our customers are at the centre of everything we do. We provide all sorts of homes for all sorts of people and our innovative approach empowers every one of them to grow and flourish. We are commercially driven. The more profit we make, the more we invest into the communities that we work for, improving services and playing a key role in driving UK housing growth.

We empower our employees and enable people from every background to achieve their career ambitions by giving them the support, benefits, training and environment they need to thrive at work and in life.

To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement that demonstrates how you meet the key criteria we need.

Closing date 8th September 2019