Role: Data Manager (WITH3 DAYS WORKING FROM HOME)
Based: Manchester (City Centre)
Job Type: Permanent, full-time (FLEXIBLE WORKING HOURS AVAILABLE)
Hours: 37.5 per week: Monday - Friday 8am-4pm, 9am-5pm or 10am-6pm
- 25 days annual leave PLUS bank holidays (rising one day annually up to 30 days)
- Hybrid working (2 in the office, 3 at home)
- Flexible working hours (option for early/late start & early/late finish)
- Company pension scheme
- Free eye tests & glasses discounts
- Free healthcare & income protection (after 3 years' service)
- Company social events
- Cycle to work bike loans
We are currently recruiting for a Data Manager to join one of our clients based in Manchester City Centre. This is a fantastic opportunity for an analytical individual to either kickstart or progress their career as a data, science, or sports graduate, or as an experienced data professional. Your role will play a critical part in helping to understand the social impact of sport and physical activity, and youth development.
This is a chance to gain exposure to well-known international corporations including international sports bodies, local and central government, as well as major charities in youth and sports.
This role is highly focused on both personality, background, and the ability to work with and manage a large amount of data. An ideal candidate will either be a data, science or sports graduate or have a minimum of 1 years' experience in a similar role.
- Organising, implementing, and enforcing data collection and maintenance policies and methods (including automation where possible) across multiple projects.
- Monitoring and updating key data sources that support social valuing projects (e.g., physical activity, health condition prevalence rates, economic indices).
- Providing training to stakeholders to be able to perform data collection independently and effectively.
- Developing data collection methods and processes for new projects.
- Maintaining data and evidence resource banks.
- Establishing and adhering to key quality standards to govern the collection of data.
- Producing reports on data quality and confidence.
- Conducting analysis to ensure that all data collected is appropriate for project purposes.
- Ensuring the proper functioning of data collection software and internet applications.
- Making sure that data collection procedures are in line with all relevant laws, rules, and guidelines.
- Creating protocols for the social value team and external stakeholders to monitor and update key data sources and related actions.
- Communicating key data-related findings internally.
- Interpreting and explaining complex data to colleagues.
- Working with colleagues to catalogue live research and data sources
Skills & Experience Required:
- Minimum 1 years' experience working with data or in a similar role
- Data, Data Science or Sports Science Graduate (Desirable)
- Proficient IT skills, including intermediate Excel skills
- Strong analytical and numerical skills to deal with large volumes of data
- Excellent research and organisational skills
- Excellent numerical and analytical skills
- Able to prioritise workload, demonstrate flexibility & efficient time management
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Confident and independent with a down to earth can-do approach
- Excellent teamwork skills, both as a member and a leader of a team
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Critical thinker & strong attention to detail
- Self-motivated, goal-oriented, and able to accomplish assignments/tasks with little or no supervision
Please send your CV for immediate consideration!
or call us on 01204 326 444