In this key role you will:
- Apply tools and techniques for data analysis and data visualisation (including the use of business information tools)
- Identify, collect and migrate data to and from a range of systems
- Manage, clean, abstract and aggregate data alongside a range of analytical studies on that data
- Manipulate and link different data sets
- Summarise and present data and conclusions in the most appropriate format for users
Skills needed for this role level:
AnalysisYou can understand how to apply basic techniques for the analysis of research data and synthesis of findings. You can effectively involve your team in analysis and synthesis. You can present clear findings that colleagues can understand and use. (Skill level: working)
CommunicationYou can communicate effectively with technical and non-technical stakeholders. You can support and host discussions within a multidisciplinary team, with potentially difficult dynamics. You can be an advocate for the team externally, and can manage differing perspectives. (Skill level: working)
Data ManagementYou can understand data governance and how it works in relation to other organisational governance structures. You can participate in or deliver the assurance of a service. (Skill level: working)
Data Modelling, Cleansing and EnrichmentYou can produce data models and understand where to use different types of data models. You can understand different tools and can compare different data models. You can reverse-engineer a data model from a live system. You can understand industry-recognised data-modelling patterns and standards. (Skill level: working)
Data Quality Assurance, Validation and LinkageYou can identify appropriate ways to collect, collate and prepare data. You can decide if data is accurate and fit for purpose. You can prepare and cleanse data with limited guidance. (Skill level: working)
Data VisualisationYou can use the most appropriate medium to visualise data to tell compelling stories that are relevant to business goals and can be acted upon. You can present, communicate, and disseminate data appropriately and with influence. (Skill level: working)
IT and Mathematics
You can apply your knowledge and experience of IT and mathematical skills, including tools and techniques. You can adopt those most appropriate for the environment. (Skill level: working)
Logical and Creative Thinking. You can respond to problems in databases, data processes, data products and services as they occur. You can initiate actions, monitor services, and identify trends to resolve problems. You can determine the appropriate remedy and assist with its implementation, and with preventative measures. (Skill level: working).
- You can apply your knowledge and experience of project management methodologies, including tools and techniques. You can adopt those most appropriate for the environment. (Skill level: working)
- Statistical methods and data analysis.
- You can understand how and when to practically apply existing best practice solutions. (Skill level: working)
Position deals with a variety of problems and sometime has to decide which answer is best. The question/issues are typically clear and requires determination of which answer (from a few choices) is the best.
Decisions normally have a noticeable effect department-wide and company-wide, and judgment errors can typically require one to two weeks to correct or reverse.
Responsibility/Oversight – Financial & Supervisory:
- Reports to the Business Systems Manager who will agree training, instruction, setting the work pace, and possibly evaluating performance.
- Will be responsible for improving company data quality against baseline measures
- No budget responsibility.
- Interpret and/or discuss information with others, which involves terminology or concepts not familiar to many people; regularly provide advice and recommend actions involving rather complex issues. May resolve problems within established practices.
- Provides occasional guidance, some of which is technical.
Working Conditions/Physical Effort:
- Responsibilities sometimes require working evenings and weekends, sometimes with little advanced notice.
- No regular travel required.
What's great about Hydrock 'in a nutshell'
We are a British-owned integrated multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy of over 900 staff in 21 offices across the UK. Our driving motivation is to be a ‘Force for Good’, as it is our aim to improve the quality of people’s lives from our employees to our clients, through to the communities we work in and our planet as a whole through the work we do.
From the buildings that surround you, the roads and bridges you cross, all related to the infrastructure that we create, we aim to offer the most sustainable possibilities to shape the places, communities and society that we live in through meeting our client’s needs. Through the path we are on to delivering a green future, the result is something that everyone can be proud of.
Our welcoming and friendly culture is something we are proud of and has gained us recognition with 9 years in the Top 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Check out some of our incredible projects which have been awarded: 2022 Net Zero Award for Bay Technology Centre, Integration and Collaborative Working Award for YGG Tan-y-Lan primary school, The Deaf Academy awarded for its Universal Design at the 2022 Civic Trust Awards and Bristol’s iconic waterfront Wapping Wharf Living making a double win at the Bristol Property Awards!
To top off, here’s our 2022 wrap up video!
What we can offer you:
- Inspiring and supportive colleagues
- Reward for progression and hard work
- An opportunity to develop your soft skills, as well your technical skills
- Competitive starting salary
- Excellent health benefits 25 days of holiday (buy/sell up to five days), accrue 1 day extra every 2 years, with bonus holidays too!
- An earlier finish on Friday (4pm!)
- An opportunity to give back: “Day off for good cause” (on a workday)
- A huge range of flexible benefits, including climate perks and an EV car leasing scheme
- Our biggest event of the year: Annual Challenge Day!
A place to feel included
We champion diversity, equity and inclusion. As an Equal Opportunities Employer, we commit to supporting our employees and ensure we create a safe environment that nurtures you to perform at your best. Offering our people flexibility is an important factor in achieving this aim.
We consider all application individually with the required qualifications and knowledge without regard to any of the protected characteristics. We would like to provide everyone with a fair selection, assessment and employment experience so we ask with are made aware of any physical or neurodiverse condition within your application for which appropriate reasonable adjustments can be made by us.
Looking for the next steps?
Once you have completed your application through our careers site, we aim to review and respond to you as soon as your application’s been reviewed.
If shortlisted, a member of our Recruitment Team will call you for an initial pre-screen by phone (typically 30 minutes) to help us assess your motivations and interest in the position and Hydrock.
If you progress following this telephone pre-screen, you will be invited to attend a formal interview by video conference (Microsoft Teams) or in our offices.
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