Responsibility for APEX data integrity.
Collect, collate and input data to IT databases from a range of sources and arrange for importing and exporting of data between different systems
Identify new and changing data requirements, recommend data definitions and criteria, recommend ways for collecting it (e.g. amend survey forms or make changes to working procedures for other staff), and develop solutions such as adaptation and re-interpretation of existing data
Develop and maintain data quality standards and data definitions, and enforce the application of these through training, guidance, standard forms and taking up problems
Collection, management and quality control of stock data
Collect and collate data from a range of sources, input to IT databases and arrange for importing and exporting from and to different systems, including meeting legislative requirements on asbestos data.
Validate data to ensure accuracy, reconcile data across databases and programmes, and resolve discrepancies and errors.
Develop and maintain data quality standards and data definitions, and enforce the application of these through guidance, standard forms and taking up problems
Deal with queries about data and interpretation
Use a range of report-writing tools including x-port (APEX) to present stock condition data for standard reporting requirements (statistical and information returns such as statutory returns, local performance reports and benchmarking club submissions) or in response to ad hoc enquiries for different audiences
Use data reports to test, integrity-check and cross-reference data from different sources
Identify and diagnose errors and inconsistencies, and make necessary adjustments or recommend solutions or changes to working practices in relation to data collection and quality
Work with colleagues to understand their data requirements and provide data tailored to their needs
Knowledge of MS Excel and MS Word
Advanced knowledge of databases, their purpose and structure
Experience of working in a busy office environment with deadlines and targets for completing work
Essential skills and abilities
Ability to learn different IT software and to use it for a variety of purposes e.g. MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint and, and ability to work with management information systems such as report-writing tools
Ability to maintain databases and systems
An eye for detail and a highly methodical and meticulous approach to work and data, with the ability to work with large quantities of data, and to check data for accuracy and quality with a high degree of accuracy
Ability to collate data from different sources and to input to spreadsheets and databases
Analytical skills, ability to interpret data, and ability to carry out basic mathematical and statistical functions
Ability to manipulate and present quantitative and qualitative data to suit different audiences, using graphs and charts where helpful
Ability to interpret the information needs of colleagues, and to support and enable them to make effective use of IT systems
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