Data Quality Administrator – Brook Street – Kingston upon Hull

Brook Street

Job Description

Have you ever wanted to work for the civil service? Do you enjoy working closely with data? If so, then please read on as we are looking for Data Quality Administrators to join our client the Land Registry

We are also keen to speak with geography and data analyst graduates

Client: Land Registry

Role: Data Quality Administrator

Pay Rate- £12.13ph (£23,338 annually)

Location- Hybrid working 2 days in the office 3 days at home, office location – Earle House, Colonial St, Hull HU2 8JN

Hours- Monday – Friday (9-5 flexible)

Brook street are looking for 6 Data Quality Administrators to work for our client, Land Registry. This is a long term, temporary position until February 2024 with potential to be extended.

Overview:

As a Data Quality Administrator, you will primarily be working as part of the Local Land Charges (LLC) quality assurance or SPI team

In this role you will be performing a range of predefined quality assurance tests against textual and spatial data sets at a variety of key check points, both during and after digitisation, transformation and migration of the Local Authority data into the HM Land Registry LLC central register.

Duties will include, but not limited to:

Examining extracts from textual and spatial data sets to validate conformance and consistency against pre-defined criteria

Replicating pre-existing search results using the HMLR LLC Register and ensure outcomes are consistent and/or identify variations

Quickly and accurately identifying all instances of non-conformance in the data

Documenting the outcomes of all quality assurance tests and maintain online dashboards to record the volumes of data tested, the accuracy achieved and give a justification for all non-compliant items

Data input of local authority scanned records to create digital records

Mapping of spatial extents relating to Local Land Charges created by local authorities

Skills

Good eye for detail

Positive approach to problem solving and issue resolution

Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

Ability to make effective decisions based on evidence and document those clearly

Good communication skills

Ability to work to tight and changing deadlines

Ability to ask questions to understand the situation

Experiences and qualifications that will be considered:

Geography graduates

Data analyst graduates

Administrators

Data Quality Administrators

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