Asset Data Processor

Thames Water
10 Jan 2018
15 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
An opportunity has arisen for someone with experience in managing maintenance plan and asset data to work for the UK's largest utilities company with immediate start.

The role of the Asset Data Processor is to validate and process data changes that relate to new sites, new equipment and associated maintenance plans.

This is an ongoing temporary assignment and will be based at one of our local offices near Reading. Although the Asset Data Processor is a temporary role, the organisation does have other long term opportunities you would be eligible to apply for.

The rate for this role is up to £13.50 an hour depending on your level of experience. You will be working 36 hours per week flexible start times.

Asset Data Processor duties will include:

Data validation and preparation for updates into SAP PM; SAP data updates include asset information and maintenance plan details.

Analyse, provide commentary and present the data, identifying where data change requests are incomplete.

Updates to existing asset data will include addition of missing asset data details, creation of new records, correction of the data held in SAP and decommissioning of assets, amendments to maintenance plans.

Supply information to business teams to allow asset and maintenance reviews to take place. Provide reports to identify gaps in the update submissions supplied to the team.

Provide information as required to support the reporting processes. Review data changes to ensure they fit within standards before system changes are made

What skills are we looking for?

The successful candidate must have experience in data retrieval, manipulation and analysis. An advanced level of Microsoft Excel is essential and the ability to use Microsoft Access would be a significant benefit.

Additionally the candidate will have experience working with SAP PM (functional location, equipment & maintenance plans) and Documentum. Otherwise, it is essential to have experience with other computerised maintenance management systems.

You will be able to work in a logical and analytical manner with great attention to detail.

Good organisational, communication and interpersonal skills are also important in this role because you will not only be liaising with your team, but also with other teams on a day to day basis.

You will be responsible for managing your own work load and so initiative and being a quick learner is essential.

Flexibility to be able to travel.