Data Manager (Energy Settlements)

Utility People
11 May 2017
10 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Data Manager to join an energy company to support their Settlements function, based in Redhill. This is a technical role working with large data sets, building and developing reports, checking for inaccuracies with billing and financial reporting. If you have a proven track record in extracting and interrogating large volumes of highly complex data, using tools such as SQL, Access and Visual Basics, you could be the Data Manager we are looking for! So apply now!

Responsibilities will include:

  • Working with IT, to develop performance management systems and reporting to drive operational accountability
  • Identify opportunities to use data to drive improvements and innovation in the business
  • Drive implementation of these opportunities, through detailed cost and benefits
  • Identify root causes of errors and determine the monetary impact to the business
  • Assess impact of data inaccuracy on business functions and identify and implement solutions
  • Provide detailed analysis of variances identified to allow further investigation
  • Support business users to refine reporting to maximise efficiencies in resolving any errors
  • Work with internal stakeholders to enhance and develop reporting ie: support the further development of Accrual and Finance reporting
  • Maintain and develop existing Settlements Business Applications (using MS Access)

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Experience of gathering data directly from source tables and/or using data warehouse tools like Business Objects
  • Excellent data mining and modelling skills
  • Able to demonstrate dealing with complex data and being able to produce meaningful analysis which can influence change in the business
  • Proven track record in extracting and interrogating large volumes of complex data
  • Industry knowledge - Gas and Power
  • Excellent knowledge and advanced user of SQL (coding experience), Access, Visual Basic