An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a leading utilities supplier as 4 x Data Administrator ( Asset Team) based in Hinckley, Leicester moving on to Ansty Park in the new year. This a 37.5 hour per week, full-time temporary contract for 12 months paying £20067K = £10.40 to Monday to Friday, either 0800-4pm or 9-5pm and Start on 17/01/2022.
We're excited to be part of the future of UK energy! We've got a clear roadmap that will both drive our performance to the forefront of our industry and support the UK government in achieving their net zero target by 2050.
We're making a difference through innovation and new ways of working. Together we're shaping a cleaner, greener future for our 11 million customers who we put at the heart of everything we do.
As an Asset Data Administrator, you'll provide administrative support to the Asset Update Team or Asset Data Integrity Team. Maintaining excellent quality customer service to all internal and external stakeholders, you'll provide advice and support via different communication channels.
Key accountabilities of Asset Data Administrator will also include:
- Receiving and validating work information to ensure all relevant documents / information are included for asset and or system update; ensuring that they represent an accurate reflection of the activity undertaken on site and held within our core systems
- Liaising with relevant stakeholders to resolve / complete any queries with the work information including any design / re-design activities / further investigation / maintenance activities
- Ensuring asset records and maintenance plans are updated using ESRI and/or SAP in accordance with relevant policies
- Completing any additional project closure activities where required
- Working collaboratively with IS to monitor system health and ensure relevant housekeeping is undertaken. Complete ad-hoc administration duties; including MI production, arranging / minuting meetings etc
- Responsible for updating our asset / maintenance records within our systems in accordance with policies, processes and procedures
What You'll Bring
We're looking for individuals who hold the following skills and experience:
- Working knowledge of relevant policies / associated Local Work Procedures and its applications
- Working knowledge of ESRI, SAP and supporting systems
- Competent in the use of standard desktop packages, i.e. Microsoft Word and Excel
- Well organised, motivated, resourceful and able to demonstrate that you are passionate about continuous improvement, with the ability to work accurately within tight deadlines and on your own initiative
- Broad knowledge of Policies and Procedures that impact the way we operate
- Be a completer / finisher with a questioning approach and a keen eye for detail and high quality.
- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written, alongside the ability to build strong working relationships within and outside the immediate team
- Strategic and ordered thinker with strong technical skills able to analyse data
- Ability to proactively identify and resolve issues within the process