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The Guardian

About the Role

  • Responsible for managing processes to measure, monitor, and report on data quality levels, including rule creation / dashboard and data quality profiling
  • Manage, track and communicate data quality issues across the organisation. Leading retros on data quality issues and their resolution so we continuously learn and embed improvements.
  • Support data owners & stewards with their responsibilities related to data quality and ensure clear accountability for the organisations key data assets.
  • Ensure that the data quality, standards and process is continually reviewed and improved according to best practise, stakeholder feedback and organisational demands.
  • Ensure that the data governance materials are fit-for-purpose to business needs

 

About You

  • Experience working as a Data Quality Analyst or Data Quality related role ideally in a large, data-led and consumer-focused organisation
  • Experience of creating and implementing data quality dashboards and monitoring techniques and presenting data quality issues to make the most impact
  • Experience of data quality profiling, and creating data quality rules agreed with the business stakeholders
  • Implementation of data quality rules for business glossary terms
  • Experience of managing data quality issues and reporting them to relevant bodies and stakeholder groups
  • Data Analysis, e.g., using SQL , BigQuery and Tableau to identify data quality issues and perform data quality profiling

 

We value and respect all differences (seen and unseen) in all people. We aspire to have inclusive working experiences and an environment that reflects the audience we serve, where our people have equal access to career development opportunities, their voices are heard and can contribute to our future. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. Many of our staff work flexibly and we will consider all requests for flexible working arrangements.

We’re operating in a hybrid working model with a mix of office based and remote based work. You’ll be expected to come into our London office 2 -3 days a week.

How to Apply

To apply, please upload your latest CV and a cover letter which outlines why you’d love to take on this role, and why you’re a great match for what we’re looking for.

Candidates must have the right to work in the UK at the time of application.

The closing date for applications is Friday 5th July 2024.

All roles at the Guardian are open for everybody to apply. It is important to us that you feel supported and comfortable throughout your recruitment process, in order to perform your best. Please let us know if there are any changes we could make to the application process to make it easier and more comfortable for you. Please contact Sean on sean.brinkley@theguardian.com to discuss further so we can work with you to support you through your application.

 

Benefits & Policies

We offer 30 days annual leave per annum, plus an additional 5 day holiday purchase scheme. Our pension scheme is generous; if you contribute 5% then we will contribute 8-12% (depending on your age). We believe in giving back, which is why employees are given 2 volunteering days annually and the option of payroll giving. Season ticket loans are also available.

You are entitled to life cover, income protection, healthcare, sick pay and eye tests. You can also opt in to dental insurance.

We have enhanced maternity, paternity, adoption and shared parental leave policies in place. We also support our employees by offering an IVF, menopause, baby loss, and trans equality policy.

Culture & Wellbeing

We want everyone to feel like they belong at the Guardian and we champion diversity of thought. Our various employee forums provide a platform to use their voice to foster an inclusive workplace.

We offer great tools to help you prioritise your wellbeing including free yoga and pilates. These run alongside our corporate gym membership and cycle to work scheme.

Learning & Development

We encourage personal and professional growth. Employees have access to a broad range of tools and solutions, and we are happy to support the pursuit of professional qualifications through vocational courses and apprenticeships.

Our Working Environment

We take pride in our surroundings and are pleased to offer versatile meeting rooms and colourful communal areas. We have a brilliant canteen that caters to breakfast, lunch and dinner, with views overlooking Regent’s Canal.

To apply for this job please visit workforus.theguardian.com.