Data Quality Officer
Role: Data Quality Officer in the Product team
Location: Hybrid working (must be UK based)
Up to ten days per month at our Head Office, PUBLIC Hall, a riverside co-working space in Whitehall, London
Contract: Permanent, full-time
Preferred start date: End of March 2023
Application deadline: March 19th 2023
This is a great opportunity for an experienced candidate to have an influential role growing Tussell’s Data Quality practice. The role is responsible for delivering excellent data quality standards for organisations working in the UK public sector. Focusing on maintaining and improving Tussell’s market-leading data standards, the role requires excellent attention to detail, good investigative skills, and the ability to work with large datasets. You will receive full internal ‘on-the-job’ training to develop the skills to perform this role.
The role offers annual basic salary of £35,000.
Tussell is the trusted source of insight into UK government procurement contracts and spending - a market worth over £180Bn in 2021 (about 10% of UK GDP). In a climate of almost unprecedented government spending, our market intelligence helps companies to win more public contracts by being informed and proactive. Our data is also used by the government itself to help make the market for public contracts more open and competitive - ultimately improving the delivery of public services.
Spurred on by the growth in public contracts as the state expands, Tussell is doubling in size annually. Our reputation is growing all the time: in 2022 our data was cited over 200 times in the national, regional and trade press – underlining both the political and economic resonance of public contracts as well our position as the market’s reference data source.
Key to our success has been placing data quality at the heart of Tussell, delivering the highest standards in the market whilst continuing to invest in the platform’s growth.
Tussell’s culture is entrepreneurial and purposeful but also respectful and collegiate, offering flexible working once you’ve been trained and have proved yourself. Initiative and creativity are expected, and autonomy is granted to those who have earned it. Everybody is accountable for something, and each person’s positive contribution is recognised. As a scale-up our team members are given the opportunity to influence and shape the business.
We are looking for a Data Quality Officer to join the Product team. You will be working as part of Tussell’s behind-the-scenes data operations function, delivering client-facing data for our B2B and B2G users. You will work across all of Tussell’s public sector database which is formed of thousands of sources, with data types ranging from contact information, through to invoices.
You will report into Tussell’s Data Operations Manager who will be responsible for your day-to-day management and professional development:
Goal: To ensure excellent data quality standards, maintaining our reputation as the market’s trusted data source.
Maintain and improve Tussell's data quality controls
Help assess and codify Tussell's data quality processes
Expand reporting on the impact of Tussell's data enhancement
Become an internal expert, helping to answer why Tussell's data is the best in the market
Maintaining and improving progress to data quality targets
To become a leader in driving the adoption of industry "best practices"
At Tussell, we offer a range of benefits to help you balance personal growth, work and life:
The role offers annual basic salary of £35,000
Annual leave of 25 days (not including public holidays), rising by one day per year
Hybrid working options with a fantastic office in Westminster (weekly yoga, breakfast, and drinks amongst office perks)
An annual personal learning & development budget of £1000
Team socials in London at least once per quarter
Top of the line kit - including Macbook Pros and extra accessories
Cycle to work scheme
Our ideal candidate
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Previous experience of working with or in the UK public sector
Interest in current affairs
How to apply
Submit your CV with a short covering letter making the case for your suitability for the role to email@example.com with the job role in the subject line. Deadline for application is Sunday 19th March 2023. However, if a suitable candidate is found before the deadline, the process may end before the March 19th deadline, therefore an early application is encouraged.
A cover letter is essential and generic ones will be ignored. We’re more interested in understanding why you’re excited about this role.
Following CV screening, promising candidates will be invited for a first virtual interview with our Head of Product and Data Operations Manager.
Successful candidates will be required to complete further stages in the application process:
A short practical assignment
Second, in-person interview at our offices in London
Final hiring conversation
Due to large volumes of applications, we unfortunately may not be able to communicate with unsuccessful candidates.