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Financial Data Analyst

London, Hampshire, United Kingdom, £21,000 - £25,000 , Permanent

Posted: 10hours ago

Description:

This is a full-time (7 hours per day) role. Initially working from home, then located in Winchester, but will be required to travel to London on occasion as this role also offers support to London based colleagues.

You will be fully conversant with MS Excel including data manipulation and data analysis, V-Lookups, pivot tables etc - this role would also suit a graduate who is a competent user of MS Excel, looking to develop a career within the financial industry

Working in a small team at the heart of the Pensions Administration department (150+ staff ), you will provide vital support to the client teams by performing key systems related tasks, to help give their pension scheme clients the best possible service.

Duties

The tasks the team carry out are many and varied, but would typically include:

* preparing data for and running/checking bulk updates

* manipulating data on Excel

* data analysis

* preparing and loading documents to our systems and websites

* security administration

* administering automated flows

* policing how users are using systems

* running and collating regular and one-off reports

* systems testing

* technical user support, managing queries, resolving or escalating problems

* ad hoc tasks and projects

Key Requirements

Extensive knowledge of MS Excel and this will need to be demonstrated on your CV.

Excellent organisational skills - both personally, such as showing ability to work effectively under one's own initiative and with minimal supervision, and within a team setting by knowing the current position of various tasks and projects being undertaken by others; alerting others as early as possible when target dates are at risk - good communication skills, written and oral, are vital.

Some knowledge of pension scheme administration would be preferential - however, a willingness to take an interest and learn about the department and the business is more important.

In providing support, all members of the team must work together to

* track, update and manage calls to resolutions and escalating when necessary

* manage regular communications with client teams regarding updates to calls.

* ensure requests are managed and resolved within agreed service level targets.

Ability and willingness to follow processes, maintain documentation and create an audit trail of work carried out.

Awareness of the importance of the GDPR and how to apply them

A full understanding of office procedures - eg time recording, answering telephones, timekeeping, absences; check, review guidelines

Job Details

1093297546
London, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Permanent
£21,000 - £25,000