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Data Management Assistant

  • Location: Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
  • Salary: £20 - £30 per hour per hour
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 8 days ago

  • Sector: Rail and Transportation
  • Contact: Rail Technical Team
  • Contact Email: mrt@morson.com
  • Duration: 6
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Client: Morson Talent
  • Expiry Date: 19 August 2021
  • Job Ref: 191579CST_1626782121

Job Title: Data Management Assistant
Job type: Contract
Rates: Negotiable depending upon experience
Location: Home working/Warrington/or Birmingham

A leading client in the Rail Industry is recruiting for a Data Management Assistant to join their team.

The role is inside scope of IR35, initially for 6 months with opportunities for extension, working 37.5 hours per week. Rates negotiable depending upon experience.

To manage the succesful implementation of the information management and document control processes, procedures and supporting systems, for the package. Maintain effective control of all programme / project information and documentation, consistent with ASC and other national standards and processes.

The main responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to:
Adhere to document control SMPs within package.
Monitor conformance to correct use of Information Management systems.
Escalate potential issues to the GI Data Manager.
Collaborate with site assurance team/project managers/delivery teams.
Validate and Verify documentation produced by delivery team.
Communicate non-conformances to delivery team.
Upload GI related documentation and correspondence to clients EDMS.
Download, store and disseminate GI data.
Upload delivery team responses for comments to clients EDMS.

Knowledge and experience
Information management experience in an engineering project environment.
Working knowledge of BS:1192.
Excellent understanding of MS Office, in particular Excel.
Experience of Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) in project delivery, BIMXtra and ProjectWise experience desirable.

Will consider experienced Document Controllers that may have been exposed to handling this kind of data.