- North Street, GLENROTHES, KY7 5LT
- £26,242.46 - £29,245.89 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 36 hours per week
- Work From Home:
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- The Data Co-ordinator is the key point of communication within the Assessor Service for matters relating IT software development and information management. The Data Co-ordinator role works in partnership with the Information Lead Officer role within the Service to move forward service projects or areas of work. Running extracts of statistics, data audits and ad-hoc queries often of a complex nature, requiring a high degree of accuracy and to tight deadlines.
- The salary will be FC6 £26,242.46 to £29,245.89, permanent basis, 36 hours per week, 7.2 hours per day,
- As a progressive employer, we offer the opportunity to work in this role as a “blended working” arrangement with home-working opportunities and occasional office-working as required. While the significant part of the role can and will be carried out remotely, candidates should be able to travel to and attend office locations in Fife as required.
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- You should be educated to SCQF level 7, which includes HNC or Advanced Highers or equivalent, in a computer or business related subject. You should be proficient in all aspects of PC based systems/applications/tools and have experience of using reporting packages.
- A knowledge of Freedom of Information, Environmental Information and Data Protection legislation is required.
- Communication skills, time management skills, and multi-tasking skills are all necessary requirements for this post. You must possess skills in accuracy.
- Experience working with databases, an understanding of SQL and a variety of database formats is essential. You should also be familiar with presenting data in a GIS format.
We are currently shaping our future workstyles however, in light of current advice, we are introducing blended home/office working that will include office access days each week with homeworking for the remainder of your working time.
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