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Data Analysts at IETG provide data and reports to our customers gathered from water flow and monitoring devices installed at various locations throughout the UK.

About IETG

Integrated Environmental Technology Group (IETG) provides market leading environmental data collection and monitoring services. Established over 30 years ago IETG give their clients peace of mind in supporting them to reduce environmental risks and improving the quality of their natural environment. Our customers include large blue-chip consultancies and water companies.

We are an ambitious team who are focused on growth, putting our customers at the heart of what we do, and we live our values of Happy People, Happy Customers, Working Safely and being Successful. Our culture is can-do, fun and where everyone has a part to play and a voice.

The Role

We are seeking to recruit a Data Analyst to provide the data gathered from our flow monitors which are installed at various sites across the UK.  Flow Monitoring is the measurement of water depth and velocity, mainly through pipelines. This is combined with rain gauge data to monitor the performance of our waste water network.

As a Data Analyst, your role is critical to service we provide to our customers. You will have a set list of projects to own and control and will:

  • Accurately record the status of each water flow monitoring device, highlighting and explaining any issues that arise to internal teams
  • Analyse and edit water flow data, highlighting and explaining any issues that arise to internal teams and clients
  • Analyse and edit Water Quality River data, highlighting and explaining any issues that arise to internal teams and clients
  • Communicate with customers regarding the status of their projects, highlighting to them when you feel that they have the data they require to complete the project

Role Requirements

The successful candidate must demonstrate a willingness and ability to work in a fast-paced work environment, managing multiple projects and competing priorities, whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. You must demonstrate responsibility, professionalism, and a high level of customer service

Ideally you will have work experience in a related field and / or degree level education with a hydrological element, however experience in this industry is not essential as you will be taught everything you need to know to do a great job.

You will be positive, friendly and flexible and enjoy working closely with others in a small team. You must also demonstrate the ability to:

  • Analyse patterns in data
  • Communicate well with colleagues and customers
  • Manage your own workload

You should also be fully computer literate, with professional working knowledge of Word, Excel, email, and Web Based Applications to prepare and present reports using such applications.

All candidates must have the right to work in the UK.

Most of our team is based out of our Leeds office. Our customers are nationwide. Office and administration work is carried out flexibly, based upon the best location for your work that day. This means that work can be carried out from home, from a client’s office or from our Leeds office, depending upon your work schedule and meetings with others. You are empowered to choose where to work, depending on your own and the business needs.  It is preferrable, but not essential that our successful candidate lives within reasonable travelling distance from our Leeds office as this will help create a maintain good relationships with our site teams.  You will be required to attend the Leeds office on regular occasions, but not daily.

The work you do will contribute to improving our environment; you will be helping water companies to manage their sewer networks, and this will help to prevent flooding, reduce pollution and improve the health of rivers and bathing waters.

If you want to help us live our values and work together with companies who monitor the can improve and protect, this role could be for you. In return we will empower and assist you to achieve your potential and enjoy your work. We also have a host of great benefits in place, including, but not limited to:

  • Enhanced employer contributory pension scheme
  • Enhanced life assurance scheme
  • 25 days holiday allowance (pro rata to hours)
  • Shopping, gym and cinema discounts
  • Salary sacrifice cycle scheme
  • Introduce a friend bonus scheme
  • Enhanced absence pay scheme

The role is full time (40 hours per week) maternity cover 12 month fixed term contract. The starting salary is £24,960

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Benefits

We have a host of great employee benefits including, but not limited to;

  • Enhanced employer contributory pension scheme
  • Enhanced life assurance scheme
  • 25 days holiday allowance (pro rata to hours)
  • Shopping, gym and cinema discounts
  • Salary sacrifice cycle scheme
  • Introduce a friend bonus scheme
  • Enhanced absence pay scheme

As well as the above, we will provide you with support and encouragement to learn and develop to truly reach your potential.

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