Fixed term contract - 18 months
Based Central Birmingham
At the Canal & River Trust, we believe that life is better by water. We take care of 2,000 miles of canals and rivers, and those waterways have a vital role in the health and wellbeing of local communities and economies. Every role here plays its part in transforming our canals and rivers into spaces where local people want to spend time and feel better. And your role is no exception.
A new position within the team, our CRM Data Manager will ensure that our charity’s data management practices are consistent, reliable, and first-in-class. Reviewing a system that handles customer data from waterways up and down the country, you’ll make sure that we’re equipped to deal with complex, varied data sets. You’ll define our data structure and run regular audits to make sure it’s well-maintained. You’ll improve our handling processes wherever you can – and you’ll even help colleagues understand data management, ensuring everyone knows all they need to about data integrity.
The most exciting thing? Because you’re joining us in a new role, at a time when we’re reviewing how we handle our data, this is your chance to implement your own vision. If you’ve got the drive to improve what we do, it’s the perfect opportunity to make change and help us provide an even better service, as we work to protect the UK’s waterways.
What we look for
It goes without saying that you’ve got a wealth of knowledge when it comes to data management. You’re experienced in implementing systems, in handling collation, and in making sure data management systems are in line with wider GDPR policy. You’ve got a real eye for detail, ensuring accurate data entry, and you’ve honed your skills in both SQL and Excel data manipulation.
But ultimately, it’s not just about your data management expertise. It’s also about how you support your team. A natural communicator, you can clearly and confidently put your ideas across for any audience, whether it’s colleagues or stakeholders, and you know that great co-operation makes your whole team stronger. That’s why you share your advice and experience wherever you can, to nurture high standards across our organisation. And in the end, you’re proud that your efforts mean a better service for our customers, and for every community that uses the waterways.
The impact you’ll have
The waterways we look after contribute to the health and wellbeing of local communities and economies, creating attractive and connected places to live, work, volunteer and spend leisure time. These historic, natural and cultural assets form part of the strategic and local green-blue infrastructure network, linking urban and rural communities as well as habitats. Our waterways are on the doorstep of 8 million people and reach some of the most deprived communities within the UK. By caring for our waterways and promoting their use we believe we can improve the wellbeing of our nation. Come and be part of it.
We aim to represent the diverse communities we are part of and welcome applicants from across all sectors of the community. We strongly believe that a diverse workforce brings with it a diversity of ideas, thinking and ways of working which enhances what we do.
To find out more and apply, visit our website.
Please quote reference 2019-6019 when applying.
Closing date for applications: 24th November 2019.
Interviews will be held on 5th December 2019 in Birmingham. Candidates must be available on this date to attend.