Lead on the data collection, quality and enrichment of all data capture points. This brand-new role will be tasked with helping to transform my clients CRM capabilities
My client is part of an education group which believe in the power of skills to build successful careers, businesses, and economies based in Central East London.
The Key responsibilities for this Database Manager role are as follows:
The successful Database Manager will have proven experience in the following:
Proven track record in managing disparate datasets in to a centralised database
A Marketing data back-ground
Proactively identify areas of improvement in marketing data and delivers improved efficiency and quality of both the data as well as the processing systems.
Captures and specifies "as is" and "to be" data processes, quality standards and requirements to support and track ongoing evolution of the underlying data strategy that drives our customer and prospect marketing analysis and contact processes, systems and data, ensuring realistic and realisable solutions
Contributes to - and sense checks - data design for use by the revenue, digital and strategy team
Drive progressive improvements in approaches used to increase value of the output
Work as part of a project team with data providers, vendors and agencies
Create and maintain a document repository, covering relevant process flows and documents in detail, as a single point of reference
Have deep knowledge of database marketing and the use of data and systems in direct marketing campaigns
Be able to explain complex technical processes in a simple term that marketers can understand
Be able to demonstrate practical experience of defining, applying and monitoring quality of service standards
Be able to demonstrate experience of using data manipulation, analysis, reporting and presentation tools
This Database Manager position will be based in London, east central. The salary on offer is between £35,000 - £42,000 per annum. Experience of working within the Education sector may be advantageous, Not for Profit and Charities experience may also be beneficial but not a must have.