Data Quality and Training Officer

  • Category
    Technology - IT Testing
  • Location
    Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • External Reference

**Data Quality and Training Officer **
£15 - £25
ASAP start, so please don't miss out and apply ASAP

The Role:
Badenoch & Clark's Public Sector client in Greater Manchester is currently recruiting for a Data Quality and Training Officer. The role will be working on a clinical system implementation.
The Data Quality and Training Officer will work within the Data Quality and Training team to provide a Data Quality service to the whole Trust. This involves monitoring the quality of the data in the Trust's systems in relation to NHS standards and providing feedback and training to staff where appropriate. The role underpins the work programmes within the Information department. Deliver training on core systems to staff in the Trust.

The main tasks will be:

- Review DQ Report
- Liaise with Data Warehouse lead on report amendments
- Liaise with services on DQ issues
- Work with Data Warehouse lead to develop CSDS reporting and liaise with the Services on issues identified
- Support development of Kite Mark for EMIS indicators
- Provide training and awareness for Services on DQ issues
- Able to travel to different community sites so own vehicle essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Data Quality and Training Officer to join a great project at a crucial time. We are keen to progress shortlisting for this position ASAP, so please don't miss out and APPLY NOW, or email directly at

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