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     Date Submitted:21-09-2017
     Last Modified:05-11-2017 (05:32)
    Job information
     Current job:Data Analyst
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsRemote Sensing, GIS, Python, Earth Observation, Satellite Data

    Personal Profile
    I started on a path to change my career in 2011 and discovered a passion for Geoscience and Earth Observation. It is my dream to work within the space industry, particularly in a Remote Sensing role, and I am willing to start from the bottom and work my way up. I have years of experience working under pressure, often balancing a full time job and study, and actually enjoy the pressure and challenges of such situations.  Importantly, I am diligent, accurate, hard-working and always happy to learn new things.

    Education and Qualifications
    2017-2018                            University College of London (UCL)
                                                    MSc Remote Sensing

    Modules include, but are not limited to, Python, ArcGIS, ESA strategic missions, LIDAR, RADAR, SAR, photogrammetry, Matlab, MIKE-SHE, Linux, terrestrial laser scanning.

    2011-2016                            The Open University
                                                    BSc (Hons) Environmental Science (2:1)

    Modules included, but are not limited to, Geology, Oceanography, GIS, Biology, Chemistry, Physics.

    2006-2009                            University of Hertfordshire
                                                    BA (Hons) Fine Art (2:1)

    2004-2006                            New College, Swindon
                                                    4 A-levels (AAAB)

    1999-2004                            Greendown Community School
                                                    11 GCSE’s (A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*AB)

    Employment History

    Company: Globe Business Media Group, London
    Position: Data Analyst & Auditor
    Dates: July 2017 – Present

    Whilst undertaking my postgraduate degree in Remote Sensing, I am working part time on a company-wide project to implement new Data Protection Regulations in line with EU law.

    -Sole data analyst and auditor for implementing GDPR changes across the company.
    -Working closely with Chief Operating Officer, Operations Director and IT Director
    -Risk analysis
    -Basic use of Microsoft SQL and in-house data analysis tools, along with advanced MS Excel to analyse the company-wide data estate

    Company: Globe Business Media Group, London
    Position: Data Manager
    Dates: June 2016 - February 2017
    Reason for leaving: Traveling abroad

    In June 2016 I was promoted to Data Manager and responsible for a team of 5. Key responsibilities and duties included;

    -Negotiating deadlines with senior staff
    -Disciplinary procedures
    -Performance & development reviews
    -CRM integration from an in-house database to MS Dynamics
    -Completed management training
    -Escalated customer complaints
    -Direct support to the Operations Director and Chief Operations Officer
    -Head meetings with senior staff throughout the company
    -Training team members and creating probation plans
    -Collating monthly KPIs and statistics for internal reporting
    -Task management and approval
    -Database management & primary decision maker on all data matters
    -Contribute to new policies
    -Central point of contact for all business unit data support
    -Ensure compliance with data protection laws
    -MS Dynamics training

    Company: Globe Business Media Group, London
    Position: Data Team Leader
    Dates: June 2014 – June 2016
    Reason for leaving: n/a promotion

    I was initially appointed to lead 2 administrators, which rapidly increased to 4. Key tasks & skills included;

    -Training data administrators
    -Building targeted sales and marketing lists
    -Writing basic SQL
    -Scheduling tasks for the Data team using Jira
    -Collating statistics and analysis for company-wide business units & external stakeholders
    -Intermediate - advanced Excel skills
    -Aiding Data Manager with recruitment
    -Data admin tasks, including basic auditing & cleansing
    -Researching & identifying key leads for sales & marketing
    -Subscription and client management
    -Inbox management & customer service

    Company: Renaissance Easy Claim, Swindon
    Position: Controls Team Co-ordinator
    Dates: June 2012 - May 2014
    Reason for leaving: Relocated to London

    In 2010 I was promoted to ‘Controls Team Co-ordinator’. My role included managing the team when my manager was absent, dealing with team absences, carrying out disciplinary action and managing team members dealing with non-work related stress. I was solely responsible for prioritising not only my own workload but that of the team as a whole and was the first point of call for any queries from team members. I regularly had to use analytical and problem solving skills in order to make judgement calls on cases, and demonstrated leadership, communication and time management skills to conduct training sessions for existing employees and when training any temporary staff within the team. I also was solely responsible for reviewing cases for possible legal action against the lender, discussing options with clients and liaising with solicitors.

    Company: Renaissance Easy Claim, Swindon
    Position: Complaints Handler
    Dates: April 2010 – June 2012
    Reason for leaving: n/a promotion

    I was initially employed as a ‘Complaints Handler’ working closely with clients, the FSCS, Deloitte, the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), and many banks. I monitored the progression of a complaint from registration to resolution and ensured deadlines were met by both Renaissance and the lender so that FCA rulings were not breached at any point. Other duties included working alongside other teams, completing reports to ensure all complaints were being handled in the correct manner, monitoring task lists to manage backlogs, answering queries and difficult complaints from clients, lenders, and the FOS, and responding to both lender and FOS rejections. I also worked within the ‘Wins’ team checking offers of compensation, raising invoices and chasing payment of outstanding invoices.

    Company: Explore Learning
    Position: Maths & English Tutor
    Dates: August 2009 - April 2010
    Reason for leaving: Could only offer part time hours
    My responsibilities included helping children improve their Maths & English skills whilst working closely with the national curriculum. I worked with children with a variety of capabilities from gifted to underachievers; I also tutored children with learning difficulties and disabilities such as Aspergers, Dyslexia, mild Autism and ADHD.

    Voluntary work
    Company: Art Design Café (online magazine)
    Position: Assistant Editor (formerly editorial assistant)
    Dates: 2009-2011
    Reason for leaving: full time work commitments
    Carrying out research for various projects including articles, reviews and charity work; liaising with other contributors via email and Skype; proof reading documents; editing and updating the website using basic HTML.


    Computer Skills:               I am IT literate and experienced in using MS Office packages, Photoshop, Premier Pro, Lightroom, Outlook, MS Dynamics, Salesforce and Sage (ACT!) I have completed intermediate Excel training, management training and have basic Microsoft SQL knowledge.

    Driving Licence:                 Full, clean UK driving licence.

    Interests and Achievements

    I enjoy reading, photography and foreign travel, having visited 47 countries. The experiences taught me how to use my initiative, be self-sufficient, have excellent organisational & logistical skills, keep to a budget and cope with unexpected situations. I love photography and hope to combine my passion for imagery with an aptitude for the academic and desire to work within the Earth Observation sector. I also enjoy swimming and have competed at national level.

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