25th October 2021
Full time and Part-Time positions available
£9.74 per hour
9:00 to 17:30 (37.5hrs per week, occasional home working can be accommodated)
EMS is a systems integrator and specialist solutions provider of instrumentation and services for monitoring and managing discharges to the natural environment. The specialist support we offer is based on understanding clients’ requirements and providing a flexible approach to taking care of a company’s environmental needs. EMS helps businesses meet and maintain environmental compliance by providing services, products and equipment hire for water and wastewater monitoring, air and emissions monitoring, and services in data acquisition, environmental management and training.
Our industrial clients are within heavy industry, food and drink, pharmaceutical, power, automotive, aeronautical and construction.
Within the municipal sector, EMS provides survey services for flow and water quality to meet EU legislation at wastewater treatment works, within the network, or in watercourses at the interface of the manmade and natural environment. Our clients in the water industry include water utilities (e.g. Thames Water, Severn Trent Water, Scottish Water, Yorkshire Water) and their Tier 1 consultants (e.g. WSP, Grontmij, Atkins Global, Jacobs).
The Data Analyst will report to the Project Manager and will be responsible for the collation and analysis of field survey data collected from. This will include qualitative information from flow and water quality monitoring instrumentation recorded by EMS Field Staff.
The Data Analyst will liaise as necessary with EMS’ Technical Team in the collation, analysis and final preparation of data for presentation to the client.
On behalf of the Project Manager, the Data Analyst will liaise with EMS Field Staff regarding the retrieval and relaying of data, on points of clarification, and to advise on instrument malfunction evident from data analysis.
It is expected that the Data Analyst will have strong IT and data management skills, analytical skills, and an appreciation for the context of the data they are handling and analysing. EMS will provide training and familiarisation with survey work and handling and analysis processes. These processes are governed by procedures documented in manuals and encapsulated in specialist software and spreadsheet tools.
The successful candidate will be eager, diligent, able to demonstrate the necessary skills and be determined to take work to a timely conclusion. The Data Analyst must be able to communicate professionally, both verbally and in writing.
Skill Set Requirement
The position requires a wide range of skills including, but not limited to the following:
- IT skills, particularly in analytical software including MS Excel
- Verbal and written communication skills
- Organisational skills, in order to collate and organise data at different stages of processing
- Demonstrate ownership of issues to achieve timely resolutions
- Flexible attitude and a determination to complete