Data Collector and Analyst

14 February 20242024-02-14
Horley, Surrey

Data Collector and Analyst

Location: Horley, Surrey

Salary: £22-24k plus benefits and progression


Our client based in Horley are a fast-growing technology-based business and has built a market leading position in their industry. They are a passionate, and friendly team who thrive on solving problems and with data integrity at the heart of everything we do.


The role 

As a data analyst and collector you will be required to maintain and maximise operational efficiency of data collection services and to ensure all team key performance targets are met.


Key responsibilities and accountabilities 

  • Actively support the collection of accurate data within critical timelines.
  • Participate in data collection & associated activities, with the enthusiasm and drive necessary to ensure data is delivered in accordance with the team’s published service levels.
  • Ensure that meter readings are obtained and processed in a timely fashion and to the expectation of customers and suppliers.
  • Proactively liaise with internal and external parties.
  • Apply an investigative and enquiring approach.
  • Take ownership of tasks and use initiative.
  • Assist in the compilation and review of working practices and procedures.
  • Fully adhere to industry regulations and standards.
  • Participate in regular training/ learning activities to maintain and develop skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure the health and safety of yourself and others who may be affected by what you do; use work equipment provided safely and co-operate with managers to provide safe systems of work.
  • Any other reasonable duties as required.


  • Proactively share knowledge, skills and experience with others to increase team performance.
  • Deliver a high volume of quality work on time.
  • Strive to get things right first time.
  • Strive to meet objectives and improve performance.
  • Highly organised with good attention to detail.
  • Prioritise work well.
  • Work effectively and responsibly without close supervision.
  • Reflect and evaluate own performance in order to identify areas for improvement; maintain a learning and development plan.
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical abilities
  • Keep up to date with advances in business area, new methods and ways of working.
  • Strong administrative and organisational skills.
  • Intermediate knowledge of Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Confident and accurate use of departmental computer systems/databases


  • The Ops role in SSIL carries the following requirements so this role will also include taking part in a rota if required to cover weekend day or Bank/Public holiday (currently 5 hours paid at 1.5 times your basic hourly rate) once training is complete.