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Data Manager - London - Up to 75K - Wealth Management

Job Title: Data Manager - London - Up to 75K - Wealth Management
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £70000 - £75000 per annum
REF: J7057
Contact Name: Bhavneet Gill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

I am currently recruiting for a Data Manager for a leading wealth fund based in the city. As a Data Manager, you will be responsible for all the investment data across the whole organisation. The ideal candidate should have 6 years' knowledge and experience on re-engineering management and should be able to define and implement new procedures to improve the process, quality and the overall management of all the data information in the organisation.

Skills required:

  • Good project management experience
  • Experience in internal stakeholder management and vendor relationship
  • Experience in Financial Services
  • Experience with Operations department

To be the right candidate, you will need to have the Drive, commitment, integrity and professional knowledge. My client is keen to bring someone who is brave enough to deal with conflicts challenges and can deal with difficult situations.

If you think you have the right attributes to take on this important role with my client, please apply with you latest CV and I will be in touch.

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