We may have been founded over two centuries ago, but our secret to success remains the same: change with the times and adapt to meet the ever-evolving needs of our customers. As a learning business, our mission is to help people and organizations to develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. With new products and services driving our global expansion, we’re looking towards a digital future. It’s resulted in a period of true cultural change here at Wiley, which means even more career and development opportunities for our talented people.
As a Senior Analyst, Product Data Quality you’ll be responsible for leading daily product data quality and support activities related to the Product Data Quality team. We’re looking for someone who can audit the health of product data and make recommendations to improve quality and workflow. We’ll also need you to help remediate data issues and establish standards where necessary. Creating and analyzing reporting is a large part of the role, so you’ll be able to look at data and find root causes of problems. Familiarity with data needs, integration and governance across a global organization at a metadata-level is required. You will be a key part of the team, collaborating with the product data management functional groups and other parts of the business to develop best practices, policies and procedures.
We’re looking for someone who is enthusiastic about data, curious, with an investigative mind. A background in book publishing data would be helpful. Some understanding of workflow in technology solutions and experience working with technical needs is desired, as you’ll need to translate between business needs and technical solutions. Advanced Excel skills are a must, and knowledge of KPIs and data visualization is an advantage. Knowledge of databases and experience with technologies such as SQL and SAP would be desirable.
You should have a degree in Library & Information Science, Data Analytics, or a similar field, together with at least four years of experience in a data intensive role. A Masters Degree is preferred. You will also need a good understanding of information and systems design and how it relates to underlying data structures.
People have always been valued at Wiley. We work collaboratively, enjoy what we do and have opportunities to develop throughout our careers. And the rewards are impressive. Which means you can look forward to a competitive salary, defined contribution pension scheme, ample holiday time (pro rata), third staff discounts and employee assistance program.
Wiley is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.