Data Analyst - Migrations

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In a Nutshell

You will be a data migration expert, responsible for supporting new clients to migrate onto ENSEK platforms. Reporting to the Consulting Data Analyst, you will work closely with client teams to provide data subject matter expertise: from delivering their migration strategy, to understanding the data requirements for target systems, from working with senior clients on historic data strategy to rolling your sleeves up to manipulate large data sets. You will be adaptable and thrive in a fast-paced, multi-project environment, keeping up to date with relevant new technologies.


  1. Work alongside client teams and project BAs to help deliver migration strategies, considering:
    • type of migration
    • customer segmentation
    • data readiness criteria
    • phasing and size of cohorts
    • success criteria
    • historical data requirements
  2. Articulate data requirements to technical teams at ENSEK.
  3. Support clients with data mapping and understanding of data elements and transformation required to migrate onto ENSEK systems. Comfortable working with APIs.
  4. Support clients to identify data reconciliation/ cleanse activities required for data readiness.
  5. Whilst migrations are executed via reusable tooling, there may be a requirement to carry out some transformation and load activities by exception. An ability to programmatically manipulate data on a large scale is desirable.
  6. Be an expert in energy industry and ENSEK system data elements (this may require speedy upskilling).

Primarily based from our Nottingham office and home, however, there will be some travel within the UK and internationally to client sites.

Key Skills


Able to articulate technical concepts and terms to operational stakeholders.


Confident with all aspects of data mapping, reconciliation, and cleanse. Experience of working with large data sets and APIs – SQL expertise is essential.


Experience of large-scale migrations. Able to demonstrate detailed knowledge and know the common pitfalls.


Detailed knowledge of UK energy industry is desirable.