At comma we know that our people are our biggest asset, therefore we are committed to hiring individuals who can embrace and embody our relaxed, family feel culture. We are conscious of creating a diverse and inclusive team, and want to hire people into Comma who we can empower and progress. We are aware that you may not meet every single requirement on the advert, but we would encourage you to apply or reach out to one of the team as a lot of us did not begin our careers’ at Comma as experts.
Comma are a specialist Master Data Management and Information Management consultancy. Comma believes in being fully immersed in every organisation that we undertake a programme of work with, imparting knowledge at the same rate we absorb it – reciprocal learning is at the core of what we do. We are serious about providing a delivery service that puts the client first and ensures their data and content works for them in perfect harmony.
The focus of your role:
As a Business Consultant for the Comma Group, you will deal directly with the client throughout the engagement. Your main objective will be to implement the new Master Data Management or Product Information Management system following Comma’s delivery model. You will play a pivotal role in the analysis of the client’s requirements, assisting/leading the project team and be responsible for documenting any bespoke solution designs.
The Business Consultant will work closely with the other members of the project team to ensure successful delivery for the client. This role can be home-based for the foreseeable.
What you’ll bring:
Requirements gathering, presentations and workshop facilitation
Strong consulting experience
Stakeholder management experience
Understanding of the key objective of the conceptual design phase
Agile & Waterfall methodologies (experience with both is advantageous)
Data management experience
Must be able to capture and document requirements for product data
Ability to produce conceptual models, and high-level data models for the current state of product data
Ability to design conceptual models, and high-level data models for the future state of product data
Must be able to capture and document current and future proposed data flows, with an understanding of how data intersects with these data flows
Must be detail-oriented
Must be able to work with appropriate modelling tools
Must be able to interact with all levels of the enterprise that can provide inputs on data
Product data management experience is necessary
Ability to work independently, or as part of a larger team
What we will offer you:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays
Flexible working options
3% matched pension
Vitality healthcare, life cover and membership benefits
Distributed team with an accommodating environment
Supportive, team-oriented culture
Company away days & regular staff events
Accelerated career progression
Strong opportunities for development
All applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United Kingdom.
If you are looking for some more information feel free to drop Naomi Cruden (People and Projects Executive) or Chris Collings (Head of MDM) a message on Linked In.