Data Administrator (EDM)

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Date: Mar 26, 2024

Location: Edmonton, Alberta, CA

Company: Bureau Veritas

 

Do you believe in the power of teamwork and sharing ideas? Do you take pride in delivering exceptional quality and service with everything you do? Do you seek out ideas for improving the status quo?

If you want to make a difference and love being surrounded by the best and the brightest minds, Bureau Veritas Canada might be the place for you!

 

Here are our Core Values:

 

Trusted

Responsible

Ambitious & Humble

Open & Inclusive

If these values resonate with you, Bureau Veritas is looking for a:

Data Administrator
Location: Edmonton, AB

 

Job Overview and Responsibilities:

This position supports Bureau Veritas’ Emissions Services by performing data review and entry into various databases including Leak Detection & Repair (LDAR), Source and Ambient Emission groups. Provide administrative support to the Operations Supervisor and Customer Service Team.

 

Primary responsibilities include the following (but are not limited to):

  • Perform data entry for the daily work as scheduled by the Operations Supervisor
  • Prepare Compliance pre-job field sheets
  • Verify Post-job field sheets and Data Package delivery
  • Verify Field Chain of Custody
  • Review job confirmation reports from outsource labs and complete lab report verification
  • Complete and file AMD11 Notifications and related ETS data verifications
  • Daily Ambient reporting
  • Google Worksheet platform maintenance and field sheet updates
  • Perform Service Fusion Maintenance
  • Inform the Operations Supervisor of any quality or data issues as soon as they become apparent.
  • Inform the Operations Supervisor immediately of any customer service issues as they become apparent.
  • Supports and complies with all Bureau Veritas policies, Quality System and Health & Safety program
  • Adheres to Bureau Veritas Code of Ethics Policy
  • Participates, when requested in Emission Services health & safety meetings
  • Participates, when requested, in Emission Services internal and external audits
  • Ensures proper use of personal monitors, and all required PPE
  • Ensures common work area are kept clean at all times
  • Provides excellent customer service by always presenting a professional and cooperative attitude
  • Always represents Bureau Veritas in a positive way
  • Always complies with client and Bureau Veritas safety initiatives and rules
  • Always ensures that all reasonable and safe client requests and expectations are met
  • Maintains a positive and cooperative work attitude
  • Communicate with the Operations Supervisor to ensure the correct level of supplies are available to do their job
  • Develops a strong supportive relationship with the Source Emission Team and the Operations Supervisor
  • Develops a strong supportive relationship with the Emission Services Group and the Customer Service Team
  • Perform ordering and receiving duties using FLEX
  • Support the Customer Service Team through reviewing and updating calibration records and completing peer reviews of client reports
  • Other additional duties as designated by the Emission Services Manager

 

Is there a mutual fit? You ideally have:

  • 2-year technical diploma or equivalent experience
  • Up to 2 years data administration,  project management or customer service experience
  • Other petroleum, environmental, or related experience an asset
  • Strong telephone and email communication skills as these will be the primary communication tools we use to ensure we are delivering on our promises to our customers
  • Self-motivated, reliable and trustworthy. Ability to work under minimal supervision with high problem solving skills
  • Strong customer service skills and commitment to providing exceptional customer service
  • Skilled in problem solving, effective communication
  • You are ethical, dynamic, motivated and results oriented
  • Strong computer literacy (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook etc.)

 

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

 

 

Bureau Veritas is proud to be committed to providing fair and competitive pay as well as extensive health and wellness benefits package for eligible full-time employees.

 

The salary range for this role is $22-$24

 

Pay within this range varies by work location and may also depend on job-related knowledge, skills,  experience, and market location.

 

Additional Benefits Include:

Top-Tier Health, Dental, and Vision

Paid Time Off, Statutory Holidays, and up to 8 hours of volunteer time off

Life Insurance & AD&D

STD & LTD Coverage

Company RRSP match

Employee Assistant Program (EAP)

Professional Development through Tuition Reimbursement

 

Join us at Bureau Veritas, where your well-being and professional growth are our top priorities.

Bureau Veritas Canada is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection process and work environment. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise Human Resources of any accommodations that are required. Any information received relating to accommodations will be treated as confidential.

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