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Database Specialist

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Recruiter: Magnuson Hotels
Listed on: 23rd January
Location: London UK
Salary Notes: Depends on Experience
Type: Contract

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Magnuson Hotels, an international hotel company with US and UK presence is seeking a contract Database Specialist to research market information from the company CRM and a variety of existing vendor/public websites. The information will then be organised in electronic records, for use by the Marketing and Business Development teams in two initial areas:

  • Databases to drive new B2B sales expansion, USA and UK.
  • Develop and manage a new global CRM process, focussed on driving bookings to www.magnusonhotels.com.

The duties and responsibilities of this role will include but not be limited to;

  • Use Salesforce.com, Costar.com & public websites to research market information.
  • Extract and import data into usable company formats
  • Assist in setting up new CRM marketing efforts; match existing customer segments from our customer database with unique promotional codes to drive direct bookings to www.magnusonhotels.com
  • Assist with search engine strategy and implementation.
  • Salesforce experience (Intermediate or better)
  • Perform regular backups to ensure data preservation

Requirements

  • Proven suitable work from home environment
  • Proven experience as Database Specialist, strong data ETL background, ideally as an Analyst or Developer
  • Experience defining an ETL strategy to process data from a variety of originator and target sources
  • Experience working with Cloud-based solutions
  • Excellent knowledge of word processing tools and spreadsheets (MS Office Word, Excel etc.)
  • Good command of English, both oral and written
  • Great attention to detail

The company will rely on you for having accurate and updated data that is easily accessible through a digital database, and implementing data confidentiality principles.