Our Data, Analytics & Intelligence team are at the core of the latest developments and key decisions within our business. They’re a constantly expanding team and currently on the lookout for a Data Engineer to join them on a permanent basis.
Our team are driven by a passion to help make a tangible and lasting difference in people’s lives through the innovative transformation of our products, and you’ll have that same passion.
Within this role, you’ll hold responsibility for the creation and maintenance of a logical data model, integrating data from multiple data sources in to a central Enterprise data warehouse. You’ll be able to design and apply data cleansing and data standardisation rules, providing clear documentation of the business rules embedded in the system, with the potential of solving data quality issues.
Whilst you’ll have a variety of stakeholders, you’ll work closely with the wider Data team to understand what the data journey needs to look like (conversion, processing, etc), specifically working closely with the Data Architect to create an overview of the data lineage.
Please note this role will initially be working from home, with a shift to a hybrid office/home working set up as lockdown restrictions evolve. We’re also committed to the work/life balance of our teams, so we’re happy to consider flexible working options.
You’ll have a strong development background with experience using SQL for OLAP/Data Warehouse style modelling, and will have a track record in creating Star Schema Data models for BI solutions. You’ll also feel comfortable working with modern Big Data technology and tooling. A sound awareness of Data Management best practice is a must, including Data Lifecycle Management across Core IT and Big Data eco-systems, as well as a firm understanding of Data Privacy and Security constraints.
You’ll naturally be someone who adapts well to change and actively seeks out ways to improve efficiency, as well as having an interest in learning new frameworks and languages. You’ll feel at ease advising on the use of data for actionable analytics, and also share our passion for putting our customers first with the end user being at the forefront of your decisions.
As the role offers a healthy level of autonomy, you’ll thrive working with minimal guidance, and feel comfortable using your own initiative. You’ll apply your analytical thinking to ensure effective problems solving.
With a presence in over 60 countries, and 165,000 employees serving the needs of 107 million customers, AXA is big.
But never too big to care for every single person who works here. We’ve been recognised as one of the Sunday Times Top 25 Best Big Companies to work for. So when you join us, we promise to put our collective might behind you and your career.
You’ll work in an open and supportive environment where you’ll be developed, challenged and encouraged to move around to achieve even bigger and better things – nationally and internationally. You’ll learn directly from senior leaders, from the best in our business. And you’ll enjoy real responsibility, really early on.
Proud to be part of the AXA Group, the number one global insurance brand, a worldwide leader in financial services, AXA PPP healthcare is leading the way to better health. We’re one of the UK's largest and most experienced private medical insurance providers, and we’ve been helping people access the medical care they need, when and where they need it, for over 70 years now.
What We Offer
As well as being a part of our inclusive and supportive culture, you’ll enjoy a variety of benefits as part of this role, some of which are listed below:
Annual bonus scheme (eligibility rules apply)
Contributory pension scheme
Private medical insurance
28 days holiday plus statutory holidays (pro rata), with the option to purchase additional holidays
A variety of local and national discounts, including on AXA Insurance products
Access to a varity of flexible benefits which you can opt in to
AXA is proud to support the needs of our employees and as such understands everyone has individual work and home life responsibilities. We are therefore happy to discuss flexible working arrangements for this role.
What's life like as an AXA data apprentice?
Rewards and Benefits
As well as a supportive and rewarding working culture, you'll enjoy a good holiday allowance and generous company pension scheme. Depending on your role you’ll have the opportunity to buy share options, a car allowance and private medical insurance. Note that benefits can vary according to the different part of AXA and the role itself.
Pay and Bonus
We carefully consider our pay levels and carry out a review each year so you are paid fairly for what you do. When AXA does well, we share in its success and all employees are eligible for a discretionary bonus payment each year, dependant on individual and company performance.
Pension and Life Cover
We want to help you actively plan for a financially healthy retirement, so we offer a Defined Contribution Pension Scheme. This means that we contribute to your pension fund depending on the amount you choose to pay in.
Work life balance is important. Our holiday entitlements start at a minimum of 22 days (plus bank holidays) dependent on the business area or the role, increasing up to 28 days (plus bank holidays) with length of service. Depending on which part of AXA you work in, there’s also flexibility to buy up to five additional days or sell up to three days, helping you to achieve the right balance for you.
We recognise and reward you when you demonstrate the behaviours that make AXA great.
Employees are also invited to take part in the annual share plan. Employees can buy shares and also be offered an interest free loan to purchase shares if they don’t want to purchase outright.
Depending on your role, you may be entitled to additional benefits such as Private Medical Insurance, Company Car or Long Term Incentive Plans.