Guy Lewis –  Co-Founder, Sprint Education Image
“We're on the lookout for A-players who can multitask, work under-pressure, learn, and adapt quickly in a fast-paced, deadline and detail-oriented environment. The Database Clerk role will play a pivotal part in the continued development and commercial success of Sprint Education, worldwide."
Guy Lewis – Co-Founder, Sprint Education
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Interested in our Database Clerk position?

Find out more about it here...

You'll be working alongside 12 other Data Clerks to improve and expand our industry-leading worldwide education databases that our of clients use on a daily basis to fuel their education communication, marketing, and sales campaigns.


How the selection process works...

Step 1: Value Add and Logistics

You’ll have a video call with a hiring manager to get to know you and see if you have potential to be a great addition to the team. We’ll also go over things like the benefits we offer and dig into our company culture.

Step 2: Tech Screen

You’ll have a video call with one of your potential teammates to dive into more questions around skills and experience.

Step 3: Take-Home Project

At this stage you’ll receive a relevant take-home project that gives you the chance to showcase your skills.

Step 4: Final Interview

You’ll be invited into Sprint HQ for a final chat, likely to be with someone on our leadership team.

Step 5: References

We ask to chat to two references at least one of them should be a previous manager.

If you are successful, we make you an offer to join our team!


To View the Perks of the Job Click Here.

You'll be responsible for

  • Improving, cleansing, and expanding our industry-leading education databases.
  • Enhancing our data using research techniques.
  • Cultivating time-saving data management techniques.

You have, you are, you can

  • Self-motivated, hard-working, and have the ability to work without supervision.
  • Good computer skills and can use the internet to quickly find answers to questions.
  • Follow complex instructions.
  • Prioritise quality and speed.

It would be super-good to have

(although not essential)

  • Experience working with computers on a daily basis.
  • Previous experience working on a data management team.
  • Good understanding of Microsoft products, especially Excel.
  • Educated to A Level standard or equivalent.
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