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Corporate Finance - Firmwide Data Governance Operations DataBook Content Management Lead - VP

Req #: 170106863_1
Location: Newark, DE, US
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
Potential Referral Amount: 5000 US Dollar (USD)
The Firmwide Chief Data Office (CDO) and the Firmwide Data Management (FDM) Leadership Team is responsible for the Firmwide Data Management framework, Data Integration Strategy, Data Network Architecture focused on data lineage, data quality management, Reference Data Operations as well as overall data governance, oversight and operational support for the Firmwide Data Glossary (aka DataBook).
 
The Content Management Lead will be responsible for the quality & consistency of the Critical Data Elements (CDE) defined in DataBook. The individual will be responsible for the curation process as part of the Intake & Prioritization operating model, which involves matching requested terms to governed terms in DataBook, reviewing requested terms to ensure completeness of description and validating the proposed data domains identified for defining the CDEs. The individual will also be responsible for the CDE naming & definition standards adopted for DataBook and for ensuring that CDEs defined in DataBook are consistent with the guidelines adopted for the business terms in DataBook. The individual will report to the Executive Director, Firmwide Data Governance team.
 
Responsibilities
  • Work with the Firmwide Data Governance team, Chief Data Offices (CDO), Critical Business Initiative project teams, and stakeholders to plan, coordinate, monitor and assist in the Implementation of the Firmwide CDO initiatives
  • Execute the Firmwide Data Governance Intake & Prioritization operating model leveraging the Firmwide Data Governance Data Domain structure
  • Implement Content Management processes related to metadata, data quality and metric management for all data domains and critical data elements
  • Monitor & manage the DataBook content to ensure consistency of business terms defined in DataBook and consistency of terms governed by the data domains.
  • Coordinate with the DataBook Operations Intake & Domain Support  team to ensure that the terms identified for critical business initiatives get prioritized and defined in a timely manner
  • Facilitate Advisory Forums to review new guidelines and to discuss CDE related issues with the extended Data Domain community involving Information Architects and Project teams responsible for documenting data requirements
  • Prepare & roll-out training on best practices for defining business terms in DataBook to the Data Domain community
  • Manage the work queue for requests from data domain teams to have defined business terms reviewed
  • Participate in identifying enhancements and new requirements for DataBook and other Data Governance platforms that support publishing the content of the Business Glossary
  • Partner with the Data Governance Operating Model team to review & revise operating model procedures impacting DataBook content management on a need basis
  • Identify risk & bottlenecks that impact milestone dates and escalate in a  timely manner;
  • Participate in Data Governance Forum meetings to share DataBook naming & definition standards & guideline updates and to take feedback from the Data Domain community
  • Coordinate with DataBook Platform Support team to address any environment availability issues or defects that negatively impact usability and project deliverables
  • Participate in identification and creation of new controls to ensure data integrity, contribute to process automation and streamlining operating procedures

 

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 8-10+ years of work experience
  • At least 3 years of experience in data management functions in Financial Services industry
  • Knowledge of specific LOB business processes, regulatory reporting, corporate finance or risk management is desirable
  • Strong analytical and verbal/written communication skills
  • Experience in Data Management practices and Data Governance including data dictionaries, metadata repositories, logical data models, data authority, data lineage, data quality & data issue management is highly desirable
  • Demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills – including ability to anticipate, access and determine solution
  • Strong relationship building skills, demonstrated consultative approach and influencing skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a high pressure, agile work environment
  • Solid work ethic and strong sense of ownership of end result. Familiar with standard concepts, practices and procedures within the data management and data governance field
  • Strong teamwork orientation and the ability to foster collaboration within and across teams
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