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Senior Manager, Data Governance/Data Management
Leads data governance based on data strategy specified business unit. Acts as a trusted data advisor for business. Influences strategy, continuously improving data governance. Governs data in all or selected areas of data management: quality, operations, storage, reference and master data, data standards, security, vendor governance, metadata.
Responsibilities include governing data changes per stewardship rules, such as data standards, security, quality, driving stewardship rule improvements, analyzing data, providing data quality insights (e.g. coverage, panel stability), providing training, developing training materials, providing interpretation consultancy, acting as an SME, serving as the critical issue point for 3rd level for incidents, driving purchase plan process, guiding business on the best data return on investment, handling data provider payments, forecasting/tracking data and IT cost spends, leading vendor selection & qualification, developing and reinforcing data security rules and guidelines, defining and updating metadata.
Roadmap and direction of the business unit reporting and analytics products.
Craft the data strategy for the business unit to improve value creation.
Responsibilities include governing data management processing, which includes, data standards, security, quality, driving stewardship rule improvements, analyzing data, vendor governance, providing data quality insights (e.g. coverage, panel stability).
Providing training, developing training materials, providing interpretation consultancy, acting as an SME, serving as the critical issue point for 3rd level for incidents.
Driving purchase plan process, leading data provider payments, forecasting/tracking data and IT cost spends, leading vendor selection & qualification, developing and reinforcing data security rules and guidelines, defining and updating metadata.
Guiding business on the best data return on investment.
Bachelor's Degree in related field
5-7 years of related work experience
DAMA Associate will be required (can be obtained in role if not already in place); DAMA Practisoner (CDMP) level will be needed after 1 year.
Professional Scrum Product Owner 1 is preferred and will be required within 3 month of being in role.
Strong business communication with senior executives
Ability to work across business teams and technical teams globally
Pay Range: $100k-$143k
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Qualified individuals will not be disadvantaged based on being unemployed.
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Job Type: Full time Job categories: Information Technology Req No: R000068527
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