£40,000 - £55,000 per annum + bonus + pension - Coventry - Information Management - Midlands
Ref: 327 Date Posted: Wednesday 10 Oct 2018
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How would like to work for an organisation that has been globally recognised as one of the greatest places to work? 

There has recently been huge investment into the group data office and we are looking to expand our team with like-minded, passionate data governance & data quality professionals. 

Why work for us?

You will be encouraged to be constantly developing and enhancing your data management skills, with access to content from some of the UK’s leading data management authorities, including DAMA & DMBOk, whilst also working with cutting edge data governance & data quality tech including Trillium & Collibra.

We offer a range of very attractive benefits including; company wide bonus scheme (usually around 10% of annual salary), Excellent pension (up to 20% total contribution), Healthcare, company discount (up to 50% off certain products). 

What you’ll be doing:

You will manage Data Governance adoption across the group through consulting and directing multiple cross functional data steering groups. You will act as the prime interface into the group data office, providing expertise and consultancy regarding data management best practise. You will also define and own data issue resolution, employing support from data steering group members and multiple technical teams steering groups. 

The experience you’ll need:

  • Expertise of data quality and data governance structured methodologies; ideally practises including DAMA and DMBOK
  • Proven experience of senior technical and business stakeholder management   
  • Building and implementing a data governance framework

It would be great if you had:

  • Experience working within Financial Services or similar industry
  • Expertise of data quality, data governance software applications; ideally Trillium and Collibra

Apply now to find out more!

Ben Dugdale looks after this role for KDR, if you have a question get in touch...



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