Recruteur : Banque européenne d'investissement
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- Type de contrat : CDI
- Lieu de travail : Luxembourg - 99
- Publié : 20/11/2019
- Référence : 14762
Description du poste
Within the Information Management and Procurement Department, the Corporate Information & Processes (CIP) Division covers data governance, business process management and change management, serving as an intermediary between the business directorates and our IT department to support the management and governance of data at the EIB. The Data Governance Unit functions as the EIB’s Data Governance Office (DGO).
Working together with business Directorates, business support and technology partners, as the Data Governance Specialist, you contribute to the ongoing establishment and improvement of data quality management by developing, supporting and implementing the EIB’s Data Governance Office (DGO) activities and initiatives in line with our Information Management Strategy and the DGO’s annual work programme. You support various data governance projects and initiatives and drive the systematic analysis and continuous improvement of the quality, coherence and processes for management and risk reporting throughout the EIB Group.
Coordinate transversal data-quality initiatives, partially at EIB Group level, with business data stewards, data owners and IT data custodians, helping to establish, promote and improve data governance by utilising data quality and business glossary processes and solutions
Contribute to the efficient and effective delivery of the DGO annual work programme by coordinating our partner efforts
Build and contribute to diverse data governance awareness and training activities to ensure partners and customers understand their data governance-related goals, benefits and responsibilities
Lead the definition and implementation of business rules and related data quality rules for critical data elements to ensure consistency and compliance with EIB defined standards and relevant external standards (e.g. BCBS 239)
Define, test, implement and maintain a repository of data rules and definitions by working closely with data officers, data owners and IT data custodians. Transform technical / SQL rules into business rules and vice versa, to facilitate and assist the business in the definition of data quality
Support business partners in formulating and initiating projects, working closely and collaboratively with IT whenever required for data governance-related projects. This includes drafting business cases and change requests, ensuring the required approvals are obtained, liaising between the business directorates and IT, documenting lessons learned and meeting agreed timelines
Draft Terms of Reference for the procurement of consultants in the domain of data governance, where appropriate, and support the Head of Unit / Division in managing the procurement procedures
Coordinate the work of external consultants within the field of data governance, in particular for data quality and reporting, and support the Head of Unit / Division in managing the underlying contracts (contract administration, invoice verification and validation of deliverables produced by consultants)
Report periodically on the status and results of projects and activities
Provide advice and recommendations on issues related to data governance with focus on data quality improvements and associated processes to align with standard methodologies
University degree in business administration, finance, risk management or a related field with exposure to data governance and quality subjects and deep understanding of IT and information management
Minimum of 3 years’ professional experience covering data governance, business reporting and data quality management activities, ideally gained within the financial services sector and in an international context
Demonstrable track record in data quality management, including applying techniques to measure, assess, improve and ensure the quality of data
Experience of the technology landscape supporting data governance
Experience or risk reporting including relevant tools
Experience with public procurement would be considered an advantage
Good knowledge of enterprise data/information management best-practice frameworks and guidelines such as BCBS 239, the Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK), MIKE 2.0, or ISO 11179
Deep understanding of Best Banking Practices and the regulatory framework for financial institutions
Excellent command of French (*) and English.
Excellent negotiation skills at various levels
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