by Angela Guess
LexisNexis is looking for an Enterprise Architect - Data Governance in Dayton, OH. This position will "Contribute to the definition of the Enterprise Architecture. Communicate / evangelize the architecture (principles, policies, standards and patterns) to development groups, business groups and customers; govern adherence to the architectural 'Golden Rules', with a specific emphasis on content and data… Perform baseline logical reviews on key system, content, data, and process assets. This role will specifically focus on content assets and data assets, but also cover software assets and process assets as needed. Create and maintain a comprehensive governance architecture for the Enterprise Conceptual Information Model, Content Assets, and Data Assets. Ensure governed assets adhere to architectural principles and 'Golden Rules.' Ensure governed assets release on time and function properly in the field."
Qualifications for the position include: "Proficient in business data architecture and product content architecture. Experience leading / directing Enterprise Data Governance, Master Data Management, Enterprise Data Modeling, and/or Enterprise Information Management. Experience leading / directing Enterprise Content Governance, Content Architecture. Ability to synthesize business requirements with the direction of technology to generate new ideas and inventions. Ability to communicate complicated technology concepts in a manner which is understandable in terms of business impact so that business decisions can be made. Ability to interact across all levels of management. Proven ability to simultaneously execute multiple programs in a demanding environment with frequently changing requirements and technical conditions."
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