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Data Job of the Day: SVP Data Governance Policies and Practices

By   /  April 15, 2011  /  1 Comment

by Angela Guess

Citi is searching for a Senior Vice President of Data Governance Policies and Practices. According to the post, the key responsibilities of the position include, “Gathering existing data governance principles, policies, practices and standards and synthesizing existing to produce recommendations for enterprise-wide guiding principles, policies, standards, processes, best practices and guidelines. Determining requirements for and prioritizing development of new enterprise-wide principles, policies, processes and practices as needed. Obtaining consensus upon adoption of proposed principles, policies, processes and practices. Developing approach for measuring adoption of principles, policies, processes and practices. Managing relationship with key business leaders and influential subject matter experts within specific functions and lines of business to drive efforts to measurable successful conclusion.”

Desired qualifications for this position include, “Undergraduate degree in a business, IT or finance discipline. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience communicating at senior levels of mgt. 5-10 years experience in data architecture and in the development of data governance principles, policies, processes, practices and standards. 5-10 years experience with implementing and leading data management initiatives across lines of business; including management of executive level relationships. Demonstrated successful delivery of several large-scale business transformation efforts within the past 5 years, preferably within financial services.”

photo credit: Citi

  • David-Plotkin

    This actually looks like a well-rounded job description, and doesn’t make the very mistake that Karen Lopez talks about in her post of throwing in a lot of extraneous (and usually incompatible) job requirements. What it DOESN’T say is the geographic location of the job. There may well be those among us (myself included) who are interested and have the experience (5 years at Wells Fargo), but cannot relocate due to family considerations. I DO see that by clickiing on the link (which wasn’t particularly obvious on my screen) it takes you to what looks like a New York location. Despite being a native New Yorker, I’m not really eager to go back! Oh well…

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