Data Governance Vice President - Global Company

5 days left

Recruiter
Harnham
Location
London
Salary
Up to £120,000 DOE + bonus + holidays
Posted
03 Feb 2017
Closes
03 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Data Governance Vice President - Global Company
City of London
Up to £125,000 DOE + strong bonus + holidays

This is the chance to join a business at the forefront of data-driven decisioning with data governance at its heart. As Data Governance VP you will work with Analytics and Data Engineering teams to ensure that the governance framework is in line with the requirements and as innovative as it can be. You will be a key stakeholder for many teams, and liaise with your colleagues to ensure that as a business they are allowing some of their more innovative projects to get off the ground by setting up strong processes and frameworks.

THE ROLE

You will work in a fast paced, data centric environment and be part of one of the largest UK data ecosystems. As traditional to any data governance role, you will have ownership and lead on a variety of areas that include - The Data and Development Lifecycle, Data Quality, Data Models, Metadata, Security. You will be a team leader of a small specialist team and be expected to lead conversations with senior level members of the business.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

The successful Vice President of Data Governance will have the following skills and experience:

- Highly experienced within Data Governance, having a background in development and database admin
- Proven understanding of technology and how data ecosystems work on a larger scale
- Strong managerial experience, comfortable leading highly technical teams
- Comfortable working with stakeholders, experience leading and challenging requirements
- Experience with big data toolsets ideal
- Keen to be part of a leading edge team

HOW TO APPLY

This is an urgent requirement and I'm looking to speak to candidates straight away, please submit your CV ASAP to Charlie Waterman at Harnham via the 'Apply Now' button.