The role is expected to work with a dynamic team to design and implement Data Management and Governance Framework and policies, and enable the bank to leverage on data as an enterprise asset to support its strategic decision-making and actions. The function includes the following:
Entrench standards and controls in the enterprise-wide Data Management and Governance Framework and policies.
Work with stakeholders (e.g. Risk, IT, Business, Ops) to embed operational processes to support the policy objectives
Measure and report the effectiveness of the Framework and policies to senior management through the use of qualitative or quantitative metrics
Review results of the Data Quality scorecards for Critical Data Elements, prioritise gaps for closure, as well as identify owners and track status to drive the closure of these gaps
Support the secretariat role of bank-wide forums/committee
Work internally with stakeholders and Data Management team to:
Identify opportunities for enhancements in data management capabilities, and work with relevant stakeholders to address operational or data issues in the data pipeline
Ensure data management processes comply with the Framework & policies
In addition to the BAU functions stated above, the successful candidate will take part in related projects of the department.
Preferred 3-5 years of related working experience in the areas of data governance, management and data quality. Alternatively, 5-8 years of working experience in banking preferably in MIS-related role, or in business consulting.
General appreciation of data management and governance principles and able to articulate how it can benefit data provenance & data discovery
Experience in data-related projects of similar scope and complexity involving data analytics and process improvement-related initiatives will be a bonus
Able to prioritise/manage multiple tasks, with good problem-solving skills
Strong stakeholder engagement skills with good verbal and written communication skills
Strong product knowledge including treasury products as well as commercial banking products