- Develop and execute a data management strategy to support the closure of the Financial Wisdom Aligned Advice licensee closure
- Work with business and data owners to define scope, data sources (application and unstructured data), identify future data requirements (eg. remediation, regulatory notices), document data risks and recommend data management treatments and controls (ie destroy, migrate, archive, separate data) that align with the Banks data management policies and standards.
- Develop and establish ongoing data governance and ownership (roles, responsibilities, processes)
- Establish and run a weekly Data management Governance forum with data owners, risk, legal, information security and IT to approve data treatments and controls including establishing terms of reference, data principles, facilitate attendance and decision making, writing and coordinating submission of papers, reporting, agendas and minutes
- Lead a team of BA resources to develop and maintain a data register artefact, complete assessments, prioritise and support data owners for decision-making and plan to implement relevant data treatments and controls including IT requirements, data migration, separation, manual cleansing
- Manage costs and resourcing profile of team, including mix of contract and permanent staff (up to 5 resources) with $1M stream budget.
Skills and Experience:
- 5-10 plus years' experience in project delivery and risk management in data domain (data governance, data management, data lifecycle, risk management, IT)
- Superior senior stakeholder management and communication including data governance stakeholders and relevant business data owners
- Experience in large and complex project delivery including developing and managing a technical or business team, project planning, change management and budget management
- Strong experience in report writing, presentations, data analysis and reporting of risk insights to business leaders
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Aine on 02 9409 4817 quoting reference: 200680