Data Governance Manager
- Experience level
SALARY: £71,577 - £79,530
LOCATION(S): London or Edinburgh
WORKING PATTERN: Our work style is hybrid, which involves spending at least two days per week, or 40% of our time, at one of our office sites.
We're looking for a Data Governance Manager to play a key role in the management and oversight of the Group Audit & Conduct Investigations (GACI) data estate. You'll ensure our alignment to Group Data Policy and data management standards as well as working with our partners in Chief Data and Analytics Office (CDAO) to provide strategic divisional direction in areas such as data quality, metadata management, privacy and records.
About this opportunity:
You'll collaborate with data owners, and other internal stakeholders such as Data Science and Analytics teams, to shape our response to the new Group Data Culture Strategy, helping senior colleagues formulate action plans to identify and remediate data skills gaps across our existing talent while ensuring new talent are equipped with data capabilities that will help us become a true data-led Audit and Conduct Investigations function.
Supported by our security and data risk partners, you will Chair the functions monthly Data Management and Security Forum and have responsibility for providing senior stakeholders, including the Chief Operating Officer and Business Resilience and Security Officer (BRSO), a 'state of the nation' view on our data estate with a particular focus on data quality metrics, records management, including the management of our physical records estate, and data privacy compliance. You will also support the wider Platforms team in ensuring our control framework, for managing key data risk, is designed and operating effectively and have this reflected appropriately.
Why Lloyds Banking Group?
We're on an exciting journey to transform our Group and the way we're shaping finance for good. We're focusing on the future, investing in our technologies, workplaces, and colleagues to make our Group a great place for everyone. Including you!
What you'll need:
Ideally, you'll have a subject matter expertise across a range of data management disciplines and have demonstrable experience in applying these disciplines to a dynamic and complex landscape. You'll also need…
- Practical experience across key data management concepts, such as data quality, metadata management, data privacy and records management.
- Familiarity with enterprise-grade data management applications, such as Collibra, Service Now and Ataccama
- Experience with data visualisation tools such as Power BI or Tableau.
- Understanding of data ethics would be desirable, as would any internal audit or data related risk and control experience.
- Change or project management experience would be beneficial, as role may include leading large scale data migrations and legacy data archiving.
About working for us:
Our focus is to ensure we're inclusive every day, building an organisation that reflects modern society and celebrates diversity in all its forms.
We want our people to feel that they belong and can be their best, regardless of background, identity, or culture.
We were one of the first major organisations to set goals on diversity in senior roles, create a menopause health package, and a dedicated Working with Cancer initiative.
And it's why we especially welcome applications from underrepresented groups.
We're disability confident. So, if you'd like reasonable adjustments to be made to our recruitment processes, just let us know.
We also offer a wide-ranging benefits package, which includes:
- A generous pension contribution of up tio 15%
- A discretionary annual performance related bonus scheme
- Share schemes including free shares
- Benefits you can adapt to your lifestyle, such as discounted shopping
- 30 days' holiday, with bank holidays on top
- A range of wellbeing initiatives and generous parental leave policies
If you're excited by the thought of becoming part of our team, get in touch. We'd love to hear from you.