At Lloyds Banking Group, we're driven by a clear purpose - to help Britain prosper. Across the Group, our colleagues are focused on making a difference to customers, businesses and communities.
We are all working to simplify the way things work and continually striving to work better together. This includes the way we gather, manage and understand data, and we want our colleagues to be able to use our data to help us become even more agile and responsive.
We understand that data is a significant business differentiator in Financial Services, and we are looking for an experienced Data Management professional to join the Chief Data Office and provide proactive, flexible and constructive support in the development, implementation, interpretation and monitoring of data governance across the Group.
The Data Governance team is one of the key disciplines within the Chief Data Office, and is responsible for driving and embedding the right environment from a control but also cultural perspective. As a Manager in this team, you'll be responsible for evaluating, reviewing, investigating, challenging and setting policies and processes, to evolve and improve our Data Management Policy.
You'll support data owners through the development of Data Domain standards, and their ongoing governance; as well as providing Data Governance consultancy across the Group to support the embedding of Data Management.
As an experienced Data professional with a background in Data Governance, you'll also need to have an understanding across all Data Management disciplines, including Data Quality, Data Architecture, and Metadata. You'll have a track record of building strong collaborative relationships at all levels, simplifying complexity, and managing risk. And you must also have proven ability of managing stakeholders, including having the ability and gravitas to interact and influence senior management across the Group.
In return, as a multi-brand, multi-channel business, we have the scale and breadth to provide you with a diverse range of training and development opportunities, helping you achieve a rewarding and fulfilling career. We offer a highly competitive salary and rewards package and as one of the first major employers to promote flexible working, we also understand the importance of good work-life balance. Plus earlier this year, Lloyds Banking Group was recognised by LinkedIn as one of the Top 25 companies where people in the UK want to work.
If this sounds like you and you've the skills and background we're seeking, then we'd love to hear from you...
Preferred location is Hove/Brighton, although this role could also be based in London. Salary will reflect this.