National Grid Data Quality Management Manager in Waltham, Massachusetts
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To be successful we must anticipate the needs of our customers, reducing the cost of energy delivery today and pioneering the flexible energy systems of tomorrow. This requires us to deliver on our promises and always look for new opportunities to grow, both ourselves and our business.
National Grid is hiring a Manager of Data Quality Management in our Waltham, MA location.
Reporting directly to the Director, Data, this role will interact with the data owners, data stewards and stakeholders across the organization. The role will be managing key data quality, data remediation and data conversion activities across the US Gas Business Unit and maintaining compliance to our BMS Data Management principles and standards
You will support in defining and driving the Data Strategy across the US gas businesses, focusing on providing data quality management services to gas business unit. Working with stakeholders to pro-actively ensure we “do the right things” regarding data standards, quality, technology and capabilities.
Responsible for effective collaboration and communications between GBU, GBE program and IT. Ensure effective management of data which is essential to the delivery of safe, seamless and efficient services to our standards
Lead the development, implementation and stabilization of Data Quality, Data Conversion and Remediation activities across GBE and GBU
Management of Data Quality team, their work activities, priorities, performance and development
Work with the Data owners, Stewards, Data Architects, Value Stream Directors, Data Governance, IT, and GBU stakeholders to build, manage and extend Data Quality scorecards, Data Remediation and Conversion activities across Gas Business Unit
Collaborate with the Data Governance on the IT Gas Business Unit investment plan to conducting the evaluation of the investment from a data quality feasibility
Create and maintain Data Conversion requirements for the GBU
Profile and perform data analysis to pro-actively derive insights and propose informed decisions
Manage and support data validation activities after mocks
Create, maintain and enhance Data Quality Scorecards
Maintain Data Remediation Tracker and manage timely delivery of remediation activities
Create and maintain Data Remediation Paybook
Facilitate and lead Data Remediation meetings
Participate in ongoing scope lock and refinement meetings and assess impact to Data Conversions and Remediations
Supervisory/Interpersonal- Experience Required
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Bachelor in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, however a master is preferred
At least 10 years of Work Experience related to data quality, analysis, information technology or with 5 years and a Master degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math
Experience conducting structured business analysis and generating well-defined requirements
Experience employing of contemporary data management and maturity assessment frameworks
Proficiency in data classification for security, usage, protection, and enterprise communication
Self-aware individual who can effectively manage stakeholders and build relationships across all levels and functions
Disciplined individual able to prioritize, deliver and delegate
Effective communicator able to communicate at all levels within the organization
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