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The Data Steward role is responsible for gathering and documenting critical data elements (CDEs) within the External Parties Data Domain in support of the adoption of strategic reference data. The Data Steward ensures that all progress in the CDE Lifecycle is correctly documented and reported, and that any issues are promptly escalated and addressed. This role reports directly to the External Parties Data Domain Manager.
Define specific CDE business definition values, in partnership with LOB-aligned Data Domain Leads, Data Stewards, and/or business process owners within the External Parties Data Domain
Coordinate with business process stakeholders to ensure that the proper business context and impact are considered in discussions regarding specific CDEs
Collaborate with LOB-aligned Data Domain Leads and Data Stewards within the External Parties Data Domain to prepare the deliverables associated with each stage of the CDE Lifecycle (i.e., new elements, change requests, certification requests) for review and approval by the External Parties Data Domain Manager
Prepare materials for the External Parties Domain Working Group (DWG); document DWG decisions/discussions and update the DataBook tool accordingly
Track stakeholder sign-off within DataBook and escalate to the External Parties Data Domain Manager, if necessary
Report on status and issues with regard to the CDE Lifecycle to stakeholders as necessary
Define and collect data quality metrics for the External Parties data domain; identify key data quality issues, trends, and observations; collaborate with the Reference Data Chief Data Office’s Data Quality Metrics Lead/Data Quality Program Head to report on metrics to senior stakeholders
Collaborate with the Reference Data CDO Data Analysis & Remediation Team (DART) to understand domain-specific data quality issues; assess implications for pace of progress on CDE Lifecycle within or across data domains
Provide guidance on how to use the DataBook tool to LOB-aligned Data Domain Managers and Data Stewards within the External Parties Data Domain
Bachelor’s degree and project management experience, preferably in managing cross-LOB/functional projects and collaborating with multiple stakeholders
Subject matter expertise with retail or wholesale processes, External Parties reference data, reference data operational processes, and data lifecycle activities is preferred but not mandatory
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to understand business and technical functions, process information quickly, and assess impacts to data elements
Excellent communication and relationship management skills
Highly organized, as the role requires keeping up with multiple workstreams in a fast-paced environment
Ability to prioritize and manage expectations
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