Neuberger Berman Enterprise Data Governance Specialist in New York, New York
Neuberger Berman is building out a data governance practice focused on enterprise data. The Enterprise Data Governance Team is a critical component of this practice and is looking for an experienced senior specialist.
This person should have around 5 years of experience working with data, this could be in the capacity of data analysis or business analysis. They should be knowledgeable of They should be able document a business process map and analyze process challenges and issues. The specialist will have to lead meetings with the business community, collect data and process requirements. In many situations, they may have to demonstrate insight to ask leading questions to elicit information. They will need to analyze and document their findings and will need to be able to present the results of their analyses. The resource will be responsible for updating the firm’s business glossary and data catalog, as well as logging data and process issues, performing data analysis, design, definition and profiling. Experience with existing EDM data catalog and business glossary vendor tools will be helpful. Experience is asset management is preferred.
Detail oriented with the ability to analyze data and perform in depth data analysis
Work across multiple business and technology teams, with the ability to perform data discovery, build data glossaries and catalogs, perform data analysis and data profiling.
Business analysis including business process mapping and requirement definition
Manage time independently, work independently and manage multiple open work streams at the same time
Experience with one or more of the following topics: Data Management, Data Profiling, Data Quality, Data Glossaries, Data Catalogs, Taxonomy, Data Modeling, Metadata, Data Discovery, Business Semantics, Reporting Dashboards and Visualization, ETL, Data Intake, Search, Data Architecture
Familiarity with financial services data domains/subdomains including: Product, Party, Client, Price, Securities, Accounts, Broker, Vendor, Corporate Actions, Market, Performance, Trade, Transaction, Person etc
Familiarity with BI reporting tools such as Tableau, Business Objects, is a plus
5 years of Asset Management business experience, preferred
Strong written and verbal communication
Ability to work effectively across all levels of the organization
Proficient in MS Excel, Visio and PowerPoint
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