Data Governance Lead

Job Title: Data Governance Lead
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Singapore
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: 239661_1632898776
Contact Name: Chevelle Tan
Contact Email:
Job Published: September 29, 2021 14:59

Job Description

Data Governance Lead (Consent Order Manual Adjustment)

  • 12 months contract
  • Location: Changi Business Park

Our Client

  • MNC Bank

The Opportunity

  • Review evidence to understand data issues highlighted as part of global consent order workstreams and involve appropriate stakeholders(tech/business) to participate in triaging of the data issues
  • Prioritize data remediations across all countries, businesses and data domains to ensure Consent order OPPMs/remediations are progressed
  • Oversight on progression of data issues as part of the Consent Order workstreams to ensure timely progression and delivery of delivery commitments
  • Participate in solutioning calls to ensure detail root cause analysis is completed and ensure agreed data remediation will strategically fix identified data issues with all involved stakeholders
  • Engage with PMOs to ensure business activities for all consent order implementations are completed and escalate where necessary
  • Work closely with respective global leads to ensure timely closure of consent order deliveries and escalate where necessary
  • Provide monthly status reports/updates of consent order deliveries and escalate areas requiring attention
  • Perform and support any other additional activities as required (example: Audit activities, providing ad hoc status updates, any other data governance related ad-hoc activities).

Your Background

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in a large financial institution preferably in project management and/or process reengineering experience in key bank functions such as operations, product, finance, technology or compliance
  • Ability to work effectively in situations requiring analytical, interpretive and problem-solving techniques.
  • Good co-ordination and negotiation skills to manage large and diverse set of stakeholders.
  • Ability to explore alternatives and positions to reach outcomes that are supported and accepted by various parties
  • Experience in managing projects with diverse subject areas with changing requirements/directions
  • Demonstrable ability in partnering across multi-functional organizations and influence large and diverse set of stakeholders to drive delivery

Interested parties please click "Apply Now" or contact Chevelle (EA Reg no: R1762272) at

EA Licence: 08C5248

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