|Recruiter:||Lloyds Banking Group|
|Listed on:||5th July|
|Salary/Rate:||£54,117 - £60,130|
|Contact Name:||Lloyds Banking Group|
Data Manager / Analyst - Strategy, Change & Innovation (Chief Data Office)
Company: Lloyds Banking Group
Salary: £54,117 to £60,130 base salary, plus significant annual personal bonus, car allowance, 13% employer pension contribution, 4% flexible cash pot, private medical insurance, 30 days holiday plus bank holidays. We also offer flexible working hours, agile working practices and home working opportunities at least 1 day per week! Working for Lloyds is great.
Location: London - Chiswell Street, EC1Y 5XX
Want a summary of the role?
You would be responsible for supporting the delivery of key projects and initiatives across different parts of the group to drive the Enterprise Data Strategy and help realise our Group aspirations.
This will include data change related activities, carrying out key responsibilities central to data management strategy development and introducing, learning and applying innovative uses of data and technology to drive effective and new ways of doing things across the Group's data management practices.
Heads up to say we are also looking for an Analyst to sit in the same team, so if you want to do this same role at a more entry level, please drop us a line to let us know.
So who are Lloyds Banking Group and Group Transformation?
LBG is the UK's leading digital bank, with over 30 million UK customers across our three main brands, as well as the UK's biggest mobile bank.
Group Transformation is a division within Lloyds that is driving our bank wide transformation initiatives and our culture in Group Transformation brings together smart, talented, driven people from diverse backgrounds, people are at the core of who we are. Your opportunity to connect with your team, provide innovative solutions and support the creation of an environment where all can thrive is critical to our success.
So who are the Chief Data Office?
Lloyds Banking Group recognises that data is a significant business differentiator for financial services companies. Nowadays, across the banking industry, Data Management is receiving increased attention and focus. LBG is looking to drive a more sophisticated approach to how it handles data to support transformation and digitisation of each business and the ability to optimise interactions with its customers. The CDO is central in creating and driving this change.
The aim is to ensure overall ownership and oversight of end to end Data Management disciplines that lead to trusted, well understood data, including Data Strategy & Innovation, Data Governance, Data Quality Management, and Metadata Management.
What background or experience do I need to do this job?
We are interested in people who come from a variety of data backgrounds, but the minimum we would like to see includes, 1) experience across Data Management disciplines like Data Quality, Data Architecture or Metadata, 2) great communication and stakeholder management skills, 3) an appreciation of the role a chief data office carries out. As an ideal, we really find that people who come from a consultative style background fit in really well with this team.
Personal qualities Lloyds Banking Group looks for include the ability to keep the customer at the heart of everything you do, keeping things simple and the desire to collaborate and work as a team.
This is a great role if you:
What support will I get and how will my career grow?
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. Join us and be part of an inclusive, values-based culture focused on making a difference.
On a personal note, this team in the CDO is high performing and mostly come from top tier consulting backgrounds, they have a genuine passion for their roles. This is a great place to be to learn and grow your skills and experience in one of the UK's largest banks.
Together we make it possible!
If you perhaps don't have your CV ready yet, or would like to discuss the role before applying please e-mail or for more information.