|Department:||Retail Transformation Program|
Our world headquarters is centrally located in Topeka, KS, facilitating easy travel to all parts of the country. And Topeka enjoys close proximity to Kansas City and Lawrence, home of the University of Kansas, providing our Associates with multiple communities in which to reside.
The Data Analyst will be a leader on the Data Analysis team. The Data Analysis team is responsible for executing the company’s enterprise wide data standards, data governance, data modeling, metadata management and data quality efforts. The Data Analyst will assist the Enterprise Data Architects in establishing standards, best practices, policies and procedures in these areas and ensuring that these standards are followed. They will be expected to be an expert level data modeler and act as an internal consultant, advocate, mentor and change agent.
- Assist in developing & publishing standards, best practices, policies and procedures to govern corporate Data and Metadata
- Provides executional leadership in the data governance, working collaboratively with others within the organization
- Enforce the standards, best practices, policies and procedures established by the Data Stewards council
- Provide coaching, mentoring and guidance for data modeling, meta-data management and data quality management within the company
- Leads in negotiating, facilitating and communicating change, ensuring alignment with IT stakeholders
- Provides coaching, mentoring and guidance to lower level data analysts
- Minimum 10 years experience in a Retail environment
- Oracle Application (Oracle RMS) experience preferred
- Master Data Management experience preferred
- Previous Meta-data management and/or Data Quality Management experience
- Minimum 10 years experience of hands-on design and implementation of IT solutions
- Exposure to architectural standardization and governance processes
- Exposure to IT assessment and business case development
- Previous experience (7 yrs + ) in a data modeling & data design
- Exposure to multiple, diverse technologies and processing environments
- Proven experience in delivering clear, concise communication (oral / written)
- Proven history of building vendor and business relationships
- Strong ERwin skills
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