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Client is a portfolio of Brands for active lives. From our flagship Client Brand to Mountain Hardwear, prAna, and even the SOREL Brand….we are all about making products that get people closer to their passions. So if you have a passion for all things active, we might have the right role for you. If you crave adventure, innovation, quality and – best of all – fun, this is where you belong. If you’re already reaching for your resume – good. Apply for a career with Client today.
General Position Summary:
The Data Governance Analyst is a member of the Enterprise Information Management team and is responsible for driving and maintaining global data definitions, catalogs and visibility into data lineage and quality for all of Columbia’s consuming applications and user communities. The Data Governance Analyst will possess strong communication skills and demonstrate an ability to work with all ranges of an organization to advance Columbia’s vision for enterprise data and analytics. This resource will be dedicated to a scrum team(s), providing tactical delivery of Columbia’s data governance framework and policy for the Enterprise Data and Analytics He/She will partner closely with each line of business to align data sources around common standards and to create clear, actionable practice for consumption, quality, and use.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Education and Experience
Job involves high degree of variability and change in work situations and a moderate to high degree of complexity. Incumbent is responsible for supporting the establishment of best practices and procedures, developing and assigning tasks, and critically evaluating the work of others. Many duties are performed independently with minimal supervision. A high level of autonomy and accountability is expected regarding decision making. Position has high visibility due to directly impacting strategic and enterprise projects and initiatives.
Job requires hours that may occasionally exceed 8 hours per day and/or 40 hours per week during times of peak activity. Position may be required to be “on-call” for assistance with critical errors or system, recovery. Evening meetings and/or weekend work occasionally required to collaborate with people in other time zones and to ensure timely project completion. Some job pressure exists in the balancing of several projects with conflicting and sometimes changing requirements and deadlines. Occasional travel may be required.