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Director, Data Governance

  • Job
    Full-time
    Senior & Expert Level
  • Data
  • $161.4K - $201.7K
  • New York City
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AI generated summary

  • You need 7+ years of business data experience in a fast-moving consumer goods company, overseeing data management quality, compliance with PII data, and enterprise-level data structures. Strong communication, problem-solving, and project management skills are a must.
  • You will lead data governance, quality assurance, vendor management, master data management, pricing initiatives, and team leadership for Pernod Ricard, ensuring data integrity and maximizing value from data assets.

Requirements

  • Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree required. MBA / Master’s degree preferred.
  • Experience:
  • 7+ years of business data experience (including leveraging and extracting data to support the business), preferably in a fast-moving consumer goods company.
  • Must have experience in overseeing data management quality and entry processes.
  • Must demonstrate strong management experience.
  • Experience in compliance of PII (Personable Identifiable Information) data desired.
  • Experience in working with data structures on an enterprise level, ideally supported by general knowledge of technical foundations of data management and data science.
  • Skills:
  • Good communication and presentation skills for stakeholder management and process analytics.
  • Ability to guide and coach business teams using new technologies.
  • Business Case development, analysis and assessment.
  • Self-starter with self-sufficient working capability.
  • Must be able to balance quality and speed.
  • Ability to deliver executive level communication and influence.
  • Strong problem-solving skills: demonstrated ability to structure complex problems and develop solutions.
  • High-performing, self-starter eager to disrupt traditional practices to improve data integrity and effectiveness.
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills a must.

Responsibilities

  • Governance and design:
  • Together with management, define data governance and data strategy, thereafter, manage its implementation per any agreed roadmap
  • Develop and implement data governance structures in line with the strategy
  • Develop compelling business solutions in collaboration with Tech and other departments to better use existing data or incorporate future data partners
  • Data Quality Assurance (QA):
  • Drive and champion continuous improvement of data quality processes
  • Lead Data Quality Confidence Dashboard development
  • Expand QA coverage area to include new / incoming data sources
  • Lead communication to drive QA awareness within PRUSA data steward community
  • Data Vendor Relationship Management:
  • Assess the business cases for new data sources – cost benefit analysis and complexity of integration
  • Oversee the discussion and decision across the business on further data investments
  • Oversee data vendor relationships, contracts, and service level agreement compliance
  • Challenge norms and guide PRUSA to maximize data vendor relationship value
  • Lead joint business planning with key data vendors
  • Master Data Management:
  • Assess and streamline data permissions & security processes
  • Direct data governance user acceptance testing in support of QA to PROD deployment
  • Drive global data hierarchy standardization
  • Analyze, visualize, and optimize data streams and related processes
  • Build and own the data governance issue backlog; manage improvements for business needs
  • Lead effective collaboration with global Key Digital Program initiatives
  • Pricing:
  • Drive strategic project rollout, partnering with RGM, Finance, Customer Service and Tech
  • Manage and improve ways of working for new item creation and price data administration across PRUSA systems
  • Oversee pricing master data maintenance, exception reporting and KPI development / tracking
  • Leadership:
  • Lead, coach, motivate, and develop a team to maximize employee engagement and performance
  • Champion continuous improvement for data quality, integrity, and integration
  • Drive NADESS organization to be a catalyst for global Key Digital Program initiatives
  • Present data governance status summary to executive team

FAQs

What is the salary range for the Director, Data Governance position at Pernod Ricard?

The salary range for this role, based in New York is $161,400.00 to $201,700.00, range will vary if outside of this location. Base salaries are determined during our interview process, by assessing a candidate’s experience, skills against internal peers and against the scope and responsibilities of the position.

What are the key responsibilities of the Director, Data Governance at Pernod Ricard?

The key responsibilities include defining data governance and strategy, managing data quality assurance processes, overseeing data vendor relationships, leading master data management, driving pricing projects, and providing leadership to the team.

What qualifications and experience are required for the Director, Data Governance position at Pernod Ricard?

A Bachelor’s degree is required, with an MBA or Master’s degree preferred. Candidates should have 7+ years of business data experience, including overseeing data management quality processes and strong management experience. Experience in compliance of PII data is desired.

What are some of the skills needed for the Director, Data Governance role at Pernod Ricard?

Skills required for the position include good communication and presentation skills, ability to guide and coach teams using new technologies, business case development, self-sufficiency, strong problem-solving skills, executive level communication, and project management skills.

What is the work style at Pernod Ricard North America for the Director, Data Governance position?

The work style at Pernod Ricard North America for the Director, Data Governance position is hybrid, with teams working remotely most of the time and onsite two days per week or 40% of the time. The team has flexibility in their work hours with core hours from 10am-3pm.

Retail & Consumer Goods
Industry
10,001+
Employees
1975
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Pernod Ricard is a convivial, responsible and successful global wine and spirits group and the #1 premium spirits organisation in the world. The Group represents 240 premium brands available in more than 160 countries. We are 18,500 exceptionally talented people worldwide with our own salesforce in 73 countries. Our portfolio is one of the most comprehensive in the market with every major category of wine and spirits, providing Pernod Ricard with a unique competitive advantage. To keep growing our business, transforming our industry and making a positive impact on the world, we believe in the power of human connection. Creating ‘convivialité’ is our business and our raison d’être. As ‘créateurs de convivialité’, our purpose is to turn every social interaction into a genuine, friendly and responsible experience of sharing. We believe there can be no convivialité with excess and strive to be sustainable and responsible at every step, from grain to glass.