The manager of Enterprise Data Management Support Services (EDMSS) reports to the Director of Strategic Information Services (SIS), and is responsible for managing a diverse group of data professionals in support of the University's Enterprise Data Management (EDM) program. This includes planning, coordinating and otherwise overseeing the work activities of the EDMSS team. The level of supervision provided to this position is minimal.
Duties for the position include: facilitating and contributing to the development of the EDM infrastructure; coordinating the activities of committees and other working groups in the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of a data governance function that incorporates processes to ensure effective delivery of strategic information to the university community; promoting the development of, and adherence to university-wide data standards; collaborating with SIS/ITCS technical teams to ensure an effective balance and coherency between front-end business intelligence and back-end data warehouse processing functions in support of information delivery solutions; promoting the effective management and use of institutional data to achieve mission-based outcomes that are aligned with university strategy; preparing and presenting executive summaries, action plans, and project updates for senior leadership; participating in special projects and performing additional duties in conjunction with the Enterprise Data Management program.
Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and additional one year of experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 500029
Organizational Unit Overview:
EDMSS engages collaboratively with the campus community in support of enterprise-wide management of the University's data and information assets. EDMSS works closely with the committees and project teams that comprise the Enterprise Data Management program, facilitating and coordinating the activities of these and other groups for the purposes of 1) fostering a formal process of shared data governance that transcends organizational boundaries and harnesses diverse expertise and perspectives to address key data and information management issues such as ownership, accountability, standardization, accuracy, reliability, access and security; 2) leveraging technical systems and other institutional resources to develop data-centric solutions in support of evidence-based decision making that enhances the University's ability to successfully execute on its strategies, and thereby increase institutional effectiveness; and 3) ensuring that the University's information workers realize and maximize the value of institutional data in completing their assignments.
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