ING's Data Management tribe is searching for a Data Governance Expert on BCBS239
ING is redefining banking. What about you?
There has never been a more interesting time to work at ING. We at ING are pioneers. Our end goal is to unite ING and to achieve a single and best-in-class experience for all customers worldwide. We decided to build a leading European banking platform first, starting with two of our home markets: Belgium and the Netherlands. We’re on a journey that’s centred around our customers, powered by technology and driven by smart, determined people. Our customers feel our people are empowering them to stay a step ahead in life and in business. We’re proud of that!
Would you like to work for a bank where respect, trust, honesty and responsibility are valued? Are sustainability, caring for others and thinking ahead all part of your DNA? Do you want to make a real difference for our customers thanks to our agile way of working? (see https://youtu.be/uXg6hG6FrG0)
Then read on, because ING might well be the employer you’re looking for.
Setting the standards for worldwide data governance
ING is rapidly transforming from a traditional bank into a next-generation digital bank, where everything revolves around data and smart data intelligence. The gathering, usage and governance of data is of the highest importance for a data driven culture – a cornerstone in our transformation. We are building a well-governed data lake that ensures data availability, common understanding of business terms, data quality is measured and issues are remediated, data is traceable and controlled in line with regulations: an ambitious implementation based on leading technology. It is not only about data: we deliver trust, respect, commitment and reliability. People empowering people with qualitative data products.
We seek an enthusiastic Data Governance Expert with a passion for data, knowledge and experience in data management to ensure that our new-generation data lake is optimally aligned with business requirements and terminology. You would work in a multidisciplinary team ('squad') called CDO Office together with Data Governance Officers and Data Quality specialists in the tribe Data Management to deliver a great business outcome.
ING Belgium and ING Netherlands have begun intensive cooperation. This means that you will have many contacts with employees of the Data Management tribe within Belgium and the Netherlands, with other tribes and with ING Group colleagues.
Your key responsibilities
You will work as the Data Governance Expert on BCBS239 within CDO Office and the following regulatory data obligations are part of your responsibilities:
Leading the BCBS239 gap analysis due to the mandatory extended BCBS239 scope to Finance in 2021
Building a roadmap towards compliance beyond 2021 and involving new departments (tribes) in scope
Scope, gap analysis, action plan and coordination for Data Management Minimum Standards (DMMS) Key Control Testing (KCT)
Creating reporting on the non-financial risk data roadmap
Create a periodical dashboard for steering and decision making in risk boards
Supporting the Safe Business Officer (SBO) and the CDO Office in resolving KCT / NFR issues
Who are we looking for:
A hands-on person with a “can do” mentality who is not afraid to set up collaborations, make decisions, set priorities and put them into action in a dynamic environment;
A critical thinker that is not afraid to challenge the business and move the organisation to a new maturity level in data driven decision making;
Experience with quickly learning about and familiarising yourself with different business domains;
Experience as a trusted adviser for BCBS239 related questions (the “go-to data person”);
Excellent verbal and written communication skills (in English);
Experience with working in an agile scrum environment; (nice to have)
Ability to mentor/teach/explain regulations subject matter to colleagues;
Good project / time management, and organisational skills;
Good attention to details;
Ability to multi-task, and to work under pressure with conflicting deadlines;
Ability to work in teams as well as work independently;
Creativity; the ability to come up with original and innovative ideas and solutions, to adopt points of view outside the usual parameters.
Ability to interview stakeholders with the ambition to deeply understand other perspectives and views in order to generate support;
Ability to speak fluent English (Dutch and French are a plus);
What we offer
A job from 36 to 40 hours per week and a unique offer suitable for these times. We take into account your home situation and your ambitions and help you to balance work and private life. Discover our employment benefits here: https://www.ing.jobs/netherlands/Why-ING/benefits.htm
To give you an idea, we will tell you about the benefits of working at ING:
A salary tailored to your qualities and experience
Flexible working hours and the possibility to work from home
A reimbursement for travel expenses
24 vacation days with a 36-hour working week
13th month salary
Individual Savings Contribution (BIS), 3.5% of your gross annual salary
8% Holiday payment
Personal growth and challenging work with opportunities to realise your ambitions
An informal working environment with innovative colleagues who strive for the very best
Progressive way of working according to the Agile method, so that new ideas come to life
If you have any questions, please reach out to the recruiter that is linked to this vacancy. Are you already sure that you are the Data Governance Expert on BCBS239 that we are looking for? Please apply with your resume and motivation, we would love to hear from you!