ING is rapidly becoming increasingly data driven. We are data pioneers. What about you?
As an industry-leading bank, ING is redefining banking.
There has never been a more interesting time to work at ING. Our huge source of customer data provides extremely valuable information. Adhering to regulatory requirements, we use that information to make a real difference for our customers, empowering them to stay a step ahead financially, in life and in business. Data helps us to develop products that are optimally tailored to customer needs, to make the right business decisions and to drive innovation.
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’re on a journey that’s centred around our customers, powered by technology and driven by smart, determined people. ING is a bank where we value respect, trust, honesty and responsibility. Is sustainability, caring for others and thinking ahead all part of your DNA? Do you want to make a difference for our customers thanks to our agile way of working? (see https://youtu.be/uXg6hG6FrG0). If so, this might well be the opportunity within ING you’re looking for.
The tribe Data Management NL
Together with data owners and data stewards in the organisation, we ensure that data is defined, can be easily exchanged, the data quality is monitored, and the data lake is set up according to security and privacy standards. We capture data from all business lines, prepare, process and deliver the data on need-to-know basis to important users like Finance, Risk, Investments, Mortgages, Analytics, ING Group and more. Our teams (squads) are located in The Netherlands and Romania and are working closely together with the Belgium Data Management tribe.
For our CDO Office squad, which supports our Chief Data Officer, we are looking for an enthusiastic Data Quality Officer with a passion for data, knowledge, and who has experience in data management, and will help us ensure that our data lake is optimally aligned with business requirements and terminology.
Roles and Responsibilities
Collaborate closely with business and IT stakeholders in order to gather their data governance requirements, to understand their data, their (meta) data needs and business context
Work on the data governance strategy and roadmap, aligned with the Chief Data Officer
Set requirements for data quality, data lineage and other relevant aspects for business terms and data assets
Initiate data management improvements, set data quality, data issue remediation guidelines and standards
Develop and implement data quality framework, policies and standards and monitor and control the data governance framework, policy and standards
Collaborate with the Metadata Modeler, Data Lineage, Data Definitions and Data Governance Officer in order to improve the current way of working
Guide and coach others in the field of data management, such as data stewards in the business domains, and encourages the organization to become ‘data minded’
Support CDO in the data councils
Define and report on indicators of performance and quality metrics
Define long term meta data strategy and capabilities
We are looking for
A colleague with a talent for taking it on and making it happen, enthusiasm for helping others to be successful and a knack for always being a step ahead. In other words, you strive to bring fresh ideas to life and embrace challenges in a fast changing and complex environment. You are a naturally collaborative person who listens and invests in others to achieve common goals. You love to challenge the status quo and are eager to propose creative solutions to problems. You have a passion for data, sense for accuracy and walk the talk.
Your profile and skills
Deep knowledge of and expertise on data governance, quality frameworks, policies and standards
Good understanding of business and technology issues related to management of information assets
Knowledge of data management related regulatory requirements (such as GDPR, BCBS239)
Broad knowledge and deep practical experience with data quality, data lineage, data security, data privacy, data lifecycle management, data issue remediation and other data-governance practices
Knowledge and experience with (meta) data modelling techniques and the development of conceptual, logical and dimensional data models and the safeguarding of their interdependence
Strong conceptual and analytical skill to make the right modelling choices
Excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing, to be able to align with various stakeholders
Excellent command of English in word and writing to define business terms
An enthusiastic personality and inclusive mindset
A connection with the Agile way of working in multidisciplinary teams
Experience in the financial services industry
How to succeed
We hire smart people like you for your potential. Our biggest expectation is that you’ll stay curious. Keep learning. Take on responsibility. In return, we’ll back you to develop into an even more awesome version of yourself.
ING offers you a job from 36 to 40 hours that fits in with the times of today. We take into account your home situation and your ambitions and help you to balance work and private life. Therefore, you will work 50-50 from home and at the office. Amongst others, benefits of working at ING are:
Salary tailored to your qualities and experience
13th month salary
8% Holiday payment
3,5% of your gross annual salary as Individual Savings Contribution (BIS)
24 vacation days with a 36-hour working week, or 27 when working 40 hours a week
1,5 days of paid leave per year to celebrate those (religious or non-religious) holidays that are important to you
2 collective days off per year as agreed in our collective labour agreement
Personal budget to create a working environment at home
Personal budget for a mobile phone
Reimbursement for travel expenses
Pension scheme cared for by ING
Personal growth and challenging work with endless possibilities to realise your ambitions
An informal and inclusive working environment with innovative colleagues
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 one that the tribe Data Management NL is looking for? Please apply with your resume and remember to include your motivation. We would love to hear from you!