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Information Architect/Data Modeler, Data Governance (0000HMP5_Depew)

Business and Financial Operations




Depew, New York, United States

Job description

At HSBC, the health and well-being of our employees remains of utmost importance. Many of our roles are permitted to work from home (in states in which HSBC is licensed to operate) until further notice. Upon resumption of normal operations, this role may be performed at our New York City, New York; Depew, New York or Arlington Heights, Illinois office.

The Information Architect / Data Modeler, Data Governance is accountable for supporting the Catalogue & Definition functional group in the US Data and Architecture Office (USDAO). The role will work closely with the Data Modeling Lead to ensure consistent implementation of the data modeling process, including data identification, prioritization and documentation. The Data Modeler will be responsible for overseeing the development and maintenance of semantic data models and metadata requirements that extend, modify, and link to the Firm's enterprise Business Information Model.

Role responsibilities

As the Information Architect / Data Modeler, you will represent DAO in all matters related to Data Modeling and will:

  • Actively engage with DAO, Line of Business, and other stakeholders to identify and define business processes and associated metadata, systems, and system lineage.
  • Map data sets, data elements, as well as logical and physical data models, to the Business Information Model.
  • Define and manage business vocabularies, taxonomies, and definitions; monitor completeness and quality of critical metadata.
  • Own and drive extensions and modifications to the enterprise Business Information Model, including semantic data modeling.
  • Obtain data governance approval for changes to the Business Information Model.
  • Refine and implement data modeling standards, tools, best practices, and related techniques.
  • Assist in driving a consistent data management approach across the US.