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        • solihull, west midlands
        • permanent
        • competitive
        • randstad inhouse services
        We are looking to recruit for a Head of Data Governance! Please see details below to see if this a suitable role for you. JOB PURPOSE Define, manage & monitor the local data management organisation and initiatives accordingly to BCBS 239, DPA18/GDPR and future relevant regulatory principles, championing and educating on these principles throughout the business. Promoting a "Know Your Data" (KYD) culture to ensure all relevant decisions are taken in full awareness of their impacts.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The Data Governance team are part of Data and Analytics Office team whose responsibilities cover:Developing the local data strategy in line with BNP PF & Global strategyDefine, manage & monitor Data Governance principles in the organisation, supporting Data Protection implementations and monitoring of and intervention in other initiatives accordingly to DPA18/GDPR, BCBS 239 and relevant other principlesSet the strategic vision and direction on data qualityDefine and monitor appropriate controls including data integrity & data privacyBe the experts on data Regulation:Key contributor to BNP PF BCBS 239 initiativesEnsuring in line with GDPR requirementsSupporting the business by coordinating and owning some of the framework(s) for the Record of Processing Activity (ROPA), Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), Data Management Compliant Labels and similar processes as required.Instilling a data first culture and building key relationships with business stakeholdersChampioning, growing awareness and knowledge of data privacy & protection, governance and complianceSupport the CDAO in owning and authoring the Data Governance Framework and its associated committees, sub frameworks and structures.Set the strategic vision and direction on Data & data qualityDefine & set up the organisation for data quality management & controlsEnsuing a data quality management framework is adhered to at all timesCarry out risk assessments on data within the organisation & provide recommendations for improvementProactively identify where policies are missing and work with the business areas to develop & implement theseMaintaining a transversal view on each critical data element along its data lifecycleOverseeing the management of the data flow/control documentation and lineagesKey contributor to BNP PF BCBS 239, GDPR and similar regulatory initiatives. With specific reference to the delivery of the Data Management domain and the achievement of buy in to Data Governance structures throughout the organisation, and the strategic alignment of these structures with PF group and Global Group.ITLiaise with IT on the optimal data storage, IT infrastructure in line with BNPPF Data StrategyData RegulationBe the first line expert on data RegulationBe aware of all data regulations impacting BNPPF and provide initial guidance, recommendation, remedial plans and controls to ensure that BNPPF implementations are aligned with our regulatory aims.Understand key elements of compliance & develop practical frameworks to ensure those relating to the perimeter are met.Working closely with Data Protection Correspondent (second line) and legal to ensure alignment across all aspects of data governance Project / Project ManagementActively contribute to complex projects; manging overall schedule, work stream and tasks. Orientating the project to deliver maximum business benefit whilst adhering to the Data Governance, Protection and Management principles.Support the delivery of the wider data strategy & analytics vision of BNPPFWork as an internal consultant across all analytical groups & business areas providing advice & support on programming efficiency, data infrastructure, data integrity, system recommendations and technical approaches to maintain controls / validationPeopleLine management & coaching responsibilities for other members of the Data Governance team and indirectly the wider members of the Data ChampionsWider training in the organisation including in own initiatives.Provide direction, leadership and training in all aspects of data quality & data management frameworksIdentify and eliminate any knowledge traps or single point of failureIdentify strategic opportunities to drive efficiency and cost reduction through effective use of resource, data & process automationAbility of working with and influencing the Senior Management Team
        We are looking to recruit for a Head of Data Governance! Please see details below to see if this a suitable role for you. JOB PURPOSE Define, manage & monitor the local data management organisation and initiatives accordingly to BCBS 239, DPA18/GDPR and future relevant regulatory principles, championing and educating on these principles throughout the business. Promoting a "Know Your Data" (KYD) culture to ensure all relevant decisions are taken in full awareness of their impacts.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The Data Governance team are part of Data and Analytics Office team whose responsibilities cover:Developing the local data strategy in line with BNP PF & Global strategyDefine, manage & monitor Data Governance principles in the organisation, supporting Data Protection implementations and monitoring of and intervention in other initiatives accordingly to DPA18/GDPR, BCBS 239 and relevant other principlesSet the strategic vision and direction on data qualityDefine and monitor appropriate controls including data integrity & data privacyBe the experts on data Regulation:Key contributor to BNP PF BCBS 239 initiativesEnsuring in line with GDPR requirementsSupporting the business by coordinating and owning some of the framework(s) for the Record of Processing Activity (ROPA), Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), Data Management Compliant Labels and similar processes as required.Instilling a data first culture and building key relationships with business stakeholdersChampioning, growing awareness and knowledge of data privacy & protection, governance and complianceSupport the CDAO in owning and authoring the Data Governance Framework and its associated committees, sub frameworks and structures.Set the strategic vision and direction on Data & data qualityDefine & set up the organisation for data quality management & controlsEnsuing a data quality management framework is adhered to at all timesCarry out risk assessments on data within the organisation & provide recommendations for improvementProactively identify where policies are missing and work with the business areas to develop & implement theseMaintaining a transversal view on each critical data element along its data lifecycleOverseeing the management of the data flow/control documentation and lineagesKey contributor to BNP PF BCBS 239, GDPR and similar regulatory initiatives. With specific reference to the delivery of the Data Management domain and the achievement of buy in to Data Governance structures throughout the organisation, and the strategic alignment of these structures with PF group and Global Group.ITLiaise with IT on the optimal data storage, IT infrastructure in line with BNPPF Data StrategyData RegulationBe the first line expert on data RegulationBe aware of all data regulations impacting BNPPF and provide initial guidance, recommendation, remedial plans and controls to ensure that BNPPF implementations are aligned with our regulatory aims.Understand key elements of compliance & develop practical frameworks to ensure those relating to the perimeter are met.Working closely with Data Protection Correspondent (second line) and legal to ensure alignment across all aspects of data governance Project / Project ManagementActively contribute to complex projects; manging overall schedule, work stream and tasks. Orientating the project to deliver maximum business benefit whilst adhering to the Data Governance, Protection and Management principles.Support the delivery of the wider data strategy & analytics vision of BNPPFWork as an internal consultant across all analytical groups & business areas providing advice & support on programming efficiency, data infrastructure, data integrity, system recommendations and technical approaches to maintain controls / validationPeopleLine management & coaching responsibilities for other members of the Data Governance team and indirectly the wider members of the Data ChampionsWider training in the organisation including in own initiatives.Provide direction, leadership and training in all aspects of data quality & data management frameworksIdentify and eliminate any knowledge traps or single point of failureIdentify strategic opportunities to drive efficiency and cost reduction through effective use of resource, data & process automationAbility of working with and influencing the Senior Management Team
        • solihull, west midlands
        • contract
        • £754 - £755 per day
        • randstad inhouse services
        The Project Manager role is to deliver project deliverables by actively managing risks and delivering to specified timescales, budget and quality, to achieve the benefits defined within the business case. Projects allocated are from business wide programmes of change within the company's Finance UK Strategic Portfolio. The Project Manager acts on behalf of the Project Steering Group and has the authority to run the project on a day-to-day basis, within the constraints and tolerances laid down by the Group and Programme Management Office (PMO). Project Management and Project Governance:Follow the company's Finance UK Project Management Methodology and use standard project templates to produce various key project management documents, providing feedback to improve templatesIdentify external and internal resources needed by the project and ensure they are secured and efficiently deployedProduce a project plan and maintain it by monitoring project or work stream activities to the plan, taking corrective actions if necessary where the overall project is unlikely to deliver its agreed outcome and results to achieve its benefitsNotify Project Sponsor, Project Steering Group and PMO of any deviations (outside of tolerances) to the plan and identify and take corrective actionsReview and accept work packages developed throughout the project lifecycle Man manage the project teams or work streams on a day to day basis to ensure required products are produced and delivered as specified/defined via the work packages or work assigned to ensure specific project deliverables are delivered as agreedLiaise with and hold checkpoint meetings with project / work stream team plus clients, partners, third parties and stakeholders, ensuring an effective and professional customer/provider relationship is established and maintained Identify, assess and manage project or work stream risks including contingency planningManage project or work stream issues including implementation of corrective actions, escalating high impact onesManage changes to scope, quality, plan and costs as agreed and ensure configuration management processes are adhered toConduct risk assessments at key points within the project lifecycle (at a minimum during the initiation stage and prior to implementation stage starting upEnsure risks and issues regarding production of project or work stream products and completion of work packages are identified and dealt with efficiently and effectivelyManage the project budget to achieve the Business Case and highlight under and over spends outside of agreed tolerances to the Finance Department in order for the appropriate accounting actions to take placePrepare status reports, specialist reports and exception reports as necessary Make key decisions on behalf of the company, taking direction from the Project Sponsor and Project Steering Group, plus advice from various Business and Technical Managers, plus Head of Business Transformation, who are key stakeholders for the assigned projectsEnsure the project teams follow the LUK Project Management Methodology and ensure project governance is adhered to in order for the project to be delivered to time, cost quality, scope, risks and benefitsManage interdependencies and interfaces between the various work streams of the projectBe aware of the impact of other projects and advise any issues, risks or conflicts Be aware of any other projects that the company are planning or have underway, look at scheduling and advise the business of any changes to the expected delivery dates or any impacts as a result of cross dependencies and interactionsResponsible for adhering to Programme and Project Office governance as directed and defined by the company's Personal Finance UK PMO.If you are interested in this role then please click apply.
        The Project Manager role is to deliver project deliverables by actively managing risks and delivering to specified timescales, budget and quality, to achieve the benefits defined within the business case. Projects allocated are from business wide programmes of change within the company's Finance UK Strategic Portfolio. The Project Manager acts on behalf of the Project Steering Group and has the authority to run the project on a day-to-day basis, within the constraints and tolerances laid down by the Group and Programme Management Office (PMO). Project Management and Project Governance:Follow the company's Finance UK Project Management Methodology and use standard project templates to produce various key project management documents, providing feedback to improve templatesIdentify external and internal resources needed by the project and ensure they are secured and efficiently deployedProduce a project plan and maintain it by monitoring project or work stream activities to the plan, taking corrective actions if necessary where the overall project is unlikely to deliver its agreed outcome and results to achieve its benefitsNotify Project Sponsor, Project Steering Group and PMO of any deviations (outside of tolerances) to the plan and identify and take corrective actionsReview and accept work packages developed throughout the project lifecycle Man manage the project teams or work streams on a day to day basis to ensure required products are produced and delivered as specified/defined via the work packages or work assigned to ensure specific project deliverables are delivered as agreedLiaise with and hold checkpoint meetings with project / work stream team plus clients, partners, third parties and stakeholders, ensuring an effective and professional customer/provider relationship is established and maintained Identify, assess and manage project or work stream risks including contingency planningManage project or work stream issues including implementation of corrective actions, escalating high impact onesManage changes to scope, quality, plan and costs as agreed and ensure configuration management processes are adhered toConduct risk assessments at key points within the project lifecycle (at a minimum during the initiation stage and prior to implementation stage starting upEnsure risks and issues regarding production of project or work stream products and completion of work packages are identified and dealt with efficiently and effectivelyManage the project budget to achieve the Business Case and highlight under and over spends outside of agreed tolerances to the Finance Department in order for the appropriate accounting actions to take placePrepare status reports, specialist reports and exception reports as necessary Make key decisions on behalf of the company, taking direction from the Project Sponsor and Project Steering Group, plus advice from various Business and Technical Managers, plus Head of Business Transformation, who are key stakeholders for the assigned projectsEnsure the project teams follow the LUK Project Management Methodology and ensure project governance is adhered to in order for the project to be delivered to time, cost quality, scope, risks and benefitsManage interdependencies and interfaces between the various work streams of the projectBe aware of the impact of other projects and advise any issues, risks or conflicts Be aware of any other projects that the company are planning or have underway, look at scheduling and advise the business of any changes to the expected delivery dates or any impacts as a result of cross dependencies and interactionsResponsible for adhering to Programme and Project Office governance as directed and defined by the company's Personal Finance UK PMO.If you are interested in this role then please click apply.
        • solihull, west midlands
        • permanent
        • £40,000 - £50,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        SEEKING A CATEGORY BUYEROUR GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIESYOUR PERSONAL JOURNEYWhat gets you out of bed in the morning? For us, it's driving positive change and we're looking for like-minded people with energy and a can do attitude to join our winning team.Are you looking for that next step in your career journey and like the sound of working in a dynamic and exciting team that's part of a growing consumer finance business and global bank? Like what you hear? Then read on…The roleOur Procurement team are responsible for the end to end management of suppliers within BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK. This ranges from sourcing and on-boarding through to the day-to-day management of the contractual and commercial relationship. The Category Buyer will work with the business and the Procurement team to conduct procurement activities in line with internal Policy, best professional practice and agreed contracts.This opportunity would suit a Buyer or Junior Buyer, who is looking for a varied role as a next step in their career.You'll engage with stakeholders to understand demand and build appropriate sourcing strategies for all procurement activity, providing appropriate advice and support. This role will also see you lead RFx processes, identify cost drivers and levers in order to deliver both value and cash savings; managing allocated category spend effectively, identifying opportunities and developing strategies to implement improvements and reduce costs.Working with the wider business, you'll co-ordinate and collaborate with specialist business areas to ensure all supplier due diligence is carried out in line with internal Policy, all legislative and regulatory requirements are met, and work is carried out in line with professional best practice.Could this be you?We believe it's a positive attitude and passion to make things happen that matters most. Here's what else we're looking for:- Direct or Indirect Category buying experience - Experience working within the RFx process- Commercial acumen- Good understanding of contract law- Cost leverage and optimisation skills- Negotiation and problem-solving skills- Stakeholders management skills; at all levels of seniority - Self-starter, able to work proactively, both independently or as part of a team to achieve a common goal- Excellent verbal and written communication skills- Highly numerateIdeally you'll also have:- Practice of procurement in an FCA-regulated context- IT procurement experience- MCIPS or equivalent, or working towardsOur cultureWe understand that next step in your career journey is an important one. We also know it's all about the people as they are the ones that make our business the success it is. That's why we provide colleagues with opportunities to make great things happen in an open and exclusive environment.Our culture is innovative, collaborative and fun; we challenge everyone to make a difference for colleagues, customers, partners and our community.Being part of the BNP Paribas global banking group means you're part of something big; with plenty of opportunities to take on additional responsibilities and make a real difference.We offerAs you'd expect from being a global banking group, we can give you an award winning benefits package that gives you flexibility to choose your benefits based on what's important to you. We also offer flexible working patterns, a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, plus life insurance and private medical insurance, not to mention the all-important 25 days holiday each year to enjoy.Is there a fit?If you're interested in joining our dynamic and growing team, then we'd love to hear from you.
        SEEKING A CATEGORY BUYEROUR GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIESYOUR PERSONAL JOURNEYWhat gets you out of bed in the morning? For us, it's driving positive change and we're looking for like-minded people with energy and a can do attitude to join our winning team.Are you looking for that next step in your career journey and like the sound of working in a dynamic and exciting team that's part of a growing consumer finance business and global bank? Like what you hear? Then read on…The roleOur Procurement team are responsible for the end to end management of suppliers within BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK. This ranges from sourcing and on-boarding through to the day-to-day management of the contractual and commercial relationship. The Category Buyer will work with the business and the Procurement team to conduct procurement activities in line with internal Policy, best professional practice and agreed contracts.This opportunity would suit a Buyer or Junior Buyer, who is looking for a varied role as a next step in their career.You'll engage with stakeholders to understand demand and build appropriate sourcing strategies for all procurement activity, providing appropriate advice and support. This role will also see you lead RFx processes, identify cost drivers and levers in order to deliver both value and cash savings; managing allocated category spend effectively, identifying opportunities and developing strategies to implement improvements and reduce costs.Working with the wider business, you'll co-ordinate and collaborate with specialist business areas to ensure all supplier due diligence is carried out in line with internal Policy, all legislative and regulatory requirements are met, and work is carried out in line with professional best practice.Could this be you?We believe it's a positive attitude and passion to make things happen that matters most. Here's what else we're looking for:- Direct or Indirect Category buying experience - Experience working within the RFx process- Commercial acumen- Good understanding of contract law- Cost leverage and optimisation skills- Negotiation and problem-solving skills- Stakeholders management skills; at all levels of seniority - Self-starter, able to work proactively, both independently or as part of a team to achieve a common goal- Excellent verbal and written communication skills- Highly numerateIdeally you'll also have:- Practice of procurement in an FCA-regulated context- IT procurement experience- MCIPS or equivalent, or working towardsOur cultureWe understand that next step in your career journey is an important one. We also know it's all about the people as they are the ones that make our business the success it is. That's why we provide colleagues with opportunities to make great things happen in an open and exclusive environment.Our culture is innovative, collaborative and fun; we challenge everyone to make a difference for colleagues, customers, partners and our community.Being part of the BNP Paribas global banking group means you're part of something big; with plenty of opportunities to take on additional responsibilities and make a real difference.We offerAs you'd expect from being a global banking group, we can give you an award winning benefits package that gives you flexibility to choose your benefits based on what's important to you. We also offer flexible working patterns, a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, plus life insurance and private medical insurance, not to mention the all-important 25 days holiday each year to enjoy.Is there a fit?If you're interested in joining our dynamic and growing team, then we'd love to hear from you.

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