Director, Data Strategy

o Overview o The Data Strategy team in the Data Strategy & Management organization (Chief Data Office) is responsible for developing and driving data strategies for the global product and services teams. The team ensures that Mastercard obtains and maintains the value of Mastercard's data assets as we build new products and services that collect, use or share data. o The Director, Data Strategy is responsible for implementing and coordinating processes and communications to align all of Mastercard's business unit's data strategies and related data-driven product development efforts. This role also will advance the data strategy for internal corporate functions and advise those functions regarding data issues. Role Director, Data Strategy o Develop and implement enterprise wide processes for the evaluation of data driven products. Draft necessary templates and guides to support those processes. Develop tracking methologies and information repositiories for the documents created in the course of that process. o Create communications and education to further the data product evaluation process, including a communications strategy. Implement the communication strategy in concert with the Data Strategy team. o Understand the information infrastructure and data needs for corporate functions, including Human Resources, Finance and Law and Franchise Integrity. Based on those requirements, Identify data-related process, policy, data acquisition and infrastructure requirements. o Develop frameworks to define parameters for the use, collection and sharing of the corporate functions' data sets taking into consideration the data, operational, reputational and partnership-related requirements for the corporate function. o Work with Data Strategy Leads, the Data Mangement team and O&T to develop a horizontal technology roadmap to build technological solutions for managing data that meet the needs of multiple business stakeholder groups. All About You o Experience building and implementing processes o Exceptional interpersonal skills with proven experience in relationship building and partnering. Must work well in both team and individual settings and must be able to work with a geographically dispersed team o Ability to motivate and influence highly skilled professionals to achieve major organizational goals o Ability to create strategies and plans that define how information can be utilized to support an organization's overall business strategy, and how that information and data is organized, and governed inside an organization o Strong analytic capabilities, and written and oral communication skills. Attention to detail is a must o Strong project management skills and a demonstrated ability to understand complex information product constructs o Familiarity with industry best practices for collection and use of data o Motivated self-starter with ability to excel at multi-tasking in a fast paced environment o Payments industry experiencepreferred or experience with equally complex systems R-72982
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