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Manager, Master Data Management, Victoria, Stemcell

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
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Manager, Master Data Management, Victoria, Stemcell
Canada, British Columbia, Victoria,
Published June 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Manager, master data management


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Do you live and breathe data? Are you looking to align and further your career in a purpose-driven company committed to enabling life science research? This is a critical role where you will lead a team to establish and promote best practices for data management and governance of STEMCELL’s operational master data.

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Duties and Responsibilities


Establishes and manages the Master Data Program for the maintenance and integrity of the organization's master data


Establishes and documents data governance policies, processes, and guidelines, working together with business teams to nurture a culture of accountability for complete and accurate data


Works with leaders of functional teams across the organization to improve the design and flow of data across teams


Leads, manages, coaches, develops and evaluates direct reports


Qualifications


Bachelor's degree in Data Science, Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration or a related field, or a combination of education and experience. Master’s degree, Change Management Certification, or PMP are assets


5+ years of Data Management experience at the enterprise level, working with the SAP S/4HANA system or similar, Experience with PIM or PXM systems considered an asset


3+ years of direct people management and leading delivery through others


This role requires being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as per STEMCELL’s vaccination policy, the current recommendations by local health authorities and as required by public health orders in place from time to time, including any COVID-19 boosters as recommended by local health authorities and as required by public health orders in place from time to time.

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STEMCELL Technologies Inc. is a privately-owned biotechnology company based in Vancouver that helps power leading-edge life science research around the world. Scientists performing stem cell, immunology, cancer, regenerative medicine and cellular therapy research are among those who rely on our cell culture media, cell separation products, instruments, ancillary reagents and contract assay services. We create novel, useful, standardized products of unfailing quality and deliver them to more than 70 countries via our many regional offices plus distribution centres in Vancouver, Seattle, Grenoble and Singapore. Driven by our love of science and our passion for quality, we see ourselves simply as “Scientists Helping Scientists” – standing by our customers to provide outstanding products, technical support and training. We have over 1000 science-oriented employees globally, including 250 PhDs/MScs, with most others holding a BSc or engineering degree. STEMCELL is proud to be the largest Biotechnology employer in Canada.

This is an opportunity to work with highly motivated colleagues in a science-oriented, creative and dynamic environment. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and significant career development opportunities.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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