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Dublin, Ireland | Permanent | Full time
The Group Data Modelling Team sits within the Group Data and Analytics Office (GDAO) within GTCS. We have responsibility for capturing and understanding the semantics of the data used by the Bank and organising that into Data Models that are understandable by Bank personnel. This enables us to establish common semantics across the contents of multiple reports and regulatory returns.
Data Models are produced at both Business and Technical levels. In particular, the Team manages the Business Data Model (BDM - an extensive logical model of the Bank's data and its inter-relationships) and also logical and physical models for the strategic Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW).
In order to build the models, it is vital that we accurately understand the data items used within the Bank. However, as in any large organisation, the same term may sometimes be used to refer to different items, and/or the same item may be referred to in different terms. The Enterprise Data Requirements Analyst works on the clarification of such as project data requirements, data specifications and source system content and ensures that they are expressed using agreed common semantics and unambiguous terminology.
What is the opportunity?
Working at Bank of Ireland doesn't have to mean working in an office to have an impact. Our commitment to enabling colleagues to thrive means that depending on role type you can have choice and flexibility in where you work and live, subject to your role, customer needs and our requirements. We have a hybrid working model, with home, agile hub and office based options available. We will always list a primary location which can be where you go for in person collaboration, and a location where you can best perform your role.
Please note you must live in the jurisdiction for the business to which you are contracted.
This job can be done anywhere in Republic of Ireland with the primary office location as Dublin to which travel will be required for in person teamwork. Exact frequency to be agreed with manager.
3rd level degree in suitable field such as computer science, Mathematics or similar.
Competency 1:Customer Focused - 1. Self
Competency 2:One Group, one team - 1. Self
Competency 3:Agile - 1. Self
Competency 4:Accountable - 1. Self
Competency 5:Champion Transformation - 1. Self
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles supplied to Bank of Ireland by Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted for this role.
Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce.
Our Competency model provides clarity to all colleagues on what's needed to deliver success and to achieve our Purpose – to enable our customers, our colleagues and communities to thrive. The competencies form a core part of our assessment process in recruitment...
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