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We are the Good Hands. We dont follow the trends. We set them.Job Summary:
The Data Librarian will partner with the Data Management, Reference Data, Data Structures, Information Architecture, and Decision Modeling teams to establish and manage the Decision Glossary, including:
- Development and enforcement of the methods and standards of data governance
- Maintenance and management of the business glossary terms and metadata
- Mapping of Fact Types (glossary terms) to data model definitions and data structures
- Usage of code domains within Fact Types
- Implementation/synchronization of the glossary across various metadata and modeling repositories
- Collaboration within the Glossary Administration Community of Practice
- Build, manage, and maintain the Decision Glossary
- Set naming standard for concepts and fact types in the glossary
- Set the glossary defaults for communities across the enterprise
- Review fact types submitted by the modeling teams for compliance with naming and usage standards and provide approval or guidance on remediation
- Complete and maintain the metadata of fact types
- Coordinate with teams on the mapping of fact types to enterprise data models
- Work with Reference Data, Data Structures, and Information Architecture to coordinate and integrate governance and control procedures over the Decision Glossary and other data management systems
- Facilitate use of code domains, ensuring compliance with standards established by Reference Data
- Collaborate on the addition of values to existing domains and creation of new code sets by flagging issues and sharing needs
- Serve as liaison between Decision Modeling and Data Structures to assist with model mapping to the Common Information Model
- Collaborate with the Decision Modeling Teams
- Support the decision modeling team with review of models, providing guidance on fact type usage patterns and naming conventions
- Continuously maintain glossary standards and practices with the decision modeling team
- Participate in the governance and oversight processes of the modeling team
- Engage in Training
- Maintain professional standards by participating in ongoing professional development and contribute to the professional development of team members
- Provide training to project teams in the use of the glossary and naming /mapping of fact types
Education and Experience
- 0 - 2 years of related experience in the field of glossary management, metadata management, or librarianship would be considered a major advantage
- Bachelor's Degree in Information Sciences, Engineering, Library Science, or Data Management is preferred, and an advanced degree is a plus
- Strong, proven language and grammar skills
- Object, relationship, and data modeling
- XML/JSON file management
- Experience with taxonomy/ontology creation and management
Compensation offered for this role is$48,000.00-$73,875.00 per yearand is based on experience and qualifications.
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
Good Work. Good Life. Good Hands.
As a Fortune 100 company and industry leader, we provide a competitive salary but thats just the beginning. Our Total Rewards package also offers benefits like tuition assistance, medical and dental insurance, as well as a robust pension and 401(k). Plus, youll have access to a wide variety of programs to help you balance your work and personal life -- including a generous paid time off policy.For a full description of Allstates benefits, visit allstate.jobs/benefits/
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