Role Summary

The Offer Data Specialist is part of the “Offer Data & Asset Governance and Competency center” aiming to ensure that SE is able to deliver efficiently accurate, consistent and high-quality offer data in various formats thanks to “Data Reusability by design”.
The Offer Data Specialist aims to define / manage the best offer data taxonomy (offer data model), ensure consistency of the “SE Taxonomy” across entities and the consistency with the international data standards such IEC CDD, ETIM & ECLASS.

Responsibilities

Manage & validate all changes in the Schneider Electric Taxonomy & Dictionary.
Ease convergence and alignment of the SE Taxonomy with international data standards (mainly IEC CDD, ETIM & ECLASS)
Optimize SE Taxonomy by effectively articulating knowledge for technical data model design decisions and strategically incorporated NoE member feedbacks to produce the highest quality data models.
Work with Offer Data teams to ensure that they understand and fully comply with
Taxonomy principles, data quality standards, and governance guidelines.
Train / Mentor Data Architect and provide “expert” support to Business Units based in France, USA and China.
Specify in close relationship with concerned Product Owner all tools & solutions linked to taxonomy management and data standard management.

Qualifications

Experience & Key Skills:

Data management
Good exposure to Data Modelling, Data taxonomy, Data ontology
Electro-technical knowledge
Microsoft Office, SQL
Fluent in English
Offer Data Standards such ETIM, ECLASS, IDW, IEC CDD, …
Knowledge in PIM and/or Master Data Management system

Personal Qualities & Behavioral Traits

Ability to work in a multicultural and complex environment (functional and organizational)
Autonomous & proactive
Excellent communication & strong presentation Skills.
Good team player

Academic & Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree or Master Degree in Electrical or Electronics Engineering
5+ years’ experience of relevant experience
Experience in Data management

 

Location: Gurgaon
Company: Schneider Electric

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