Sr. Master Data Services Manager

Mountaire Farms
Baltimore, MD
United States
Job Description

Primary Purpose

Work with business leaders across Mountaire with the responsibility for developing and implementing a data governance framework to ensure the accuracy, completeness and consistency of data across the organization. The successful candidate will work closely with stakeholders to identify data quality issues, implement data standards, and establish policies and procedures to ensure compliance with relevant regulations. This position will develop processes to collect and maintain a current inventory of the information assets made available to IT and business partners. The role will oversee assignment of the data governance definition/glossaries to the physical data assets across the enterprise and demonstrate data lineage. This role will assist with data mappings, data modeling, data profiling, query design, data flow design, data strategy, and data governance between multiple databases across multiple platforms. Analyze data quality and own master data (MD) documentation.

Major Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Works directly with multiple departments to provide reporting expertise combined with master data and technical knowledge for optimizing, maintaining, and implementing data governance framework and procedures.

  2. Manages processes of data stewards and data subject matter experts (SMEs) and stays abreast of industry advancements. Develops and delivers data governance training programs.

  3. Collaborates with IT teams to design and implement data governance tools and technologies.

  4. Monitors compliance with data governance policies and procedures. Ensures compliance with relevant regulatory requirements.

  5. Protects company reporting assets and maintains network and server security.


  • Bachelor's degree in a related subject matter field required.

  • 5+ years' experience in data governance, data management or related field.

  • Experience developing and implementing data governance frameworks.

  • Knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements (e.g., General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)).