Position Description/Responsibilities (CCC/Vendor)
The EIM SME position is an Information Technology (IT) position and will be a part of the Enterprise Data Governance (EDG) team working in collaboration with the Center for Analytics and Decision Support (CADS) program within the Health and Human Services System’s business domain. The EIM SME has an excellent understanding of EIM principles, capabilities and practices. This individual has extensive experience and domain knowledge in the areas of Master Data Management, Reference Data, Data Quality, Metadata Management and Data Governance capabilities of EIM.
The EIM SME’s responsibilities may include:
- Providing subject-matter-expertise and management in Master Data Management and Data Quality.
- Managing deliverables of the functional teams, such as, Technical Design Documents or Data Models.
- Facilitating cross-functional discussions working groups.
- Identifying, defining, and communicating success factors.
- Supporting the development of scorecards to track performance of the Master Data Governance program.
- Partnering with IT to integrate MDM solutions for analytics and/ or operational purposes.
- Building business cases to support MDM efforts and adoption.
- Performing training and/or outreach on HIP efforts.
- Performing other duties as assigned.
Other Special Requirements:
- In submitting a resume for this solicitation, the vendor attests to their compliance with e-verify for the submitted candidate. E-verify requirements are outlined in Appendix A, Section P. Immigration, of the Standard Terms and Conditions for Information Technology Staff Augmentation Contract.
- Because of the nature of the information in the system that will be implemented, all entities must sign a Data Use Agreement (DUA) as a condition of employment. Face-to-face interview required.
Terms and Conditions: This position is subject to funding.
Position Requirements/Technical Skills (CCC/Vendor)
EIM Principles: architecture, sourcing, ETL, data modeling, pipelines and connectors, integration hubs, data access (SOA, API, SQL), platforms (traditional servers, cloud, hybrid), database types (traditional, proprietary MPP)
Excellent understanding of EIM principles, capabilities, and best practices with extensive experience and domain knowledge in the areas of Master Data Management, Reference Data, Data Quality, Metadata Management, and Data Governance capabilities
Previous experience managing Master Data Management and Data Governance deliverables of functional teams, such as Strategic plans/roadmaps, Frameworks, Technical Design Documents and/or Data Models
Establish Data Governance and stewardship organizations, define business policies and procedures defining governance (quality, integrity, access and security, backup/archiving), and define KPIs for measuring success, technical implementation.
Experience building MDM and Data Governance business cases to support MDM efforts and adoption and support the development of scorecards to track adoption and performance of the Master Data Governance
Facilitating cross-functional discussions with working groups and Identifying, defining, and communicating MDM and Data Governance success factors to technical teams, stakeholders and sponsors
Master Data Management, authoritative sources, update and security strategies and replication
Assessment & remediation of existing data, definition of quality and integrity rules, dependencies, ongoing testing (ETL, SQL, ad-hoc). Reporting
Metadata Management experience including business definitions, business processing rules, data lineage
Master Data Management experience, with a good understanding of MDM full-lifecycle concepts/techniques
Communication, analytical and interpersonal skills at all levels
Proven ability to work successfully with technical and non-technical groups and manage multiple responsibilities
Strong technical writing skills
Experience with Healthcare or Insurance business domain
Company Overview (CCC Only)
Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI) is an innovative solutions company managing engagements with numerous Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies. CAI is headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania with a staff of over 4,200 professionals working at locations around the world in a variety of industries. Our services leverage technology to provide outstanding customer experiences that generate new value for our clients, our employees, and our greater communities. CAI is building a culture of continued learning, support, and personal development in a collegial environment. We also strive to make a positive impact on our surrounding communities through various outreach programs. We make a positive difference for our associates and the communities in which we serve.Our mission: Provide industry-leading services and an incredible workplace for our associates, while making an impact on our communities. CAI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities will receive consideration and are encouraged to apply.
For more information on our professionals, services, and industries we support, please see our website www.compaid.com.