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2018-08-082018-09-08

Information Governance Information Architect, Taxonomist Sr. Associate

PwC
New York, NY 10002
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Job Description
Businesses today are confronted daily by corruption, fraud and other unplanned events. Our growing Advisory Forensics Services practice delivers clarity and confidence to prevent, respond to and remediate our clients complex legal, regulatory and economic crime challenges
- whether in one country or worldwide. With a strong Forensics presence in more than 75 countries, we thrive on dealing with the most complex problems and that can mean investigating allegations of fraud or corruption, assisting to resolve disputes, addressing regulatory anxieties or responding to threats.

Our Forensics Services practice possess a combination of both forensic technology and accounting professionals in offering clients a unilateral advantage in investigating issues that extend across borders or that afflict multinational organizations.

With advanced technology solutions and data preservation techniques, we analyze your information to provide you with answers to the who, what, and when of investigations and other complex, high-risk situations.

Our Digital Forensics and eDiscovery team helps clients protect opportunities in today's evolving business landscape operating over 14 global centers and 60 forensic labs. Our team employs a comprehensive investigative approach driven by its high tech crime investigators and advanced analytic capabilities to solve our clients most challenging issues in a defensible manner suitable for presentation in a court of law. We apply advanced, strategic approaches to assist our clients with complex information management and analysis challenges by combining data analytics techniques, sophisticated technology tools, and information management principles to help our clients make well-informed decisions.

Businesses today are harnessing the power of data like never before. Organizations are generating exponentially growing data sets to fuel analytical insights that help them to disrupt markets, drive differentiation, and stay ahead of the competition.

But this increasing volume of data creates significant operational, reputational, and financial challenges and risks.

Whether its adopting new technologies, fostering a knowledge sharing culture, seeking to comply with data-focused regulations, or protecting data in a borderless enterprise, these data-related challenges and risks leave no organization untouched.



At the core of these issues is an ability to help organizations better understand their data such that they can realize its full potential while, at the same time, mitigate its inherit risks.

Our Forensic Services Information Governance practice applies cutting-edge Information Science and Information Governance techniques to help our Clients tackle their biggest data problems.

We thrive in helping multi-national companies develop, implement, and operate Information Governance strategies, programs, and solutions. Our Information Governance practitioners help organizations not only prepare for and emerge stronger from crisis events, but drive fit-for-growth, workforce enhancement, and digital transformation efforts.

Position/Program Requirements
Minimum Year(s) of Experience: 5


Minimum Degree Required: Bachelor's degree


Degree Preferred: Bachelor's degree or Master's degree Degree(s) Preferred: Bachelors Degree in Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related; Library and Information Sciences (MLIS), Management Information Systems; Masters Degree in Information Management or related.


Knowledge Preferred:

Demonstrates thorough knowledge and/or a proven record of success following industry-leading Information Governance and Information Science related solutions, including:

- Understanding of content management and indexing technologies and their implementation of taxonomy and metadata concepts;
- Understanding of how implementation of taxonomy and metadata concepts can support information retrieval and analyzing various taxonomy development and implementation approaches, developing benefits and trade-off analyses, and proposing a recommendation; and,
- Demonstrating industry experience in Financial Services, Technology, Energy/Utilities, Media & Entertainment, Hospitality, Law Firm or Corporate Legal.


Skills Preferred:

Demonstrates thorough abilities and/or a proven record of success developing and implementing industry-leading Information Governance and Information Science related solutions, including:

- Designing and implementing cataloging, classification, information architecture, and/or knowledge management principles;
- Implementing content management, document management, and/or records management solutions including SharePoint (Online, 2016, 2013), OpenText Documentum, iManage, Hyland Onbase, or similar solutions;
- Implementing search indexing capabilities;
- Developing onotology strategies, designing and implementing ontologies;
- Demonstrating experience with controlled vocabulary management solutions including practical configuration and usage for taxonomy/onotology management (Synaptica, TopBraid TopQuadrant, Smartlogic Semaphore)
- Implementing Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools;
- Demonstrating research skills and the ability to gather information and metrics to make informed decisions;
- Planning and conducting user research and analyzing results to help improve user experience;
- Critical thinking and analytical skills;
- Utilizing advanced time management and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize, manage and balance projects for self and others;
- Demonstrating project management capabilities;
- Communicating through writing, presenting and facilitating cogently at all levels with internal and client teams;
- Demonstrating the ability to self-motivate and self-manage while also acting as a team player supporting the central team priorities and roadmap.




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