Data-Managerin / Data-Manager Open Government Data (OGD)

  • Standeskanzlei Graubünden
  • Graubündner Kantonalbank, Hauptsitz Chur Postplatz, Postfach, Chur, Switzerland
  • 09/07/2024
Full time Data Science Data Analytics Data Management Biostatistics Data Warehouse

Job Description

Data-Managerin / Data-Manager Open Government Data (OGD)

Office for Economic Affairs and Tourism | 80-100% | Chur

Together for Graubünden
Switzerland's only trilingual canton is economically, culturally and politically diverse. At 7106 km², Graubünden is the largest canton in Switzerland and offers a high quality of life with 150 valleys, 615 lakes, 140 holiday resorts and countless days of sunshine per year. The cantonal administration of Graubünden is just as diverse as our landscape. Bring your unique skills and work with us to shape the future of the cantonal administration of Graubünden.

The Data & Statistics department in the Office for Business and Tourism compiles public statistics and develops topic-based, economically relevant fundamentals for the canton of Graubünden. The department is also currently setting up data management for the operation of Open Government Data (OGD) in the cantonal administration. In its role and with its existing data expertise, the team acts as an important link between politics, administration, the public, business and science. We are looking for a Data Manager
Open Government Data (OGD) immediately or by arrangement .

Your area of ​​responsibility

  • Participation in the development and operation of the OGD offering in cooperation with the partners involved.
  • Maintenance and publication of data on OGD platforms as well as description of the same with standardized metadata.
  • Identification of the data sets to be published (roadmap) together with the various data owners in the departments of the cantonal administration.
  • Establishment of processes and standards for data collection, quality and security as well as for data management.
  • Collaboration with internal and external partners as well as other interest and specialist groups to promote and further develop the OGD offering (OGD – community and network).

This is what we want from you

  • College or university degree in business, information management, data science or a related field.
  • Good knowledge and experience in handling and processing data.
  • Very good written and spoken German skills, good knowledge of English, other cantonal languages ​​​​an advantage.
  • Basic knowledge of Python, R, CKAN, SPARQL and API is an advantage.
  • Analytical thinking and attention to detail with a results-oriented approach.
  • Innovative and independent personality who enjoys working in a team and loves challenges.

our advantages

Flexible working time models and where possible including home office and mobile working

Work-life balance with at least 5 weeks of vacation and seniority leave

Special social allowance in addition to the child allowance and support for third-party childcare

Attractive wages and social benefits

Diverse training and further education opportunities

Opportunity to help shape the future of the canton

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Office for Economy and Tourism
Ringstrasse 10
7001 Chur