Information & Data Governance Officer (a)

  • Kanton Luzern
  • Hybrid (Lucerne, Switzerland)
  • 01/02/2024
Full time Data Science Data Analytics Data Management Data Governance

Job Description

Lucerne | 80% - 100% | Home office possible

Your tasks

  • Build the information governance department in the canton of Lucerne on a greenfield site.
  • In the newly created position, you will work with the departments to develop and establish standards and procedures for data management and define responsibilities.
  • You integrate the concerns of information security, data protection and records management into the structure of information governance.
  • In exchange with experts in the information governance environment, you will further expand your know-how and implement best practices.

your profile

  • You are enthusiastic about topics such as data maturity, open government data, data rooms, AI governance, the once-only principle and data science.
  • You have already gained experience in a comparable position with a focus on data and information management, governance and compliance.
  • You will be able to translate various technical requirements into viable solutions.
  • You will shape the structure of information governance with enthusiasm and target group-oriented communication.

Your boss

Working for the Canton of Lucerne means helping to shape the future - that of the canton, its residents and, not least, your own. More than 6,000 employees in 200 different professions contribute to the excellent quality of life in our canton every day. As a staff department,
the State Chancellery of the Canton of Lucerne supports the government and parliament and ensures coordination between the legislative and executive branches. The State Chancellery informs the public about the activities of the government and parliament.
The “a” in the job title stands for “all”. The canton of Lucerne stands for diversity and variety.

Your advantages

work environment

  • Mobile-flexible working (Work Smart)
  • Meaningful activities
  • Diverse, exciting and challenging activities
  • Distinctive design options
  • Agile environment
  • Collegial working atmosphere

Further training and development opportunities

  • Diverse internal training offerings
  • Support with external training and further education
  • Attractive career opportunities
  • Systematic succession planning
  • Training learners in over 20 different professions

Working hours and holidays

  • 42 hour weeks
  • Flexible working time models
  • Part-time work and mobile-flexible working are a given
  • At least 5 weeks vacation
  • 14 paid holidays
  • Compensation for additional hours up to a maximum of 4 weeks
  • Possibility of unpaid leave
  • Seniority gift in the form of vacation

Family and career

  • More than 50% of employees work part-time
  • Special social allowance of over 250 francs per month (depending on pensions)
  • Maternity leave: 16 weeks at 100% pay and entitlement to 6 months of unpaid leave
  • Family leave: 10 days at 100% pay and entitlement to 4 weeks of unpaid leave
  • Childcare contributions for preschool children

Salary and social benefits

  • Market-based wage with 13th month salary
  • Fundamentally solid and financially sound pension fund
  • Better protection in the 2nd pillar for part-time work
  • 100% continued payment of wages in the event of illness or accident for a maximum of 730 days

Additional services

  • Free use of Nextbike
  • Numerous discounts and perks

Your place of work

Bahnhofstrasse 15, 6002 Lucerne

Your contact

Irene Saieva
Organization and IT Manager
+41 41 228 50 79
https://www.lu.ch/verwaltung/staatskanzlei