Data Ops Manager

750000kr - 850000kr per annum



750,000 - 850,000 NOK PER ANNUM

This is a great opportunity for an experienced data professional looking for their next career move!


The company is one of the Nordic and Baltic region's biggest automotive importer and financing companies. Their core business is the import, sale, and service of some of the biggest brands within the automotive industry in Northern Europe. The company has experienced some serious growth over the last decade and pride themselves on having over 4,000 employees and over 750,000 customers who are served by a total of 70 dealers in five countries.


As Data Ops Manager you will play a key role in leading the way for establishing, expanding, and managing data ops methodologies and a cross functional Centre of Excellence for data management. You will facilitate and lead the execution of planning, innovation, and implementation of improvements for data management, including meta data, data governance, data quality, master data, and data architecture.

  • Look at business processes to increase understanding of business needs
  • Ensure that data is easily accessible and easy to find in the data lake
  • Work closely with the Head of Data Management to set the data strategy based on new business needs
  • Develop data pipeline enhancements to free up resources for more strategic tasks
  • Perform analysis to uncover new business opportunities and facilitate further growth


This role is suitable for a candidate who has a genuine interest in data and analytics and enjoys engaging colleagues and stakeholders in these topics. You are keen on staying up to date with the latest trends in data management and enjoy sharing insights with your team members.

  • Previous experience working as a project manager or consultant in the data and analytics field that shows you can translate business languages into IT languages and vice versa
  • Previous experience in building, streamlining, or managing data streams (e.g., API or ETL/ELT) in different architectural contexts
  • Experience with Data Lakes, Cloud, Azure, or Data Management tools such as Informatica or Collibra is an advantage
  • Familiarity with data management frameworks such as DMBoK and architectural frameworks such as TOGAF is an advantage
  • Fluent in Norwegian and English


  • A management role while working closely with executives within the company
  • Realistic career progression within the company
  • Work with some of the leading brands within the automotive industry in Northern Europe
  • Pleasant and informal working environment


Please register your interest by sending your CV to Amanda Snellman via the Apply link on this page.


DataOps / Data Management / Data Lakes / Azure / Cloud / Informatica / Collibra / SQL / Data Governance / Data Quality

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