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Data Architect

  • Location:

    City of London

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  • Salary:

    £80000 - £100000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Ben Stallard

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  • Published:

    29 dagen geleden

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The Data Architect is responsible for the formation, design and implementation of data strategy and architecture. Key accountabilities include:

  • Design data architectures to support the implementation of core business systems, storage and processing of a variety of structured and unstructured data to satisfy analytics needs.
  • Fulfil the MI & Analytics needs of the organisation by designing appropriate information architectures in partnership with the Data Science and Management Information personnel.
  • Create data models for conceptual, logical and physical database designs
  • Integrate external datasets into the technology landscape using modern cloud-based tooling
  • Manage data quality, metadata and reference data by working with data governance teams
  • Work with internal technology engineering teams and external third-party technology partners to implement and maintain the strategic data platforms.

Experience required:

  • Experience of working in a data architecture or similar data-oriented role responsible for defining data needs, designing data models, structures and documenting data flows.
  • Practical experience of utilizing and designing Data Warehouse and Data Lake solutions to store and process a variety of structured and unstructured data
  • Solid experience of data integration and mapping experience
  • Advance knowledge of database query languages, e.g. SQL
  • Experience of data mapping API and Web services (XML / JSON) data models
  • Excellent knowledge of MI/BI platforms
  • Solid understanding of conceptual, logical and physical data model design
  • Strong relationship management skills across a variety of stakeholders and functions.

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