Data Architect

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SQL Power is looking for experienced, capable Data Architects to join our growing team.

Qualifications:

  • University degree in Computer Science or a related field
  • 7+ years experience as a Data Architect/Modeler
  • 5+ years experience in a business intelligence/data warehousing environment
  • 5+ years experience gathering data requirements and designing data models for Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing environments
  • Extensive experience designing and implementing complex logical and physical relational and dimensional models
  • Extensive experience in source system data analysis
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with both technical and non-technical staff
  • Sound knowledge of leading edge business intelligence design techniques

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with business analysts to gather business, data and reporting requirements and translate business needs into logical data structures
  • Develop and maintain business intelligence logical and physical data models
  • Deliver the logical data model and first-cut physical data model for the project, ensuring they conform to standards
  • Control data model changes through active involvement throughout the project lifecycle, as well as reviewing and approving data designs
  • Prepare data mappings between source system data and logical data model
  • Prepare detailed system design documents, data model library and any other supporting documentation
  • Resolve data and data model issues with business clients and other teams
  • Work collaboratively with project team members and other data architects to ensure all data capture requirements are met
  • Support metadata management, data stewardship, data quality management
  • Provide data model and data analysis knowledge transfer as required
  • Work with the DBAs to ensure optimum data performance

 

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