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Enterprise Architect- Big Data

Posted 2 February by Henderson Scott Ended

My client provides consulting, managed services, projects, outsourcing, and cloud-based solutions to mid-sized and large enterprises in all major industries around the world. With a turnover reaching $15billion and over 150,000 employees they Enterprise Data Architect to join their fast growing team.

To be considered you will have a strong technical background having worked within the Telecoms, Media, Insurance and or Public sectors.

The Opportunity

o As an Enterprise Data Architect, you will be integral to the delivery of client projects and the overall development of our growing practice

o Working as part of consultancy projects within our high-performing, collaborative teams

o Present data solutions and influence key stakeholders in our client groups

o Assist our clients to drive towards strategic architecture goals and objectives by enhancing the coherence, quality, security and availability of organisation’s data assets, by developing their architecture roadmap

The Person

o A deep understanding of key technical developments in your area of expertise and the ability to explain what they mean for our clients

o Able to lead the definition of information and data models, data governance structures and processes

o Experience of working in complex environments across multiple business and technology domains

o Experienced in "bridging the gap" between functional and non functional teams

o This role may involve a significant amount of travel within the UK and Europe, therefore, flexibility is required.

Keywords: Architect, consultant, pre-sales, presales, pre sales, enterprise architect, data, big data, data warehousing, data, technical consultant

Required skills

  • Architecture
  • Technology

Reference: 34380180

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