Oracle Architect with strong data warehouse design and development experience required in Marlow, Bucks.
Marlow, Buckinghamshire UK
£450 - £500 per day
Your new company
Hays are currently recruiting for an Oracle Architect for a local client in Marlow; a leading organisation who are undertaking a large scale project to define and develop their sales contact system (i.e. their CRM). They have invested heavily into Oracle technology and now need create a decision support system (DSS) to help them maximise and identify sales opportunities from their current dataset. As such, they are looking to appoint an experienced Data Architect with strong data warehouse design and Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) / Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) experience.
Your new role
You will craft and govern an Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) system to analyse accumulative information e.g. the total sales in a particular region within a given period of time. It will be critical that you understand their immediate commercial needs as you engage with senior business stakeholders to help them understand what data analytical techniques are available to them, and subsequently the benefit of implementing these techniques.
You will need to extract, load and transform the date into their Data Warehouse, so excellent ODI/OWB experience is essential.
What you'll need to succeed
Excellent data architecture and design experience with strong ODI experience will lead to your success. You will have good experience in data governance & data discovery and a solid understanding of physical and logical Schema designs to drive scalability and performance requirements. You will be commercially savvy and recognise the nuances within a sales focussed business, understanding how to drive sales performance with the use of good data insight and analysis. The client would like applicants to have exposure with the latest Oracle version (12c).
What you need to do now
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