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BI Engineering & Architecture Lead

Job Title: BI Engineering & Architecture Lead
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary: £55000 - £60000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J5658
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Montash are offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced BI leader to head up a new BI Architecture and Engineering team. We are looking for someone experienced in the design and delivery of complex BI solutions, who will manage a team of BI Information Architects and Engineers based in Cheshire and Cambridge.

Key Accountabilities:-

  • Lead the BI Engineering and Architecture team, providing line management, recruitment, training, coaching and technical leadership.
  • Maintain an on-going professional development in BI tools, competitive / business intelligence techniques, master data management, information management and architecture, and vendor developments.

Key Skills and Experience:-

  • Substantial BI Architecture/Engineering experience
  • Knowledge of MDM, data warehousing, ETL technologies and BI reporting technologies
  • Experience of BI Information Modelling, Conceptual and Logical.
  • Knowledge of Financial Transactional, Planning and Reporting processes along with key milestones and decision points of the business cycle
  • Experience of leading technical BI teams in the delivery of an integrated BI portfolio.
  • Experience of working with business and technical leaders in developing and implementing BI strategy
  • Experience of working with on and off shore suppliers in portfolio delivery.
  • Proven experience of leading change, using different approaches and methodologies
    Ability to interpret and communicate technical information into business language

The role is paying circa £60k with excellent benefits.

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