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Data Architect

Job Title: Data Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England,
Salary: £70000 - £85000 per annum + Bonus + pension
Start Date: ASAP
Contact Name: Colman Lincoln
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Data Architect / Enterprise Information Model / Data Models / SAP / B2B / Midlands

Montash have been engaged by an industry leading provider who are seeking a Data Architect to join their growing Architecture practice, the successful candidate will have extensive experience in designing Data Models and be able to engage and influence senior stakeholders across the business and IT.

Key Responsibilities;

  • Define the logical data Structure for Data Domain
  • Deliver data models, data dictionary content and/or other logical object structure
  • Reporting directly into the Head of Solution Architecture with clear progression structure

Key skills;

  • Extensive experience with Data Architecture at a Solution Architect level
  • Extensive Stakeholder engagement
  • Exposure to SAP BW/BI would be advantageous
  • High level documentation experience
  • TOGAF is advantageous

If this opportunity is of interest to you or for a talk around the market in general don't hesitate to contact Colman Lincoln on 020 70140 230,

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