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Data Architect - Gaming

Job Title: Data Architect - Gaming
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £600 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 months
REF: MS-DA-TVL-GAM_1410168554
Contact Name: Marcus Seoane
Contact Email: marcuss@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a large Gaming organisation based in london to source an experienced Data Architect.

Our client is looking for a Data Architect to join a large team to implement the enterprise data strategy across various business areas. You will need to be able to work closely with both the business and the technical teams to understand current data processes and then to implement change where necessary. It is important that the successful candidate has a strong technical data focused background but can also work at a more strategic level and engage well with the business

Key Skills - Data Modelling, Business Engagement, SGL, Data Architect, Lead Data Architect, Data Mapping.

If you feel you have the experience required for this role please apply now.

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