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Domain Architect Business Intelligence

Job Title: Domain Architect Business Intelligence
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
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Salary: Negotiable
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Contact Name: Elloise Charles
Contact Email: elloisec@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

An exciting opportunity exists within a world leading supply chain management services organisation. This empowering role requires a Domain Architect to be positioned between the Business and IT and to design and document IT Solutions within the Business Intelligence domain.

Key Responsibilities:

  • This person will be responsible for overseeing the BI stack, driving new solutions and expanding the BI capability as part of a future business portfolio.
  • This person will be responsible for being the principle point of contact for BI for the IT organisation globally.

Key Requirements:

  • Ensure that the design and implementation is aligned to the Enterprise Architecture guidelines, standards and best practice.
  • Ensure that the end to end IT Solution Architecture is documented and reusable for existing implementations.
  • Drive optimal usage of existing BI packs for customers and internal users.
  • 10+ years of IT experience, preferably with an international remit.
  • Experience of being an intermediary between the Business and IT.
  • Be able to manage stakeholder expectations.
  • Experience in Microstrategy 9 or 10 or similar BI Solutions.

This position is based in Amsterdam and will offer a fantastic package for the right individual, if this is something of interest, please email me on elloisec@montash.com or call (0044) 0207 014 0230 for a discrete conversation to discuss this position further.

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