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Global Business Intelligence Architect - Insurance

Job Title: Global Business Intelligence Architect - Insurance
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Western Europe,Zurich
Industry:
Salary: £95726.28 - £111680.66 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: JS-CM-BINS2_62416
Contact Name: Colin McGill
Contact Email: colinm@montash.com
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Job Description

Global Enterprise Business Intelligence Architect

Montash are retained to search for an Enterprise Business Intelligence Architect to join a Global Insurance giant in their Group Architecture Practice. You will be responsible for driving and defining the group wide architecture strategy and driving the innovation footprint with the big data and analytics piece.

Responsibilities:

- Defining the conceptual and logical architecture across data, technical and application architecture

- Identify and analyse business drivers to derive business requirements

- Implement overall architecture approach for all parts of solution

- Ensure all architecture standards and procedures are enacted across projects and programs

- Review and provide input to all architecture proposals

Key Skills:

- Very strong abilities across Data Warehousing Architecture

- Devising Architecture strategy

- Analysis of business needs

- Experience leading the design and development of large and complex programmes

- Proactive Self-starter with drive to succeed

- Problem resolution

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