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Senior Big Data Consultant

Job Title: Senior Big Data Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England,
Industry:
Salary: £70000 - £85000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: JS-CM-BD
Contact Name: Colin McGill
Contact Email: colinm@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

BIG DATA CONSULTANT

As a Big Data Consultant you will be involved in the design and delivery of complex business solutions for a major Consulting company.

  • Ensuring that all projects are delivered to the defined schedule agreed with the client and/or Project or Programme Manager
  • Understanding, analysing and shaping business requirements and extracting those of critical importance for delivering business benefit.
  • Supporting the client project team - ensuring they are able to realise the solution through a combination of direct involvement , mentoring and intervention where necessary
  • Optimising total cost of ownership by identifying and championing opportunities for synergy and agile solution designs
  • Acting as a 'trusted lead ' for the technical arena within a programme alongside client and colleagues

To be considered for this role you will be able to demonstrate a solid track record in delivering successful Big Data & Analytics solutions within a consulting environment including:

  • Strong evidence of having taken a lead role in successful growth /pre-sales and Implementation of a broad range of Information Management solutions.
  • Experience of vendor technology stacks and subsequent delivery of market leading BI / Big Data Analytics tools and solutions such as Oracle Hyperion ,OBIEE and Exadata , SAP Business Objects and Hana , IBM Cognos and Netezza, SAS, Microsoft , Informatica, Teradata Hadoop etc.
  • Ability work with enterprise solution architects and Data Base Administrators (DBAs) to build effective and high performance data architectures
  • Significant experience with designing and developing Enterprise / Business Intelligence reference and data/information architectures for both real-time and batch input environments.
  • Comprehensive understanding of Data Governance, Business Analytics, Master Data Management ( preferably multi vendor ) , and Data Quality
  • Excellent project management and planning skills ideally with formal experience of PRINCE 2 SSADM, or another recognised structured approach to development.
  • Cross industry exposure, ideally with implementation experience from within both Public and Private sectors.
  • Highly developed business analysis and requirements gathering expertise, as evidence by management of successful client workshops
  • Ideally knowledge of both structure and unstructured data / information and associated solutions
  • Excellent customer engagement skills with the ability to communicate effectively with a broad range of stakeholders.

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