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BI Solution Architect

Job Title: BI Solution Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England,
Industry:
Salary: £80000 per annum + Benefits
REF: TDWSA
Contact Name: Scott Miller
Contact Email: scottm@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

BI / Business Intelligence/ Architect / Data Warehouse / DW /

An exciting opening has arisen with a market leader in Data & Analytics platforms/solutions.

As a senior consultant this is an excellent opportunity to work with industry leading organisations and develop your career as part of a multi-billion dollar global organisation that is at the forefront of it sector.

As Solution Architect you would be a critical member of a growing team making this a great opportunity to make a significant contribution to the long term architecture and success of key client accounts.

You will have wide experience of Data Warehousing and Big Data Analytics generally with experience in pre-sales also.

Key Responsibilities

  • Participating in the development and execution of winning sales strategies. Working with sales teams to generate new profitable business.Work within sales teams to generate new profitable business.
  • Identifying, establishing, and managing Proof of Concept (POC), Proof of Value and/or Benchmark engagements, in the customer environment.
  • Gather and document client requirements and translate these into process and system architecture designs.
  • Understand the client's business goals, IT plans and architecture and articulate linkage to the proposed data warehouse architecture and application designs.
  • Define an enterprise blueprint and time-phased roadmap for enabling the business to realise their vision.
  • Be a trusted advisor to the client's decision makers by establishing credibility and expertise in data warehouse technology, CRM, or other areas related to solution offerings.
  • Work with project managers to scope projects and develop statements of work, project plans, and risk analysis.
  • Provide technical thought leadership and actively participate in the application design, implementation, and roll-out efforts

Experience/Skills Requirements

  • Broad technical expertise combined with business acumen and strong consulting skills.
  • Technical knowledge and in depth experience with building Data Warehouses, Data Marts, big data analytics, applications, enterprise architectures, solutions, and technologies
  • Operational knowledge of third party DI, BI, Visualisation and Analytical tools (e.g. Informatica, DataStage, Cognos, Tableau, SAS, R, etc.)
  • Understanding of the Reference Information Architecture - including all aspects of the Unified Data Architecture
  • Ability to translate business needs into Enterprise Architecture requirements.
  • Strong client interaction, communication, and consulting skills. Ability to balance the long-term ("big picture") and short-term implications of individual decisions.

If this excellent opportunity is of interest then please get in touch. Call Scott Miller on +44 (0)2070140230 or email Scottm@montash.com

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