Data Solutions Architect

Ref No. EMP457046
Salary £550 - £675/day
Location Worthing, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6 months)
Job Status Now Interviewing

Introduction

Data Solutions Architect is required for a 6 month contract (potential to extend) based in West Sussex. (Remote working initially)

Important

Data Solutions Architecture experience

The Job

Data Solutions Architect is required for a 6 month contract (potential to extend) based in West Sussex. (Remote working initially)

Working for a leading Utilities organisation, you will be involved in a number of data projects as part of a larger IT Transformation Programme. You will lead the data team from an architectural point of view and report back to senior management with progress and solutions.

You will be involved with the day to day transactional data which will involve data management and support of real time systems. You will provide data quality and discovery solutions on data migration projects with Oracle and SQL Server as the two primary platforms for operational systems.

Experience required:

* Experience in application integration using services-oriented and/or middleware approaches

* Experience in database technologies (e.g. Oracle, DB2, SQL Server)

* Experience with working with external 3rd party product providers

* Experience in deployment of applications into hosted / data centre environments and associated configuration of application and infrastructure

* Any experience of WhereScape or Erwin are useful but not essential.

This position is to start ASAP and will pay between £575 - £675 per day ltd/umbrella (outside of IR35) depending on your level of experience.

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