Senior Data Warehouse Consultant
- 3-6-month contract
- $1000 - $1200/pd + GST
- Scope/Implementing cloud based solutions
We are looking to hire an experienced Senior Data Warehouse Subject Matter Expert for one of our premier clients. This role plays an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team to ensure that goals and objectives of new business development requests are accomplished within prescribed time frames. The incumbent must consistently aim to deliver quality services and/or solutions that meet business requirements and ensure that goals are accomplished in line with business objectives.
Blueprint's looking to consolidate and migrate 4 different servers to the cloud. We'd need someone who can help with the architecture, data cleansing, migration and to equip the organisation to manage it on an ongoing basis.
- Minimum of 10+ years commercial experience as a Data Warehouse Specialist
- Consultative background - must make recommendations on cloud based solutions (AWS or Azure)
- Experience with Cloud based solutions (AWS, Azure etc)
- Proven experience in scoping work and influencing C-level stakeholders
- Strong experience in Architecture, Data cleansing and migration
- Experience with Power BI
- Strong documentation experience
- Strong stakeholder/vendor management experience
- Excellent interpersonal skills - written and oral
- Can start a new contract in May 2017
If you are looking for your next contract opportunity then act fast as this opportunity will not be available for long.
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Contact Name: Doug Hitos
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