- Initial 12 month contract
- Melbourne CBD location
- ASAP start
Seeking a Data Architect on a large complex project to deliver the Data Migration Architecture solutions and artefacts. 12 month contract CBD location
As a Data Migration Architect working within a major Australian organisation, you will be involved in delivery of the Data Migration Architecture solutions and artefacts.
Duration: Initial 12 month contract
Specific tasks and deliverables:
- Collaborate with analysts and users of data to ensure there is a clear understanding of the business requirements;
- Carry out high level analysis and design of all components required to provide a data solution;
- Manage multiple data extracts for pre-go live and go live data sets
- Work with the SME team and IT Team to deliver the data migration
- Consider Process mapping and alignment to new technology and what that means for Data Migration.
- Work with Data teams, users, architects and analysts to define the data requirements and data structure for a given domain.
- Lead the development of current and future state data requirements for a given domain.
- Develop recommendations on the optimal way to handle and assess data sources and database schemas ensuring data integrity and adherence to enterprise data and information standards.
- Design and maintain the data architecture and supporting capabilities for the assigned domain including the development of conceptual and logical data models.
- Ensure the designed data architecture aligns to Enterprise data standards and practices.
- Maintain a complete and version controlled set of documentation that underpin the data solution.
- Contribute to the architectural practice within the data domain.
- Demonstrated experience in Data Migration within an application configuration environment, preference is 5+ years overall, with 2 years' experience in an Agile delivery and execution environment
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Well-developed documentation skills for writing clear concise business requirements
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience in working across multiple applications/solutions and streams of work
- Excellent Excel skills
- SQL queries and database skills advantageous
- Ability to work at technical level right up to C Level executives across both Business and IT
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Ferid Klancevic on 03 86804206. Please quote our job reference number: 200168217.
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