My client, a Data consultancy based in cental London are currently in the market for a Cloud Data Architect to help design end-to-end solutions for Advanced Analytics and Data Science platforms.
Job Role:Design and develop cloud-based data management solutionsProcess data from multiple sources and systems into data platformsCreate and manage data environments in the CloudUnderstand security principles to ensure compliant handling and management of dataWork alongside insights and analytical team to fully understand data requirementsProvide leadership to members of the data team.
Experience required:Technically astute with legacy big data technologies such as Teradata, Netezza or HadoopHighly experienced on with cloud data management technologies such as Snowflake or AzureExperience managing teams of both onshore and offshore developersA good understanding with architecture design patterns guiding operational management and development best practices.
Technical Skillset:Highly proficient with the full Azure stackWell versed migration from on-premises data warehouse to cloud solutions (Snowflake)Strong understanding of data governance principles including, but not limited to Master Data Management, Data Lineage and Data SecurityETL/ELTStrong development backgroung in two of the following languages etc. SQL, Python, Java, Scala, C#, RData Warehousing experience, building operational ETL/ELT data pipelines across a number of sources. Strong Solutions architecture experience
The client is paying up to 100k for the right candidate. If this role is of any interest, please apply for the role and I will be in touch.
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