Data Management Consultant (ETL)

£550 | London | Contract
Posted 22 days ago

Data Management Consultant

London

Are you a Data Architect/Manager that has hands-on experience in database management and ETL builds?

Our client, a multi-national organisation is seeking a skilled individual that is passionate about what they do with the following key responsibilities:

* Develop and maintain the Business Glossary
* Make sure ETL design captures metadata
* Establish relationships with business units and help organise other necessary services.
* Ensure data linage is captured and manage KPI's

Essential Skills

* Deep understanding of a data management framework like DMBOK, DMMI or DCAM
* Strong project management ability
* The ability to use at least one ETL tool (Informatica or Power Center)
* Experience of Ralph Inmon methodology and DW concepts

Desirable Skills

* Qualification one of the architectural frameworks (Togaf/Zachman)
* Certification in Oracle
* Good understanding of a BI reporting tool

If you fit the above skill set and are interested in this role, please forward over a copy of your CV for immediate consideration.

For more information about this role, please contact:

Dan Harrison

dan.harrison@interquestgroup.com
01892 553 216

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