Location : Brazil, remote
Contract Length : 12 months +
Data Meaning is a Business Intelligence consulting company. We provide top consulting services to companies throughout the US and LATAM, generating flexible solutions for our clients in the areas of Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Project Management.
We are an Alteryx Premier partner and a Tableau Preferred partner.
Data Meaning is seeking an MDM Architect to provide high-level strategic support to our clients in the US.
The ideal candidate will have strong ETL experience, ability to work with cross-functional teams, flexible schedule, and professional English skills.
Job Description :
Assist with MDM strategy development, process design, high-level MDM architecture requirements, and implementation
Champion MDM and Data Quality practices throughout the enterprise by building / maintaining relationships with stakeholders
Define and fine-tune core processes for MDM and establish metrics that will enable the adoption of better master data practices
Design, build, debug, and deploy MDM solutions including templates and Golden Records
Develop the user interfaces to MDM data model that provide the level of visualization needed to support the data administration requirements
Assist, with the design and definition of ontologies, canonical models and class libraries to identify and fill knowledge gaps
Required Skills :
5+ years of experience with an MDM platform including setup, development, maintenance and support.
Well versed in building Proof of Concept to demonstrate Business Solutions using MDM and latest technology stack in market.
Experience with ETL platforms such as Informatica, Talend, SAP, and / or TIBCO.
Excellent Client interaction skills - ability to engage with the client in technical discussions at every stage of project.
Professional-level English skills, both speaking and writing
Provide technical training to external team members to foster stronger cross-departmental relations.
Ability to work on several projects simultaneously and under challenging timelines.
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